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An Update from the Reagans

by Josh Reagan Brothers and sisters, As you all probably know, things have been super busy over the last few weeks, and Kathryn thought it would be good to give ya'll an update on happenings with the Reagan family. So here we go: The Baby- Norah Grace is here! She was born @ 9:40 on June 7th; weighing in at 6.5 lbs. and measuring 20.2 inches long she is the smallest i...

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The Gospel & The #MeToo Movement

by Trey O'Brien As we heard the allegations against Harvey Weinstein and saw his arrest for heinous crimes of sexual assault on numerous women in Hollywood, we were repulsed. When we heard the guilty verdicts from the Bill Cosby jury trial regarding his accusations of felony sexual assault, we were heart broken that "America's Dad" had been found to be a predator and a ra...

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RTS Update

by Richard and Annie Owens In all of the excitement of urban church planting, it's very easy to overlook the fact that the majority of the churches in America aren't in an urban setting. Most churches in America are smaller, rural churches that are doing big things for the kingdom in their communities. In this world of shiny urban ministries, RTS recently sought to bring ...

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Believing the Lie

by Kathryn Dyksterhouse As I am seeing my nine-year old daughter becoming more aware of the way she looks and how her appearance "matches up" to the societal standard for beauty, I am convinced that vanity, idolatry of appearance, and insecurity (among others) are an epidemic in our culture today. As a result, I have been studying books that speak to teenage girls on topi...

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Bittersweet Goodbye

by Ian Kayser I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, [4] always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, [5] because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now. [6] And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. Philippians 1:36 (ESV) As most of you kn...

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A Prayer for Your Child

by Anne Marie Owens Rich and I love our Sophie and Jude. And we long for them to have a relationship with Jesus Christ. We pray that Christ would capture their affections and that Jesus would give them hearts that want to obey. Yet it's so humbling to pray for them because we know that we are completely dependent on the Spirit to do what no amount of "good parenting" can ...

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Don't Crash Into the Wall

by Michelle Hodges Rest. Be still. Slow down. Take a break. Stop. I'd be willing to bet that most of us are offended when one of those statements is directed at us. Why is that? Why are we so easily upset when someone tells us to stop? In our world full of energy drinks, Siri reminders, and digital to-do lists, "rest" is treated like a bad four-letter word. Rest, physic...

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Our Missionaries in Guadalajara

by Walter Pillow Perhaps our longest-standing missionary has been Kenton Wood, an extremely energetic servant of the Lord ministering under Mission to the World in Mexico. Kenton Wood, son of missionary parents in southern Mexico, trusted Jesus at an early age. He attended Wheaton College and received a B.A. and a commission as an officer in the US Army. He returned to Wh...

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Everyday Mundane

by Meredith Buford From a young age, you dream of what you want to be when you grow up. You hear your parents say, "you can be anything you want to be" and you envision yourself as a doctor, a veterinarian, a teacher, or even a firefighter that swoops in to save everyone from the blazing flames. Each year at our children's school, there is a community helper day, and my f...

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Unruly Sheep Seeks Patient Shepherd

by Brandi Pillow Richard's sermon from a couple of weeks ago has me examining the 23rd Psalm again. Psalm 23 is one of the first passages that many people learn as a memory verse as children, myself included. It is a passage that is referenced on many different occasions and in many different situations. I think that, because of this, it can be easy to lose sight of how w...

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