Article 9.27.15

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During last week’s Life On Mission study, I was challenged to view the church as “an expanded family.” Of course, I have heard similar terminology throughout the years, but for some reason, this particular use of “family” language spoke to me. Perhaps I identified...

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Article 9.23.15

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Life On Mission. Everyday, Christ followers are called to embrace His mission and declare His good news. No one is exempt from the task; no one is excused from the responsibility. There are no “second-class” citizens of God’s kingdom. Moreover, there are no hired professionals...

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Article 9.16.15

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What an awesome Sunday we experienced this past week as we worshipped and fellowshipped together! During the morning services, we welcomed back some of our folks who had been out for a while as well as some of our college students who are just beginning classes. The energy and excitement of the...

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Article 9.9.15

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This past Saturday night, I stepped on the field at Joe Aillet Stadium to offer a prayer before the Bulldogs kicked off their home opener against Southern. The task seemed simple enough. After all, prayer is just a conversation with God, and I have some practice at that. Sure, it was ironic that...

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Article 9.2.15

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Last week, God gave me the opportunity to reflect upon some of the wonderful ministry partnerships we have—especially those in Nicaragua. Our medical team made its eighth trip to that country in a continued effort of physical and spiritual ministry. Collectively, the team saw over 1500...

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Article 8.26.15

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The English poet, John Donne, penned a famous phrase: “No man is an island.” And how true that is! None of us live totally independent lives; instead, we see how clearly connected we are to others. Our actions directly affect the lives of others around us. This is especially evident...

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Article 8.12.15

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We often speak of our missionary efforts, and we give thanks for the privilege we have to touch the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ. From South California to South Asia, we see His message being proclaimed. But I want to remind you that all of us are missionaries right where we are. We...

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Article 8.5.15

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It is hard to believe that our summer is quickly coming to an end—especially since the oppressive heat remains! Yet August is here, and soon, students and teachers will be returning to school. In my perspective, this summer has been a memorable season of ministry and mission. In virtually...

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Article 7.29.15

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Worship is an intensely personal, transformative experience in Jesus Christ. Indeed, authentic worship flows directly from the heart and into our relationship with the Lord. Love and gratitude mark our response to an awesome, gracious God, and although we use different forms to express this...

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Article 7.22.15

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Over the past few Sunday mornings, we have traced the narrative of the patriarchal family while noting both their achievements and failures. Like our families, Abraham’s kin experienced great moments of joy and difficult times of heartache. And yet, through all of the various emotions, God...

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