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The Fear that Produces Fearlessness by Jeremy Kimble

As Christians, we are not immune to the reality of our present moment. However, our response must look different, and there is reason why it can.

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Five Enduring Truths About Theological Education by Charles Smith

The world desperately needs faithful leaders that steadily live the gospel out before a watching world.

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Trusting God in Your Waiting Season by Katie McCoy

What may seem like a setback or a delay is actually His perfecting preparation. 

Mar 31

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Churches that attempt to accommodate the moving-target needs of individual “spiritual quests” are not doing anyone a favor.

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