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Watching and Waiting

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There are two children in my life for whom I have prayed with more faithfulness and fervency than almost anything else in my life.  One, adopted from Ghana, was added to my prayer list when I met her parents four years ago and agreed to run a half-marathon to fund-raise for her...

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We Are Not Alone

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Dear Chapel Hill Family, I wrote the following reflection in early June, just following a visit home. As we talked about this week’s FearlessQ—How can a good God allow evil and suffering?—Pastor Megan asked if I would be willing to share this reflection with all of you...

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August Is the Best!

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year- almost!  Before some of you start being concerned that I’m suffering from sunstroke, let me clue you in on a little secret:  I love the month of August.  And not because of the long, luxurious summer days, or the anticipation...

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Young Leaders

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One of the unique and delightful parts of the Chapel Hill culture is the willingness to embrace young leaders.  Personally, I am on the receiving end of so much support, encouragement, and space to try and fail and succeed.  It’s a gift that I do not to take for granted, and I...

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Honoring Their Legacy

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If you are at Chapel Hill on the Sundays just before Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day each May and November, you’ll notice that we have a faithful group of people helping lead worship in a unique way. These men and women help us remember that our faith, though timeless and global...

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