HIS COVENANT OF LOVE

The biblical figure of Nehemiah is not the most popular or well known. He was not known for acts of heroism like his Old Testament counterparts. He never traversed the expanse of the Red Sea or performed wonders or miraculous acts of deliverance. In most situations, he would be known

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To Make Him Known

To Make Him Known “Every Christian a missionary; every non-Christian a mission field”. This was a quote from Winkie Pratney, a New Zealandian writer and trainer of missionaries. In Matthew 28, we see Jesus assign the Great Commission to His disciples, to go into all the parts of the world

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Parish Together or Perish Apart

“What is the point of that small church? They are basically just one family. Are they even getting spiritually fed? They should probably just merge with another church so they can actually be a church.”  Depending on your church background, you may have been on the receiving end of those

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His Victory in Our Defeat

Victory. What comes to mind when you hear this word? For some, victory could be used in the context of sports like for instance the Superbowl, where the Kansas City Chiefs came out victorious this year. For others, victory could be used in the context of competition. Competing against one

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Be Still

Remember those fire drills we went through in elementary school? They taught us how to exit buildings and also what to do if our clothes caught fire. There were 3 simple steps: Stop, Drop and Roll. As fun as these steps were to say or practice, they served one purpose

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Changing Seasons

If you’re from Texas, you’ve seen the change of seasons this past month, almost skipping fall if I might add. The weather goes from being sunny and hot to almost freezing temperatures in the span of a week. This is no surprise, as the change in weather undoubtedly goes hand

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Let the Church Sing!

Let the Church Sing! Standing in a room of 12,000 evangelicals, most of whom are Caucasians in their fifties or sixties, we stuck out like a sore thumb. We were the minority in every way. Being Malayalee and Pentecostal we were acutely aware that the ten of us did not

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