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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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Tips For Traveling With Kids

May 25, 2018
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Are we there yet? This is a question a child usually asks when traveling, but one a parent will begin to rehearse in their mind if not prepared for traveling! Before you begin to worry about the details for your family travels though, we at YWAM Louisville want to share some helpful tips from the parents…

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True Success In Planning

May 11, 2018
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In a World that expects success and scorns the idle, planning remains key. Life seems too short to let your dreams and aspirations be left to chance or faith. Right? Why not just plan it all out so that you know those things will come to pass? That leaves little doubt as to why you…

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Do You Know the Father’s Delight?

March 30, 2018
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The Father’s pleasure is so important: to know, to understand and to receive. Yet few of us live from it. We walk in the lie that we have to work for God to love us and enjoy us. We strive for His approval. There is something you’re missing if that’s what you think! The Bible…

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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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