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Day 1 Video – 2017 Marriage Mission Trip

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Day 2 – Stretch Everything

When we travel so many miles back-to-back day after day, we have to stop frequently, walk, and stretch. Funny how these missions also require a huge stretch of our faith. EVERYTHING is different on the road: routines, expenses, sleep, food, … Continue reading

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The HOW of God’s Mission

Are you worried about how the things you are facing right now are all going to turn out? You’re in good company. God’s mission grows best in the habitat of impossibility.  Over and over again as we’ve opened the Word … Continue reading

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Faith: Where the Rubber Meets the Road

The following post is an excerpt from our upcoming devotional, Marriage on a Mission–A Short-Term Journey with a Long-Term Impact. “As Jesus went on from there, two blind men followed Him, calling out, ‘Have mercy on us, Son of David!’ … Continue reading

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The Stretching – Day 33

We know the feeling. When our faith is being stretched to the max. Relentless pulling and stretching and pulling some more. But, why? Because our faith is still too small. And, while it’s much more comfortable to leave our faith the size that … Continue reading

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The 6th Sense – Day 23

For our light and momentary troubles are achieving for us an eternal glory that far outweighs them all. 2 Corinthians 4:17 Define light and momentary. Over the course of the past week, we’ve sat across from couples whose troubles included multiple … Continue reading

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Never Alone – Day 3

Her husband left her and their baby just after Christmas, 2009. Courageously she walks this wilderness with integrity. With grace. Parenting alone. Sleeping alone. Waking alone. Waiting alone. And yet I see that, clearly, she is never really alone. She wears … Continue reading

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