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The Love of a Church

Cassie Moore
God’s ways are mysterious and astonishing. And it’s impossible to predict the miraculous ways God prepares hearts long before they come to know Him.
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The Gospel in the Life of a Child

Cassie Moore
The first time Noah Chappell heard about Jesus, he was very young. But Jesus moves in the hearts of children and uses their lives for His glory every bit as much as He does with you and me. Noah’s...
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For the Love of Jesus

Cassie Moore
Although originally from different states, God brought R and L together through their decision to attend Samford University. R moved to Birmingham from Florida, L from Georgia, and they met their...
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Perfect Timing

Cassie Moore
As a journeyman, Chris met a man from Central Asia. He had no idea at the time that God would use that meeting and the friendship that developed to teach Chris and his wife, Joanna, about His...
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A Noble Work

Cassie Moore
The role of an elder may look a little different than what you might think. To explore what it means to serve and lead as an elder, we spoke with a couple of elders who serve as part of our...
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He Calls My Name

Cassie Moore
Thirteen months. Thirteen long months of waiting, hoping, and praying. Michael and Katy Ferris knew that the Lord was calling them to share the gospel with unreached peoples. They were willing to go....
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God and His Word Changes Us

Cassie Moore
The Gospel not only has the power to change hearts, it has the power to set life on a beautiful and gracious course – despite challenges and struggles – that ultimately leads to God’s glory. One...
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Family on Mission

Cassie Moore
“I think there’s an element of fearlessness, a quiet confidence, that comes from the feeling of, ‘I don’t know what I’m doing, but my dad’s here, so I know we’ll figure this out.’”
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The Grace in an Unlikely Encounter

Cassie Moore
The first unlikely encounter with the gospel occurred when John Tice was racing his motorcycle from Amsterdam, New York to the Marine Corps Base in Camp Pendleton, California.