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Posted by Katie Carroll on

Pastor JJ is on his way up to Camp Barakel for a week to proclaim the glories of the gospel to a group of Junior High campers. Will you join us in praying that they have ears to hear God speak, eyes to see the glory of Jesus and hearts that would be transformed, and that Pastor JJ would be...

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Tags: barakel, pray, prayer

The Becca Prange Ministry CarePoint

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Posted by Brett Toney on

Yesterday morning we announced the launch of the Becca Prange Ministry CarePoint through the work of Christ’s Hope International. This ministry center will endeavor to provide for some of the basic necessities of children in Kenya as a context for sharing the hope of the gospel...

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The Priority and Motives of Consecration

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Posted by Mark Kakkuri on

This post is part of a series from the book Man of God by Octavius Winslow. “But first gave their own selves to the Lord.” 2 Corinthians 8:5 Oh, what a lovely spectacle it is to behold a young believer just emerging from the world and traveling to Calvary...

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Me, a World Racer?

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Posted by Becky Houston on

Like many others I spent countless hours in the months leading up to the World Race reading blogs, looking at pictures, and watching videos from the field. I eagerly awaited the time that I would openly proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ on a daily basis around the world, welcoming new...

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Motives to Self-Consecration to the Lord

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Posted by Mark Kakkuri on

This post is part of a series from the book Man of God by Octavius Winslow. “But first gave their own selves to the Lord.” –2 Corinthians 8:5 Oh, what a lovely spectacle it is to behold a young believer just emerging from the world and traveling to...

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Covenant With a Cost

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Posted by Brett Toney on

Today, 1,982 years ago, Jesus instituted an act of worship and fellowship for his Church to carry out. Luke records: And when the hour came, he reclined at table, and the apostles with him. And he said to them, “I have earnestly desired to eat this Passover with you before I suffer. For...

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Tags: good friday, lord's supper, new covenant

The Believer's Consecration to Christ

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Posted by Mark Kakkuri on

This post is part of a series from the book Man of God by Octavius Winslow. “But first gave their own selves to the Lord.” — 2 Corinthians 8:5 It is not only the design, but it is the effect of the gospel of Christ in the heart of man to diffuse...

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Reorienting Resurrection Realities

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Posted by Brett Toney on

As we prepare our hearts this week for the sorrow of Good Friday and victorious exuberance of Resurrection Sunday, it is good for us to see the connection of that sorrow and joy with our call to gospel-centered mission. Writing for The Gospel Coalition, Steven Lee hits the nail on the...

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Quiet = Happy

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Posted by Mark Kakkuri on

This post is part of a series from the book Man of God by Octavius Winslow. “He was oppressed, and He was afflicted, yet He opened not His mouth.” Isaiah 53:7 I would remind you, in concluding this chapter, that this quietness of spirit under all circumstances produces a...

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Tags: happy, peace, quiet, winslow

When Christ Shall Appear

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Posted by Brett Toney on

In his sermon “Christ Our Life—Soon to Appear,” Charles Spurgeon wonderfully captures the tension we feel in this life. We are new creatures in Christ, yet we still are bound. Do you ever feel like those lions in the Zoological Gardens, restlessly walking up and down before...

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Tags: captivity, freedom, longing, sin

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