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Court cases, marches, protests, books, movies, and much more reveal how racist the world and society in which we live can really be. But sadly there is another kind of racism that exists, one we do not hear much about: missionary racism. This article is not intended to slam anyone and definitely not to make...
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–Missionary Kyle Shreve Why did I choose Latin America? Or why did Latin America choose me? I think why I choose Latin America, or why anyone should consider it, comes down to a tension between two seemingly opposing truths, God’s calling versus human logic. The first truth is that I believe God called me. There...
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                                      Honest Frustrations of a New Missionary on the Field My wife and I have been on the mission field for many months and even though we sat in on several classes to prepare us for landing...
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Moving to a new area to plant a church can be a daunting experience. Where do you begin? Where do you meet? How do you get started? Those are all questions that we asked over the last year as we sought where to plant a new church in the city of London. If you are...
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In March of 2011, I traveled to Port Elizabeth, South Africa to lead mission teams to work with my cousins, missionaries Kevin and Corli Hall. God used that trip to bring my family to where we are now, full time missionaries to South Africa serving along side Kevin and Corli and my cousins Jeremy and...
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My last post on this subject was on the Christian Surface Idol: God’s Will. You can read my introductory thoughts there to get a better understanding of what the term surface idols mean. I am not trying to be shocking just for the sake of being shocking, however we find idolatry in America as we...
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Did you know that it is possible to have Twitter automatically update your Facebook page? It’s actually very simple. In fact, I haven’t manually updated my Facebook status in months. Taken from Michael Hyatt To get this process working, follow these six simple steps. It shouldn’t take you more than five minutes, max. These instructions...
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For our Dodge Hunger event I am running a Facebook ad. You can learn more about the lock in, dodge ball tourney, and food drive at  www.dodgehunger.com. So far, we have had 5,355 people look at the ad but only one has clicked on it. I have only had to pay 18 cents so far....
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