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Mission first, differences aside

Mission first, differences aside

Remember what our mission is Through faith and repentance in Christ, we each make a choice to join the Body of Christ. The Body of Christ has one common Kingdom mission and ministry: to love others as Christ has loved us, which includes proclaiming the Good News of...

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Don’t Be Too Easily Satisfied

Don’t Be Too Easily Satisfied

Where our comfort zone ends, the will of God begins We are creatures of comfort and habit. And since we love our suffering, testing and trial free zones, we are easily lulled into being content with the status quo of our religious traditions and habits. If we were to...

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God is With Us in the Struggle

God is With Us in the Struggle

Struggling to feel holly and jolly? As the song goes, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year...” Yet, for some of us it’s been hard to move into a space that reflects the reality of that sentiment. It may have been months since you last hugged your grandchildren,...

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Rest is Part of Your Discipleship

Rest is Part of Your Discipleship

Rest is part of your discipleship. One of the ways we actively imitate both the life and teachings of Jesus is by resting. Knowing the Father, becoming like the Son and participating in the work of the Spirit requires that you rest. What is rest to you? Take a minute...

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How to Disciple During a Pandemic

How to Disciple During a Pandemic

Jesus left you here to make disciples. Pandemic or no pandemic, as followers of Christ, we are called to one mission.  So, regardless of what the world throws our way, it must not interfere with our job (the Great Commission) to make disciples of all nations. But...

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A Powerful New Perspective on Unity

A Powerful New Perspective on Unity

Disunity is growing. Unity seems elusive today, even within the Body of Christ. Over and over Paul reminds us about the importance of unity in his letters and yet there is still a growing disunity among Christians. That could be due to a misunderstanding about what...

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