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Laura’s Story: What Failure Means

November 16, 2018
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I’ve been honored to participate in the worship track this fall here in DTS. Before it began, I thought I was going to learn how to lead worship… but God had a different plan. He has used every ounce of this class to teach me much more than singing songs and strumming a guitar: He’s…

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Cory’s Story: A Lament

October 12, 2018
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“Prayer was never meant to me incidental to the work of God. It is the work.” – Arthur Matthews, China Inland Mission We love missions and seeing the lost saved. A crucial part in this happening is by investing time in prayer.  At least three times a week, we intentionally set aside time as a…

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Should You Do a Discipleship Training School?

July 27, 2018
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You may have just graduated and have a couple options in front of you but aren’t sure which one will help you get the most out of your life. Maybe you’re at a crossroads, or a tipping point, or feeling like you need some change. Maybe you’ve always had a desire to do missions but…

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9:30 P.M. On A Wednesday Night

June 1, 2018
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“God will use whatever He wants to display His glory. Heavens and stars. History and nations. People and problems.” —Max Lucado ​God is constant -even when life brings unexpected twists. As I was preparing to head to Southeast Asia. I was looking forward to the way that God would grow me. I knew it would…

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The Power of a Prayer

March 2, 2018
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It was a Tuesday afternoon in Cyprus. One of our Discipleship Training School students, Patrick, and I went throughout the city to do surveys with people as a way to connect and share the Gospel. We weren’t seeing a lot of breakthrough because most of the people we spoke with were closed off, didn’t speak…

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