Monthly Archives: January 2014

5 Ways to Pray for Your Community

Blog entry by:  Dan Darling  (http://www.danieldarling.com) 1) Pray for the Holy Spirit to convict the hearts of men of their need for Christ.  In our community, something like 85% of people are unchurched. That means they don’t attend a Bible-believing … Continue reading

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It is a process

It seems that for many people, coming to Christ is a process. They hear the gospel several times before responding. Or they may have spent several months or years thinking about God. There are only a few times in my … Continue reading

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What do you collect?

GUEST BLOG: Rob Brannon During my ministry years of “globe-trotting” around the Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East, I was invited by a long-time friend and supporter to visit his large architectural firm. His firm was located in the southeastern … Continue reading

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GROWING YOUR OWN

There is nothing like eating tomatoes out of your own garden.  “Store-bought” doesn’t come close.  Yours actually tastes better.  And there is the sense of fulfillment of having grown it yourself.  The long process of  planting, nurturing, fertilizing, supporting on … Continue reading

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