LIFE'S UPS AND DOWNS DON'T DEFINE ME I find myself praising God when life is going good. I can say in the morning (good times) you, God, are good. In those times, it’s easy to thank God for what you have. You run to God, you tell others about God, and you kind of feel invincible. Life’s going great. Am I right?
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Hey Siri! Should I Panic? In the early days of GPS, there are at least a handful of stories of some poor souls who opted to trust their Global Positioning System over what their eyes and senses were telling them. Most of the stories have decently happy endings (meaning no serious injuries).
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URBAN MISSIONS IN THE MIDST OF Social RESTRICTIONS How is it even possible to be missional in spite of the restrictions we are facing? Though the physical reach of our activity is blocked, and for good reason, our passion to share the love of Jesus with the nations hasn't diminished at all.  Our urban centers around the country have been seeking creative expressions of how to minister. We are so...
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Is a Gap Year Right for You? Need some help to discover if taking a Gap Year is the right thing for you? In this video we tackle a few key issues to help you make the best decision for your life.
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WHEN NATIONS AWAKEN TO JESUS | THE SEND BRAZIL The rain couldn't stop 140,000 barefoot Brazilians from saying, "I WILL GO!" last weekend at THE SEND gathering...lifting their shoes up as a symbol of surrender to Jesus. We were there. We saw it first hand⎼a move of God calling people with sweet conviction to walk closer, draw nearer, and go further. It was received with reckless enthusiasm. 
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"I walked down to the local convenience store to buy a Coke when I noticed a man who looked like he was in pain. He said his shoulder was hurting, so I offered to pray for him.
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We thought it would be awesome to take two very different, but vital departments on our campus and switch them for day. You know there are always two sides to every story. Well, this is no different!
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Did you know that your nose remembers things? Our sense of smell is closely linked with memory, probably more so than any of our other senses. The smell of freshly cut grass, for example, always brings back memories of my childhood and my endeavor to become a professional soccer player.
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In April 2019, the Multicultural Discipleship Training School began training missionaries from 7 different nations. All packed into one program! After 12+ weeks of diving deep into their faith and 2 months of sharing Jesus to rest of the world, the school celebrated all that God had done. Read how God has transformed one of those students from Brazil. (English/Portuguese Translation)
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Have you ever entered an event or season of life with a certain expectation and left it with the complete opposite result of that former belief? 
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