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We Will Rescue | Matt Wheeler
"We Will Rescue" from Matt Wheeler's new album 'We Will Rescue.' Find out more at http://mattwheelermusic.com.»
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This week we will be looking at the next 3 parts of Session 4 , Exodus and Redemption, God’s Covenant with Moses, and Sacrifice and Atonement. Adding to the agony of slavery, Pharaoh commanded that all male Hebrew babies were to be drowned in the Nile River. It is at this seemingly hopeless time that we meet Moses. By his mother’s cunning and God’s provision, Moses survived this slaughter. At this vulnerable moment at the beginning of his l»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
“Then your light will break out like the dawn,     and you will be healed quickly.” It’s a dark, sick and broken world we live in.  You don’t have to look very hard to see how bad it is. War.  Famine.  Rape. Abuse. Broken families.  Broken hearts. HIV/AIDS.  Malaria.  Cancer. We all experience it in one way or another but there is hope. Oh Great Light in whom there is no darkness, break into this night and shine like the dawn. *»
Blog Entry | Outreach >
God put it on our hearts to bless another ministry by raising some funds as an offering and to make people aware of what they do.»
Blog Entry | Books >
Mary Connealy encourages readers to get Fired Up about upcoming webcastAuthor to host a live web event on October 8 in celebration of her latest releaseBest-selling author Mary Connealy will be hosting a webcast on October 8 at 8:00 PM EDT, where she will be introducing readers to her latest release, Fired Up (Bethany House Publishers / September 15, 2013 / ISBN 978-07642-0915-4 / $14.99). Described as a rollicking Wild West adventure and romance»
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No matter what happens to us in life, we always have choices. Always. Sometimes we don’t like hearing that. Why? Because it makes us responsible, requires us to be accountable, and often, it’s much easier to just blame someone or something else than it is to admit that somewhere along the way we made a wrong decision. Some people may think this is harsh, and they should—it is. But more often than not the truth isn’t soft and pretty and re»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Photo by chezzzers I am joining several high school students in reading through a gospel (or multiple) as we are spiritually preparing to take our lives on mission to the Czech Republic this summer. I’m probably behind the rest of the group, and thus found myself in Luke 2:8-21 this morning. It reads: “And in the same region there were shepherds out in the field, keeping watch over their flock by night. And an angel of the Lord appeared to th»
Blog Entry | Health >
As you all know by now, the small community of West, TX, located 20 miles north of Waco, experienced a horrible tragedy last night after a massive fertilizer plant explosion. According to the latest news, the casualties could be anywhere between 5-15 people with more than 160 injured. Hospitals in North Texas are receiving some of these patients and our own Baylor Waxahachie received three people who sustained injuries. Firefighters, EMS personne»
Blog Entry | Technology >
Launching a new website can be fun and exciting, filled with wild expectations of a flourishing church ministry. Then reality hits you when church attendance remains the same, and website traffic numbers are floundering. Here I will offer suggestions on how to maintain hope and deal with the obstacles of growing your church’s Internet presence. In a message I listened to from North Point Community Church, they talked about keeping hope that Go»
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He called last night and we talked for a while. I really didn’t think it would hurt—talking to him—we haven’t seen each other in forever. “I don’t have feelings for him anymore,” I thought, “One conversation won’t matter.” But I woke this morning to find I was wrong. It did matter. His voice is now stuck in my head, his words swirl in dark corners, his ideas make sense. And I wonder why I felt I had to answer, why I talked to»