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Here to Stay

Four percent of the world’s trade passes through the Panama Canal, but market goods are not the only thing moving through the country.

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Salvation is the Remedy

“And you, my child, will be called a prophet of the Most High; for you will go on before the Lord to prepare the way for Him, to give His people the knowledge of salvation through the forgiveness of their sins” (Luke 1:76-77).

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Such a Time as This: Embracing My Calling to Ministry

When I was asked to write about a woman’s perspective on the call to pastoral ministry, I had a difficult time figuring out where to begin.

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The Journey of Pastoral Vocation

Though all God’s followers have been tasked with preaching the gospel and sharing the love of Christ with the world, a pastor has been given the unique privilege and duty to live out that task vocationally.

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Sampling the Flavors

My younger son loves to experiment with a variety of flavors. Even as a small child, he liked to be in the kitchen when his mom or I were cooking, urging us to try various flavor combinations and sauces to get the most out of what we were making. 

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Finding Wesley

The Background

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A Ministry for Everyone

The Christian church has been attempting to apply Paul’s instruction to Ephesian believers for 2000 years when he said,

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The Beautiful and Messy Call of a Missionary

Within the treasure chest of missionary inspirations, David Livingstone’s question is found: “Cannot the love of Christ carry the missionary where the slave trade carries the trader?” His ministry in the 1800s focused on slavery in the heart of Af

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