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Coats for the City deadline is October 31

Friday, August 15, 2014 The third annual “Coats for the City” is scheduled for Dec. 11-13 in New York City. Coats for the City is an event hosted in partnership ...

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There’s No “MY” in Kingdom of God

If you are a sports fan, you’ve heard the old cliché a thousand times – “There’s no I in TEAM.”  While the cliché may be ancient, it’s still packed with ...

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A Check for Charlie

January 2, 2014, was a big day in my life. So big it even called for a name change. In one moment, just before midnight, with the drawing of one ...

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Moldovan leaders pray for ‘strength to stay,’ continue ministry

VADUL LUI ISAC, MOLDOVA – He scanned the crowd gathered for the revival service and his gaze rested on a man with a beard. Pastor Andrei Ciobanu wasn’t quite sure ...

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Pilot project to identify UUPGs in N.C. metro areas

When Bob Lowman moved to Charlotte about 15 years ago to pastor he was not all that familiar with unreached, unengaged people groups, or what it would take to reach ...

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U.S. churches must choose between missions, death

Baptists must turn back to God and get on mission with Him soon or they will die. That was the stark message presented by missions leader Joe Dillon to hundreds ...

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New York Vision Trip in April

With 8.5 million inhabitants who speak nearly 500 languages, New York City is one of the most diverse and influential cities in the word. Metropolitan New York is larger than ...

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N.C. women prepare to embrace Boston

Although the team was briefed on Hinduism before entering the temple in Jackson Heights, Queens, Wendy Mitchell was surprised to see all the different gods lined up along the wall. ...

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Church Planting is About Relationships

I read that in 1948 George de Mestral was out on a hike. As he returned home he noticed his pants were covered with burrs from Burdock plants. Being an ...

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Despite struggles, Woodside pastor would ‘do it all again’

NEW YORK – Every time Trinidad went to work at the Laundromat on 48thAvenue in Woodside, Queens, she couldn’t help but notice Iglesia Bautista Nueva Vida across the street. As ...

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