When Jesus left the earth, He made it pretty clear what His intentions were for His followers and the church. “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you” … Continue reading America: The American Church
America: The Gospel vs. The American Dream
Every year around the 4th of July, Americans declare their patriotism, love, and support for “the greatest country in the world.” Because of the recent and ongoing strife in this country, from racism to pandemic, the narratives on social media varied last week as we celebrated the birth of this nation, but there were still … Continue reading America: The Gospel vs. The American Dream
America: Whose Country Do We Celebrate
Do you ever wonder what the Twitter accounts of historical figures would look like if they were alive today? How many followers would they have? Who would love them or hate them? Would they even be a Twitter user? I don’t mean the fake accounts that exist to post quotes from the past. I mean … Continue reading America: Whose Country Do We Celebrate
Why I Love Volunteer Missions Teams
In 2004 I discovered Jesus. I discovered that Jesus was everything I had been desiring; I discovered that He met my every need. That truth has not changed, I just have to often remind myself of His sufficiency. That same summer of 2004, I prayed for a team of students who were spreading the gospel … Continue reading Why I Love Volunteer Missions Teams
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