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Sending leaders

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I was sitting in my classroom in Oxford on a cold Friday morning in January when two gentlemen, unfamiliar to me and the rest of the 19 students at the Oxford Center for Christian Apologetics, walked into the room. There was an empty seat next to me and one of them sat in it. I introduced myself...

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Tags: initiative, beyond these walls, btw, sending leaders

You have to be broken to GLOW!

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I saw this story on Facebook the other day, and I wanted to share it: I was in Dollar Tree last night and there was a lady and two kids behind me in the long line. One was a big kid, one was a toddler. The bigger one had a pack of glow sticks and the baby was screaming for them so the Mom opened...

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Tags: christmas in gig harbor, glow, carols by glowstick, christmas songs by glowstick, gig harbor christmas events

Saturday in the Sanctuary

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This weekend we will once again move our Saturday service to the Sanctuary for those who would like to have their Sunday morning free to watch the Seahawks crush the Panthers. It’s worth noting that every week, our Saturday service is identical to our 10:45 am service, so if you normally...

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Tags: sanctuary, saturday, worship

Life on the Water

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Summer has arrived! One of the best things about summer in Gig Harbor is the easy access to the water. As a family we love to go down to one of the beaches nearby and play in the water. And we’re even more blessed than those who own boats, because we have friends that own boats! All the...

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The Kingdom Without The King

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Last week I heard the story of an English pastor who arrived in LA to plant a church. During his first week, he went to a bar to try to get an idea of what local culture was like. While there he ended up chatting to a group of three he had never met before. They were chatting away for 20 minutes...

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