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Friends, Not Servants.

John 15:9-15 – May 10, 2015

“Friends, Not Servants”

How would you like to have no friends? None, at all? According to several recent surveys, a significant number of American adults say that they have no friends. 1,301 more words

This might not work. But we go anyway.

Three years.

We’re approaching 3 years living on-mission here in Jarabacoa. At times it seems much MUCH longer. And others it seems like only yesterday we were naively frolicking onto a plane bound for Santiago with our entire lives packed into four suitcases bursting at the seams with hopes and dreams and excitement (and copious quantities of crafting supplies for my wife – obvi). 1,160 more words

Domincan Republic

δοῦλος [doulos] - Slave

You can download the PDF to this article here: Doulos – Slave

            This ‘brief’ study is going to be based primarily around one word: δο 5,146 more words

Theology & Doctrine

A Meeting of Centurions in Jerusalem

This is another in the historical fiction series that I am writing with the Centurion Longinus, who according to tradition was the Centurion at the Cross who put his lance in the side of Jesus and who would exclaim “Surely this was the Son of God” as Jesus breathed his last. 1,635 more words


[Prayer Request] One smart fellow, she felt smart.

Happy Friday Brave Ones,

Danae recently applied for a super intentional executive Christian school management program that she is really excited and hopeful for, and we… 873 more words


The Numbers Tell a Story

I like to analyze things. Things make more sense to me when they can be observed, analyzed, changed and tested. While my wife can write beautiful words that paint a scene, I’m much more at home figuring out a way to use formulas in a spreadsheet to help me automate a complicated process. 829 more words