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  • Location: Oklahoma City, OK

About Baptist Medical Dental Fellowship:

We are Christian healthcare professionals, medical and dental residents, and students intentional about sharing the Gospel through healthcare missions.

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  • Location: Richardson, TX

About The Heights Church Demo Org:

This page is used as an example for churches to see how they can fully utilize FaithVillage. This area is designed for your mission statement: At The Heights, we strive to intentionally follow Jesus Christ as we worship, grow, serve and share.


Intentionality provides weekly reflections on what it practically looks like to take Jesus seriously at home, at work and in the wider world.

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  My friend Ngina Otiende is guest posting today about intentional living. Ngina is a writer, avid reader and recovering »
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We live in a culture where we don’t always speak intentionally.  We don’s always say what we mean and mean what we say. We say things that we think others want us to say.  We beat around the bush. We don’t always say what we are truly feeling and if we do we can do so in a very mean way. Speaking intentionally is a gift. It allows us to take responsibility to communicate who we are to others. It is also a skill. We need to learn how»
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“God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” -1 Peter 5:5 As we pursue the intentional life, it’s tempting to allow our pride to swell. “I’m in pursuit of the adventurous, abundant life. Most everyone around me is content sitting on the couch, watching TV, and living the mundane life. I must be something pretty special.” Add in a little success with a dash of notoriety, and it’s easy to lose sight of the reason we»
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One Word for 2011---that was it--- just one word. Remember mine? Intentional. How did that go for me? Well, as I mentioned in my mid-year check-in, Intentional - Part Deux, my intentionality did not get lived out as I had intended for it to, however, I definitely was intentional throughout 2011---all the way up to the very end. Another thing happened throughout the year that I noticed as well.  It really stared me in the face around Chr»
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This time of year brings a lot of talk about family traditions. Our family has traditions I love (like enjoying dinner at a new restaurant with my husband’s parents instead of exchanging gifts) and loathe (that I can not mention here for fear of reprimanding). The traditions I look forward to most have deepened my relationships and changed my perspective. They bring a little predictable rhythm to my often un-predictable life. Over the years I h»
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All throughout the Word of God we are taught on the importance of teaching our children the not only what the Word says, but showing them how to live it and how to spot things contrary to that Word. Somewhere deep inside I’ve always known this, but over the course of the last six months it has become increasingly forefront in my spirit. Yesterday, however, it slapped me square in the face and twisted my soul in knots! I have always been a knowl»