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Making Disciple Makers

Retirement. A lot of things come to mind when we picture this stage of life. Rest. Relaxation. Pastimes. What Brent and Terry could not have anticipated in their young careers was that retirement for them would mean extensive time in prison—prison ministry that is.

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Fight for Your Family

“To Fight for Your Family, for us, means to raise our children up to know and live by the Word of God,” Karen shared. “This includes living our lives and leading by example each day. In a lost world, we must do whatever it takes to fight against the attacks of the enemy.”

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Analysis Paralysis

We all know reading the Bible is one of the most important and valuable things we can do to grow our faith and invest in our relationship with God, so in this new year, don’t focus on the minute details of reading through the Bible. Let go of the pressure we put on ourselves, keep it simple, and pick up your Bible each day.

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Happy New Year

2020 is in the rearview mirror, and 2021 is finally here. I am sure that I can hear you shouting “glory” right now! One of the reasons we all love a new year is because it marks a new beginning full of fresh possibilities and opportunities. But each year is also accompanied by its own set of challenges. And with the lingering impact of COVID-19, the uncertainties of 2021 are weighing on all of us.

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All Things New

The end of a year has always been the perfect time to reflect on the past and prepare for the future. And with the coming of a new year, resolutions have become quite popular. Some resolutions are to eat healthier, work out more, save money, spend less, etc. But, as many of us have experienced on a personal level, these are some of the most commonly broken resolutions.

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These blogs take on a variety of topics–from the book of Revelation to how Bellevue is in action around the city of Memphis and beyond. Check back weekly for new blogs.

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