INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH

I love hearing stories of how God is working in many parts of the world in spite of government, religious, and cultural opposition.  I recently read an article about a woman from Saudi Arabia who came to Christ because she had a “Jesus dream”. She told of more than 30 of her friends who had […]

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English Camp 2020

Spain July 3-25, 2020 What: Teach English as a Second Language (ESL) to Spanish children in a VBS format, and to adults in small group conversation practice. Volunteers are needed to lead and assist in sports and games, craft time, music, snack time, and the English lesson. Volunteers are also needed to monitor smaller groups […]

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CITIES AT PRAYER

The latest issue of PRAYER CONNECT, which is published by the Church Prayer Leaders Network (https://www.prayerleader.com), is focused on cities at prayer. Brian Alarid “explains the strategy for America Prays, which is cropping up in cities such as Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Bellingham, Washington — and is now spreading across 14 states and eight nations.” […]

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SHOULD WE REPENT OF PRAYING THE PRAYER OF JABEZ?

One of the most popular “discoveries” in Scripture of all time has been the prayer that Jabez prayed in the fourth chapter of the Old Testament book of I Chronicles. His prayer request was obviously noteworthy, or the Holy Spirit would not have included it in the Old Testament. But for what reason was it […]

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH

I love hearing stories of how God is working in many parts of the world in spite of government, religious and cultural opposition.  I recently read an article about a woman from Saudi Arabia who came to Christ because she had a “Jesus dream.” She told of more than 30 of her friends who had […]

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A Woman of Peace

Carmen was a “person of peace” for World Partners staff Don and Judy Day. A “person of peace” is an individual who welcomes travelers and extends hospitality during their stay in the town. They are also seen as being receptive to Christ and getting His message out. Carmen was this person for the Days while […]

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DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES??

This message is for those of you who wonder if you have what it takes to do God’s work or to lead God’s people. Because the Bible is literally God’s Word to us, the careful reader will find intriguing insights scattered throughout the scriptures. One of these is found in I Samuel 10:6-7 and I […]

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Pastor Appreciation Month

Pastor, we appreciate you! There…job done. I’ve appreciated my pastor and can get on with my life. Really? How can we really appreciate our pastors? According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, “appreciation” is defined as “to value or admire highly”. How do we express to our pastor that we value them?  Let me ask you a […]

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INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER FOR THE PERSECUTED CHURCH

I love hearing stories of how God is working in many parts of the world in spite of government, religious and cultural opposition.  I recently read an article about a woman from Saudi Arabia who came to Christ because she had a “Jesus dream.” She told of more than 30 of her friends who had […]

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PRAYER AT BETHEL UNIVERSITY

Prayer is one of the primary values of the leadership of Bethel University. In addition to chapels, spiritual emphasis weeks, and intentional mentoring of students, there is a group of people who gather every Wednesday at noon in the old log church on campus for a time of prayer for the university, the students, and […]

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