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The Call to Love in 2019

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Posted by David Brennan on

I have been on staff at The Bible Chapel for over nine months now. At first glance, you may be thinking that this is no big deal; but for a 22-year-old, recently graduated, single man, this is an enormous deal. I have felt God’s calling to serve Him in vocational ministry for six years and...

What are you looking for this year?

Posted by Nate Stevens on

A new year is here. I don’t know about your experiences, but New Year’s Eve parties have been a lot of fun in the Stevens household. One of the most memorable for me was the night we said goodbye to the 1900s. If you remember, there was a computer glitch that many feared would reset...

The Incarnation: GOD With Hands

Posted by Ron Moore on

Tiny hands waving about uncontrollably. A shrill cry piercing the damp air of a borrowed cave. A peaceful smile on the lips of a mother wearied by labor. A mysterious smile on the face of the mother's husband who has helped deliver a miracle. The Incarnation: God confined to an infant. Growing...

Rejoicing in a Weary World…

Posted by Brad Rine on

One of my favorite Christmas songs is O Holy Night. It’s a beautiful and powerful song, and I wish I had the talent to do it justice when I sing, but I try anyway. The reason I am drawn to that song is because of one line in particular: “a thrill of hope, the weary world...

“The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer…”

Posted by Maria Stockman on

I sit amidst what can only be described as a Christmas explosion: a room full of new toys, crumpled wrapping paper thrown aside, and plastic containers that once trapped the hottest toys of the season. “SANTA!!! I know him!” blares through the room as we watch Elf for the third time...

What are You ‘Stuffing’ this Christmas Season?

Posted by Rob Rucker on

We stuff more than just stockings at Christmas.  We stuff our homes, offices, mailboxes, social media, calendars, and cars with gifts, cards, messages, candles, cherubs, greenery, sentimental songs, nostalgic moments, hectic schedules, and colorful anything. Oh. And money. There’s a...

Unselfie Christmas: Coaching Tips

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This Christmas season, we are collecting your coaching tips for how to have an ‘unselfie’ Christmas. Below is a running list of your submissions so far. We pray this list is inspirational, and helps you to develop some of your own ‘unselfie’ Christmas traditions! Check...