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The Privilege of Giving

January 8, 2016
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During our outreach in East Kentucky, We teamed up with one of the local churches in a very small town where drug/alcohol abuse, violence, and poverty are very common.  For the few days we were there, we attended every event and service at the church.  Through this, we were able to get to know the congregation and many who…

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What does God Risk?

December 4, 2015
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What’s the greatest risk? Relationship. In fact, we don’t have relationship if we haven’t risked something! Deep relationships require vulnerability. Relationships jeopardize our protection, both from hurt and from blessing. Our closest friends have the greatest potential to bless us, but also to wound us.

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The Day the Impossible Became Reality

March 20, 2015
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When I was four, I was diagnosed with a rare, incurable kidney disorder. No one knew how long I would live – maybe until I was 14, maybe until I was 40. I didn’t think a lot about my future. Why bother? When it killed me, it killed me.

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How DTS Ruined My Life

January 23, 2015
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My life was ruined in DTS. Ruined to the point that sometimes I have a hard time remembering what it was like to live the way I used to…

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“I’ve tasted hope & I’m never going back.”

June 18, 2014
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Their families live off of the trash. I had never seen something so disgusting. But I realized I have chased the garbage truck, too, hungry for new trash. The world is the truck, and its hollow ideas of identity and satisfaction are the waste. But if you know nothing else, then why not keep chasing?

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