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Through it Together

Copy of 6.17.20 Blog Post

The Lord is not slow to fulfill his promise as some count slowness, but is patient towards you, not wishing that any should perish, but that all should reach repentance" 2 Peter 3:9 There is a fear that keeps people from going to the dentist. You go in for a routine cleaning but end up with the news that you have a deep cavity that will need a crown. When that happened to...

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I Need You

6.15.20 Blog Post

Why do we need each other? ...

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The Best Laid Plans

6.29.20 Blog Post

The Best Laid Plans I think it can be safely said that thus far, 2020 has not gone as planned. "For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope." Jeremiah 29:11 You may be familiar with this verse and many of us, myself included, cling to this verse with a hope that God's plans will be simple, s...

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How to handle depression and anxiety during these days

7.22.20 Blog Post

A moment of insight and encouragement from Hannah Jordan. Hannah is our TBK director, has a dregree in biblial counseling form DTS and is currently working towards getting her professional counseling license....

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6.27.20 Blog Post  (1)

I've been reading through the book of Acts over the last several weeks. Much of the last 2/3 of the book is about Paul's missionary journeys around the Mediterranean. I've read Acts before, but this time through, I've been focused on trying to put myself in Paul's shoes, and doing a lot more research about exactly where he went, how he got there, how long he stayed in each...

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Finding His Presence

_8.10.20 blog post

So, time for some confession. I barely give God the time of day. Yes, I know what you're thinking right now: "What? How? That's impossible. Your literal job is Christian ministry." Yeah, I would've thought the same thing before God put me on this path of vocational ministry. And yet, somehow, it's not that hard for the hours that I spend working on sermons, worship music s...

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Known. Loved. Defined by Christ.

7.23.20 Blog Post

If you have had or are having a season of hardship that you see you are not alone in it. That you see that your faith is not determined by it. Above all, I hope that you see that you are known....

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Discontentment with our Provision

6.6 Blog post

"NOOOOOOO, NOT EGGS", "EWWW I DON'T WANT SOUP", "CURRY, WHY DID YOU HAVE TO MAKE CURRY MOM". Somehow, not 5 minutes after waking up, my daughter has decided that whatever I'm serving for breakfast (unless its pancakes!) is "disgusting". Similarly, when its time for dinner it almost doesn't matter what I make, she informs me its her least favorite right now. Never mind, th...

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A Lament for this Season

8.4.20 blog post

Sundays have been difficult. I remember the first morning we met with our House Church over Zoom. March 22nd. I remember it because I took a picture of our kitchen table - my coffee set out next to the computer, our communion elements prepared on a favorite dish, our daughter sitting happily occupied with a new activity book. It felt so picturesque (ergo, the picture) to d...

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