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Have It All

Your desire to serve does not have to end with that one year you spent overseas in college. It does not have to remain that dream job you wanted when you were six. You can travel across the world and share the Good News of Jesus Christ with people, seeing the love of God transform their lives for the better. Want to know how you can have it all?

Caitlyn Babienco
January 1st, 2023

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Expectations

May the God of “all things good” be with you throughout this new year!

Dale Goodson
January 1st, 2023

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Editorial: January 2023

May we each commit to hiding the word of God in our hearts in 2023.

Bryan Hill
January 1st, 2023

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He is the Gift

Please prayerfully consider going to share the light of this Gift with the unreached who sit in darkness.

John Baxter
December 1st, 2022

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Looking Back, Looking Forward, and Looking Up!

As the battles of 2022 fade behind us, and we anticipate the spiritual struggles of 2023—when in the name of Jesus Christ we grapple with spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms—we choose to look neither backward nor forward, but upward in faith and with prayer.

Conrad Vine
December 1st, 2022

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The Missionary Body: A Parable

The Head’s message was clear and direct. Would the many members listen, take up their individual duties and unite as one body? Would Missionary Paul finally be able to fulfill the Great Commission? Only time would tell.

Erin White
December 1st, 2022

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Editorial: December 2022

Let us love one another, extending His grace and providing each other with hope and courage to change—the story of the manger.

Bryan Hill
December 1st, 2022

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Faith Points

As we enter the holiday season, I am thankful that God has given us points along the way to look back to when we need reminding that we are not alone, that our situation is far from hopeless and that He is still faithful.

Erin White
November 1st, 2022

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