Monthly Archives: July 2015

Walking on Water — Michael Card

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Narrow Escape from Terrorism: Pray for Christians (and Non-Christians) in Iraq

The following excerpt is from The Voice of the Martyrs Canada (July 2015, p. 11). A refugee from Iraq, Mazen, speaks of the conditions Christians endure in Iraq. To read Mazen’s interview, click on: “Escape”. When we went to church … Continue reading

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You Can Help Share the Gospel In China

Rev. Gregory Seltz, The Lutheran Hour speakers, writes, You have the power to help share the Gospel with souls around the globe. Isn’t that amazing? No borders can hold back the love of God’s people! One of the countries where … Continue reading

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Brit Hume Delivers the Best 1.5 Commentary on Abortion Ever Heard on Network News

Please take the next 2 minutes to watch Brit Hume’s commentary and then, please get involved, in some way, with the Right to Life movement. There are countless ways for you to use your God-given gifts to change the laws … Continue reading

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How Are You Living into Intentionality? — Rev. Scott Gress

Does one day fade into another day? Does your congregational life go from meeting to meeting … Sunday to Sunday … with little visible progress? Do you want your life and your congregational life to be more purposeful? Rev. Scott … Continue reading

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God’s Immeasurable Goodness is Manifested in His Word

The Bible is essential to the Lord’s mission of drawing, converting, giving new birth, and sanctifying the spiritually-lost people of this world. Of this truth, we are reminded in the Book of Concord: Therefore, in his immeasurable goodness and mercy God … Continue reading

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Pray for the People of Spain

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The Shepherd — Michael Card

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Christ Have Mercy: How to Put Your Faith in Action by Matthew Harrison

Mercy—the mercy of Christ to and for us—and our demonstration of that mercy to those within and outside the Body of Christ is the key to the future of the Church, to mission and stewardship, to living our Christian lives … Continue reading

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Flawless — MercyMe

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