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The Youth Ministry at New Covenant

When I was in seminary, I was invited to preach at a church that had been without a pastor for a long time and was very small. The Sunday morning service went well. Everyone was very friendly, and we stayed there that afternoon because I was also preaching in the Sunday evening service. By the time the evening service was supposed to start, there were only five people in t...

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A Time Well Spent

“And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus.” (Phil. 4:19) For the unemployed or underemployed, when reading this verse another verse may jump to mind (Mark 9:24): “I believe, help my unbelief.” God is faithful and His word is true, yet where is the provision this verse is promising???...

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Soul Therapy

Ben and Jerry’s Chocolate Therapy is one of my favorite flavors of ice cream. It is a delicious treat for the taste buds. I can almost taste it as a write this article. It also seems therapeutic as it soothes and relaxes you after a busy day. I guess that’s why they call it Chocolate Therapy. As I pondered the joys and benefits of Chocolate Therapy I began...

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God's Mission : Our Vision

When you go to a restaurant that offers carryout, they'll ask you before you place your order, "Will this be for here, or to go?" The gospel is both "for here" and "to go." The gospel is not just a message for non-Christians. It is the lifelong fuel of the Christian's life and sanctification. God wants our lives to be continually shaped, deepened, and transformed by the...

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The Middle Mile

The middle mile and the second dash. A few months ago, Pastor David Sunday referenced an article by Vance Havner entitled "The Middle Mile" which describes the often lonely segment of an endurance race in which the adrenalin of the start is a distant memory and the adrenalin that surges at the finish is still a long way off, hidden behind twists and turns in the course tha...

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