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Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I realized today that Pinterest is the world’s largest site of “that-looks-great-but-I’ll-never-actually-do-it” ideas.  Seriously, who takes the time to turn bar soap into liquid soap?  And how many people who are pinning these exercise techniques are really using them? I went back and looked at some of my own Pinterest boards this morning and have to confess that I will never have a lighted stone pathway in my backyard.  Additionally,»
Article | Collegiate >
 
Story of three mission trips undertaken by DBU students during Spring Break 2014
Article | Money and Stewardship >
 
What vulture capitalism has to do with the gospel.
Blog Entry | Art >
For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them..Ephesians 2.10 Long before I surrendered my life to Christ, my heart was tender to the needs of others. My earliest memories include a desire to find a cure for leukemia {a lofty goal, I know - especially considering my less than stellar academic accomplishments} and the hope of traveling to Africa to care for sick and»
Blog Entry | Family >
by Amanda
Another week of pictures taken from my phone.  Looking for the magnificent in the mundane, the extraordinary in the ordinary, the magic in each and every day.  Some of my favorite moments with my favorite people.Some days, we feel the need to stay in our pajamas all day...and wear our bedroom slippers outside.  It happens.  We go with it.  {Note: We don't actually leave the house this way...I just felt like I needed to say that.}I love this»
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One of the major reasons churches connect with GenerousChurch is to find resources for a Generosity Campaign.  Sometimes these efforts are directed toward a small group of individuals and sometimes they are church-wide campaigns.  But, each time the goal is to unleash a wave of generous disciples within the church.  And the end result is often that the overall tide of giving in the church goes up (not simply a short term wave of increased givi»
Blog Entry | Family >
Over the Summer our family gathers together for a day long  family vision day where we spend the day  setting goals and brainstorming how we as a family will make a difference over the next year.   One of our 2012/2013 goals this year was to commit to a monthly service project – I am excited to share with you one of our Service projects we will be participating in this fall : The Home Depot Celebration Of Service project. Today, The Home De»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
I've known for a while there is a generation willing to make a difference in the world, but didn't know quite how powerful it could be.  We had two teams go out to the community here in Durango/Bayfield Colorado to help with Habitat for Humanity and a local Camp Ground who needed some help.  We encouraged the students to work hard, represent KIVU well, and see what happens.   I had the chance to process the event when it was over, and one gir»
Blog Entry | Higher Education >
Q1:         What part of your own seminary educationwas most formative for you?LM1:    It was a long time ago, but I have to divideit up to two parts: My M.Div. studies, which at that time was a B.D., was agreat ethical awakening for me.  I wentto Southwestern Seminary and it was heavily influenced by T.B. Masten and hisgeneration of teachers.  There was agreat commitment to the church being»
Blog Entry | Discipleship >
The mission we are called into is not one we can undertake alone. As we dig in to the The Right Tools and the Right Access series, we need to carefully consider that ours is not a solo assignment. We are in this together. We need access to each other. In addition to our access to the Holy Spirit, we also need to pay attention to our access to each other. The journey of discipleship is not one that we are meant to walk alone. In fact, we can’t»