Why Missions Programs Matter
Oct 18 11:41 AM

Why Missions Programs Matter

Oct 18 11:41 AM
Oct 18 11:41 AM

This is the first of a two-part series focusing on missions; what scripture tells us about them and the effect of mission’s programs to create transformation in those who participate in missions themselves and those who are interacting with missionaries...

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Suffering Alone or Together?
Oct 11 11:56 AM

Suffering Alone or Together?

Oct 11 11:56 AM
Oct 11 11:56 AM

Suffering seems to be a theme in my life lately. Not just going through it, but also learning and hearing perspectives on it. A couple weekends ago I was able to attend the Biblical Response to Mental Health conference and, not surprisingly, suffering was a significant theme throughout each of the topics. Then, as I’ve been reading through “Peacemaking Women” for my own personal study/growth, the various types of suffering filled the pages in the first section. Even if you didn’t get to attend the conference or aren’t reading the book, just looking around you as you go about your day shows a simple truth: we’re suffering. It’s a strong word that covers a broad variety (included would be grief, loneliness, anxiety, depression, etc.), but it’s a definite theme in our lives.

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One Thing
Oct 3 5:01 PM

One Thing

Oct 3 5:01 PM
Oct 3 5:01 PM

Can we sit down and be real for a minute?  Great.  I’ll go first. Confession: I have road rage. And not just run-of-the-mill anger at bad drivers.  Oh no.  It’s far more unsettling than that. I’m angry at slow drivers for being in my way.  Or you know - just for being on the road AT ALL. I’m angry at fast drivers for risking the lives of everyone around them. I’m angry at the people driving the same speed as me because I can’t figure out how to pass them. Do you see this?  I’m mad at all the drivers on the road.  ALL of them...

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The Impact They Had
Sep 27 2:24 PM

The Impact They Had

Sep 27 2:24 PM
Sep 27 2:24 PM

During Women’s Bible study, at our first small group meeting of the year, our leader asked that we each share a little bit about ourselves. Oh boy….an ice breaker, everyone’s favorite. Ladies started with basic information about children, spouses, places they had lived, how long they’d attended this study and where they went to church. We quickly made connections of which states we’d lived in (Texas is well represented in our small group!), having the same number of children, etc. Then something special, something unplanned and holy-spirit led, happened: we started sharing our testimonies...

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Were we really connected?
Sep 20 10:40 AM

Were we really connected?

Sep 20 10:40 AM
Sep 20 10:40 AM

I bumped into him most Sundays after service ended. We shared thoughts about the sermon, poked fun at each other, talked about the weather, and marveled at how awesome our wives are. He wasn’t interested in football, so the Cowboys never came up in our conversations. After repeating this pattern for several months, I still didn’t know much more about him. We were still acquaintances. We attended church together; we worshiped together, but… were we really connected?

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