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From Bolivia: Everyone Can Come In

July 13, 2018
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Our first week in Bolivia was spent at a boys street kids home, ages 11-19, sharing testimonies, teaching and playing games. These boys had no choice but to live on the streets to escape their toxic home lives and abusive families. Living on the streets is a rough lifestyle where the children use contact glue…

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The Tipping Point

June 8, 2018
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This past month, myself and four others set out for Fiji to share what God placed in our hearts during our Bible School for the Nations. Out of a month long stay, we spent two weeks in a village called Nila. Fiji is a country that was once closed to the gospel, but after one of…

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A Legacy of Passion

April 20, 2018
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“There was once a woman who was pursued by two men. Both claimed to love her, both declared their undying passion. One day while they both were visiting, contending to win her over, the door of the house burst open. In came a man holding a gun. Speaking to the woman, he began demanding she…

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A Glimpse into the Brokenness

April 13, 2018
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Spain. The moment I hear this word, my heart and mind are flooded with memories and images of this precious country. I remember her bright colors and her music, all filled with the intricate strumming of the guitar and the piercing voices of traditional flamenco singers. I recall her love for celebrations full of good…

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Your True Name

March 16, 2018
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Lift up your head, O Amsterdam! Cast off your shame like a cloak; Let it fall from your shoulders As the ‪shadows fall‬ from the trees under the noonday sun. Let your righteousness shine like the dawn; Let your salvation blaze like a burning torch. Too long have you lived in oppression; Too long have…

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