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Jonathan Haward

Bricks Without Straw.

Bricks Without Straw.

Bricks Without Straw.   “You’ve got to be kidding me.”  How many times did you say that phrase last year? As faith-filled believers, we would like to think that no matter the circumstances, we will always have joyful praise and scriptures of encouragement and blessing...

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Inflatable.

Inflatable.

   Inflatable. Have you ever jumped on an inflatable (bouncy house)? Most kids in the United States under the age of 18 have probably been on one several times in their growing-up years: birthday parties, outdoor events, and church functions. If you’ve never...

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Access.

Access.

  Access. Have you ever heard the term, “Unreached People Group?” (UPG) The Joshua Project defines UPG’s this way: An unreached people [group] is a people group among which there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to...

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in the clouds

in the clouds

In The Clouds. Do you love mountains? Seeing them in pictures, taking hikes, or maybe even climbing one? From a distance, they look beautiful; up close, they look impressive; when you begin to travel to the top, whether by vehicle or on foot, you begin to realize...

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what we bring

what we bring

What We Bring. If I could summarize the greatest need of humanity, no matter where we stand on the planet, it is hope. Having hope changes everything. When we have hope, we can get up every morning and fight through any battle that comes our way. We can face sickness...

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commission over condition

commission over condition

Commission over Condition  In Matthew 10:16, Jesus says to His twelve disciples, “Behold, I send you out as sheep in the midst of wolves. Therefore be wise as serpents and harmless as doves.” Wait, why is Jesus sending them out into adverse conditions? Why would He...

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Healing.

Healing.

Healing.  Jesus was always among the people. Even though He was the Son of God, the Savior to all humanity, one with the Father and the Spirit, He spent nearly every waking minute of His life on Earth with people. Most of the people He encountered were sick. Some were...

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open.

open.

Open.  Have you ever locked yourself out of your house, apartment or dorm room? What about your car? It’s a terrible feeling, right? You quickly go through the stages of grief: denial (my keys can’t be lost, or inside, or somewhere else), anger (no!), depression...

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He Came for the Sick

He Came for the Sick

He Came for the Sick. Being sick is the worst.  All your plans for the day or for the week, all disappear.  And if it’s anything more than a cold, and it lasts longer, life can come to a grinding halt and your world gets turned upside down. If you have ever endured a...

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Increase

Increase

Increase In 1 Corinthians 3, Paul answers a question we all ask on a regular basis: “What do I do now?”  In every area of our life, we constantly wish things were better: health, finances, relationships, job satisfaction, grades at school, spiritual walk, and so on....

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