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"He Will Save His People From Their Sins" (Matthew 1:21 Sermon)

(Preached at Mt. Home Baptist, Morganton, NC, and FBC Pauls Valley, OK, December 2014)

C.S. Lewis wrote of an interesting experience that his brother had one Christmas season. 3,846 more words


Ministry Resources From Mike Woods for Kids With Autism

We’ve been fortunate to enjoy the benefits of Mike Woods’ wisdom and experience during his recent guest blog series for Autism Awareness Month. Mike’s truly a thought leader in the field of disability ministry, but a humble thought leader. 492 more words

Disability Ministry

What the Wheelchair Said: Part 2 (For Jesus)

The typical university commencement speech says something along the lines of “Follow your dreams, and you can change the world!” The typical Christian college commencement speech goes, “Follow your dreams, and you can change the world— 886 more words


Beyond Zero Tolerance...Key Ministry Fall Preview

Here’s a sneak preview at some of the cool events and resources Key Ministry has in store for church staff, volunteers and parents during September, October and November… 385 more words

Key Ministry

I'm Taking My Talents to Cedarville...2011 Bioethics Conference and Joni and Friends Through the Roof Summit

I’m honored to have received the opportunity to speak at the 2011 Bioethics Conference and Through the Roof Summit, scheduled for September 15-17, 2011. The conference is cosponsored by Joni and Friends and the Center for Bioethics at Cedarville University. 317 more words

Key Ministry

Summer Stuff

Summer may have arrived (even in Northeast Ohio), but our crew at Key Ministry will hardly be relaxing and taking it easy over the next few months. 402 more words

Key Ministry

Prayers needed for Joni and (still more) for Ron Dart


I want to thank Richard Burkard for the tip:

Some of you may be familiar with Joni Earickson Tada — the quadriplegic woman who turned her disaster in a lake as a teenager into a ministry which has inspired countless numbers of people.  201 more words

Richard Burkard