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Just Like Toddlers

Monday, October 12, 2015 Just Like Toddlers Our first child was an incredibly active toddler. He spent the early days of his infant development constantly grabbing, clinging and climbing on people and objects as if life were the ultimate jungle gym. Between 8 and 9 months, he...
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Culture & Idolatry

Posted on September 2nd, 2014 by Eric Parker “But Jonah arose to flee to Tarshish from the face of the Lord. He went down to Joppa and, finding a ship bound for Tarshish, he paid the fare and went down into it, to go with them to Tarshis, away from the face of the Lord.” Jonah...
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Who Are the Unreached and Why Must We Go to Them?

By David Burnette What does it mean to be part of an Unreached People Group (UPG)? How do unreached peoples stand before God? What is our obligation, as followers of Christ, to those who have no access to the gospel? The following outline provides a good summary for these kinds...
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Keep Praying That Prayer

  July 23, 2014  by Jonathan Parnell My six-year-old daughter prays for her teddy bear to talk, and I haven’t told her to stop. Do I think God will answer her prayer? No, I do not. But always getting exactly what we ask is not the point of prayer, and we should never stop...
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Storytelling and Respecting Subjects

Storytelling and Respecting Subjects Everyone loves a good story. Except, sometimes, when it’s about them. Like most missions agencies, TEAM has a dedicated group of professionals who work to tell the stories of what God is doing around the world. Our storytelling team (in my...
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What can I be doing as a parent?

What can I be doing as a parent? DBC Kids | Parent Resource As parents, you have been given the great joy and responsibility in raising your children in the ways of Jesus. This can be a daunting task and seem overwhelming at times. Our desire is to partner with you as you teach...
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Developing a Kid’s Ministry Team

Developing a Kids Ministry Team Every Christian in the church has a role to play in the work of the ministry. When developing a kids ministry, it’s up to church staff to identify, recruit, and organize volunteers into a cohesive team. As a church grows, staff pleas often shift...
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