Mayhem and the Mission

This is an adaptation of an earlier blog post that can be found here. Links to other articles for further reading included below. Our country has been once again rocked by an act of savagery beyond the scope of...

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On the Changing President of the IMB

By now, most would have heard that Dr. David Platt has asked the trustees of the International Mission Board (IMB) to begin searching for a new president. (Click here for news story) For many, this news comes as a...

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This is Love

Hey Everyone, here is a Hint: Valentine’s Day is this week — Wednesday to be more specific! Well, now that that PSA is out of the way, let’s get down to business. What does Valentine’s Day have to do...

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Puerto Rico Se Levanta – Levantar La Sábana: Lift the Sheet

Just over one month in and there is already so much to tell. The fact is that Puerto Rico had never been on my heart until it was. On September 20th, 2017, Puerto Rico fell victim to the most...

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The New Process of Going with the IMB

Last week, the CGCS hosted a room full of those interested in the new changes to the IMB candidating process. Alan Garnett, IMB consultant for North and South Carolina, was with us to explain the new process and answer...

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How to Give an Effective Missions Testimony

I’m fresh off a couple of mission trips this past summer, one to Chicago and another to Kiev, Ukraine. Early this fall, we heard testimonies from members of our Young Pros ministry from these and several other trips. I LOVE...

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Making 2018 a Missionary Year

I am not a huge fan of New Year’s Resolutions. They always seem to be good ideas that fail within a few months. On the other hand, I am a huge fan of taking advantage of the changing calendar...

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Recommended Reading Over the Holidays

Have a lot of extra time on your hands now that classes are complete? Looking for some last minute Christmas gifts? Want to find new resources to equip you for ministry? The Center for Great Commission Studies has shared...

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Ministering to Military and Their Families Over the Holidays

When you think about Christmas and the holiday season, certain things tend to come to mind; presents, Jesus, time with friends and family, among other things. But some families will spend this season without their loved ones, I am...

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Singleness During the Season of Christmas: Intentionally Engaging Others

The holidays usually mean a myriad of emotions for single Christians. Some singles look forward to this time because of the opportunity to be a part of all the festivities or because it means a trip home to welcoming...

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