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  • Tue 30 Jun

    A Land of Extremes

    Mark Wall

    This will be my third time visiting the continent of Africa.  In my experience so far, it has been beautiful but unknown – filled with joy, yet broken and in need – incredibly life nurturing, while at the same time, stricken by physical hunger. 

    Africa is truly a land of extremes. 

    As I prepare for this trip and I let my mind wander a bit, I find myself wrestling with my expectations.  Since I have been a couple other times, I feel like I have a bit of...

    Posted by Mark Wall at 17:29PM | Permalink

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  • Mon 22 Jun

    Kids, Wolves, and the God who cares

    Baby Moses Basket Chosen One

    Recently I’ve noticed our youngest daughter Ella (6 years old) taking creative liberties with her storytelling.  She’s been so creatively liberal some might call it lying, or to translate it into kid friendly terms: fibbing. 

    One night we were all sitting around the dinner table and she started telling us about something that happened with a couple of her little friends at school.  The story was so outlandish, and so impossible that her mom and...

    Posted by Jimmy Rushton at 13:08PM | Permalink

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  • Sun 14 Jun

    God in my Ordinary

    The first warm days of June always bring back memories of summer’s past. I remember one summer as a youth I decided to join the local rep baseball team. I was just learning the game at that point and it was mostly the kindness of the coach that enabled me to be on the team. I remember grabbing a wood bat and walking up to the plate and thinking, “Why is it so hard to hit that crazy ball?” The older guys made it look pretty easy. It is just a piece of wood in my hands. A ball....

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  • Wed 03 Jun

    Chosen One

    Chosen One: Summer 2015

    His coming was foretold. 
    Born into poverty, he was hunted as an infant. 
    He was anointed by God to lead his people, through blood and water,
    out of slavery and into freedom. 
    To establish a new covenant between God and his people.
    He was— the Chosen One. 
    Join us this Summer for a journey of epic proportions.
    Check out the  trailer here .

    Posted by at 20:17PM | Permalink

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