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What in the world is Missionary Care and why is it important?

Alison Haynes
We all know the excitement of sending out a missionary. That Sunday morning comes. The prayer cards are given out. The missionary is on stage. We pray for the missionary. We are excited and maybe get...
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The Bible Does It Again

Chip Bugnar
Daily morning rhythms generally fail to surprise me. The quiet house feels the same. The same sunrise brightens. The first sip of coffee tastes as expected. Mornings go as mornings go. (Note to the...
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The Tortoise and the Hare

Kasey Hagen
The Christmas season is a time of reflection. It's a time to not only remember Christ's birth but also reflect on all that has occurred throughout the year. Over the past few weeks, we have...
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Something to Consider

Kasey Hagen
"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching...
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Letters to You Brook Hills

Brook Hills Contributor
"You have tangibly displayed the glory of the Lord to us this week by supporting us this week, praying for us, and giving us a sense of value in our efforts to be women, mothers, wives, and church...
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How Dark is the Darkness?

Chip Bugnar
Sometimes, after the sun sets over our neighborhood in Chelsea, I watch my neighbor set up his massive telescope in his front driveway. Occasionally I join him, and we take turns, pressing our eyes...
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Prayer's Unrecognized Enemy

Chip Bugnar
It's easy when prayer malfunctions to focus on our practice of prayer. ...
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Why a Global Dispatch

Chip Bugnar
Why name a blog a dispatch? "Dispatch" is not a common word in today's vernacular. A "dispatch" connotes urgent news or immediate needs concerning a mission of critical importance. Rescue workers can...
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Processing My Role in the Great Commission

Brook Hills Contributor
“So why do you want to spend the next two years overseas?”
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We Will Train

Brook Hills Contributor
We want to know God and serve Him, but no one in our tribe knows how to study and teach the Word of God. I want to be that man!
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We Will Plant and Nurture

Brook Hills Contributor
I recently had an interesting opportunity with a mover in our city. To provide some context, my family and I live and work in a city in Turkey and have intentionally planted our lives among Turkish...
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We Will Advocate

Brook Hills Contributor
My name is Anjli and I am in the 11th grade. For the last ten years I have lived in a girls’ home here in Pakistan where I am loved and supported.
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We Will Proclaim

Brook Hills Contributor
Sharif explained that he had been thinking a lot about the gospel stories and everything we had discussed throughout the previous months. He knew that following Jesus could potentially cost him...
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A Fruitful Environment for Gospel Proclamation

Callie
When Vanessa walked out of her high-rise apartment in Kuala Lumpur to go for a run, she never imagined that running a mile would require her to run back-and-forth a 30-foot hallway of her building to...
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Suspended in Ministry

Chip Bugnar
To our faithful friends spread over the world, ...
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God’s Sovereignty Amidst Our Uncertainty

Brook Hills Contributor
“Things don’t always go the way we plan, but the risk is worth it, even with our physical lives,” Dave said. “We always want to be wise, but sometimes things don’t make sense. Knowing He’s...
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God Always Provides

Brook Hills Contributor
After traveling this past summer to a mountain village in Southeast Asia, Courtney Talley said one thing is crystal clear — God wants the people there to know Him. And He will send rain and disrupt...
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Sending our Children No Matter the Cost

Brook Hills Contributor
What would it look like to not only free your kids to go to the other side of the globe but also encourage them to do so? And what could it cost?
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A New Family

Brook Hills Contributor
The dreams started when she was 12. ...
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2019 Matters

Brook Hills Contributor
"The end of all things is near,” Peter wrote to the suffering, scattered disciples across Asia Minor...
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Here I Am, Send Me

Cassie Moore
Royce and Sandra W. had bought into the American dream. They’d worked hard, raised a family, and were preparing to enter their retirement years enjoying the money they’d saved. They had plans of...
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Did I Dig Deep Enough?

Dennis Blythe
One of the unwavering commitments of your Elder Council during these last three years of prayerful discussion regarding the Campus Development Plan that is before us a church has been to not...
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An Advocate for the Sent

Cassie Moore
“I thank my God in all my remembrance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you all making my prayer with joy, because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now.”...
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Stop and Pray

Ashley Chesnut
I recently came back from a short-term trip working with our Central Asian Church-Planting Team, and while it was a challenging trip in many ways, one of my favorite stories from the week involved...
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