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Befriending our Neighbors & a God Who Sees

April 16, 2021
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With our eyes on the nations, we know God has placed us in Louisville and there are needs we can meet. Each week, we have time set aside to reach out locally. We’re committed to seeing the Gospel go forth in Louisville and the nations through things like: helping out at soup kitchens, cleaning up…

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From North Africa: A Surprise Birthday Party

March 5, 2021
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My team met a refugee family that we really connected with. We had a conversation about the Bible the first time we met, and were eager to continue our conversation and friendship. Gratefully, we were able to meet with them again! Before we went to visit them the second time, I suggested that we pick…

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Positioning our Hearts to be in Love

February 19, 2021
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In Hollywood movies, there’s a cultural perspective of romanticized love centered around the wooing aspects of it. While I think there’s a ton of wooing God does in the way He loves us, the version of love we see doesn’t measure up or compare in a way that’s helpful for us.   Love Displayed Perfectly When…

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Why Your Story is Important and Should be Shared

February 5, 2021
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Before words were written, stories were shared. Stories have been passed down from generation to generation as a part of culture since primitive times. Our stories make way to connect to the heart in a deep way because of the emotion they convey. Hearing or reading what someone else has experienced allows us an inside…

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30 Songs to Listen to While You’re Having a Quiet Time

January 22, 2021
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God himself exists in relationship. He is triune– Father, Son and Holy Spirit. As humans, we were created for the intentionality of existing within this relationship and freely relating to God. Because of our choice of sin, humanity has been separated from God and this perfect relationship. God, through His love and mercy, sent His…

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