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Opportunity to proclaim His Glory (video)

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Last Sunday Joe and I were blessed with the opportunity to do one of our favorite things: share our passion for the Glory of God and Missions at a local church. God is doing amazing things in and through us right now for His glory and proclamation. God has given us a passion, based on…

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Anger by Gary Chapman – book recommendation

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Everyone experiences anger. Anger in itself is not wrong; it is not a sin. What we do with our anger and how we process it is the key to healthy hearts and healthy relationships. If processed wrongly, it can be sinful. Gary Chapman offers great incite from the Bible on determining the type of anger and practical steps to handle it in a Godly, mature way.

Ellie’s Message

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Our missions calling is not exclusive to me and Joe but it extends to our children. We want to be a family that serves the Lord together. Even the littlest among us have a role to play in the Church and in the Great Commission. Ellie, who is only 4 years old, can’t wait to…

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4 Lessons from my first week of Prayer Ministry

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Last week I committed myself to the ministry of prayer in a way I never have before. Don’t get me wrong – I’ve prayed before. A lot. Prayer is vital, essential, and top priority in my life and in our family. However, last week we began sending out support letters to all of our family,…

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What’s My Role in Global Missions? A Biblical Foundation

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  “Who is responsible for global missions? Even though most Christians will never move overseas, the Bible enlists every Christian and every local church in the grand project of global missions. The local church is the engine of world missions.”   In November I met with the Missions Pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church. He was…

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#GivingTuesday

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Giving Tuesday I don’t know about you but I have been bombarded by major non-profit organizations vying for my donations. Red Cross. YMCA. American Cancer Society. I have even seen a few mission organizations campaigning for these coveted donations (oops, maybe wrong adjective). I have not seen a single missionary yet doing their own #GivingTuesday…

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What Will You Do? :: First Term Vision and Plan

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Missions is often understood in the form of short-term service-oriented projects, such as medical missions or disaster relief or building projects. Being church planting missionaries to a first-world country, it can be challenging to explain exactly what we will do. What does daily life and ministry look like for a church planter or missionary in…

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Following Jesus: What Is The Cost?

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  We arrived safely in France an hour early Thursday morning after flying 8 hours and hit the ground running. We had several hours before we could check-in to the hotel for the night. We road the RER{train} to Paris, found our way to the hotel to drop off our luggage, and proceeded to have…

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Pastoral Calling

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  Joe: I remember as a child always being drawn towards the “outsiders”, the oldest or the youngest kids in school, or others who for whatever reason didn’t seem to fit in as well with the rest. I would approach them, listen to their stories, and try to encourage them in whatever ways I could.…

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Missions in Motion

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We have the honor of being missions feature in our church’s monthly newsletter, Chapel Chat. Here is a copy for those of you who aren’t a member of TCC or don’t get the monthly Chapel Chat. “MISSIONS IN MOTION Last month’s article mentioned two couples affiliated with our church who are preparing for the mission…

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