Interested in Church Planting in Vermont?

Long crooked rivers, steep sprawling mountains-lush green in the spring and summer, intense and vibrant shades of oranges, reds, yellows in the fall. Cold winters, white with ice pouring over the edges of rocky cliffs define our mountainous region. Vermont is the winter playground for the east coast of the United States. In the summer […]

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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 our imagination. Questions swirl. Politicians seek policy answers. Parents struggle to answer questions from their children. […]

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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 shock. For some, it may even be a point of frustration and fear. The IMB is, […]

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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 with missions? Here are a couple thoughts. 1. Love is the driving force for missions. Why […]

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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 questions. If you missed a chance to engage in this evening, take a look at this […]

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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 such testimonies. I love hearing about how people are taking the gospel around the world. But […]

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Reflections from the Middle East Team

This Thanksgiving holiday, a team of 5 students, led by Dr. Mathias, spent their break in the Middle East sharing the gospel to those who have never heard it. The trip, taking place November 17-25, was an eye-opening experience for the team to the reality of the lostness over there and the importance of missions, […]

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How Long, O Lord

When he opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of those who had been slaughtered because of the word of God and the testimony they had given They cried out with a loud voice: Lord, the one who is holy and true, how long until you judge those who live on […]

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