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The Land of the Rising Sun

February 9, 2018
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Back in November 2017, I was given a very sudden and special opportunity to join a team from YWAM Sarasota on their very first scouting trip to Japan.  This trip was an answer to sixteen years of prayer, and the fulfillment of a promise the Lord made to me when I was six-years-old; a promise that…

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I Know the Plans I Have for You

January 26, 2018
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Are you in a place where you are wondering if God will come through for you? Or perhaps you’ve been asking if God really has plans for your life? Today, I want to share with you the story of how God answered these questions for me. In January of 2017, four weeks before my I was…

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The Chic, The Geeks, and Everyone In Between

January 19, 2018
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Use your imagination with me for just a few minutes. Close your eyes and picture a big group of people. Do they all look the same, or are they each different? Are they all the same race? Are they all wearing the same clothes? Are they all the same height, age, gender? Now close your…

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6 Practical Tips to Pay for Your Mission Trip

January 5, 2018
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6 Practical Tips to Pay for Your Mission Trip  what seems like a nice “trust-in-Jesus” truism is often a cop-out. Too often we’ve seen people back out of a mission trip because the funds didn’t come in, and they usually say the same thing: “It must not have been God’s will.” “If God wants me…

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Men in Missions

September 1, 2017
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It was early winter, sometime in the late 20th century (1990’s, people). I stood on the battle field surveying my conquest of evil hordes, my sword and shield in hand. The enemy had come to take freedom, but I had stood in the gap, crushing their hopes of victory. I was a young boy growing…

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