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Ministry or Missions: There is a Difference! Part One

6 billion, 1.7 billion, 258 million, 5.6 million, – all numbers that keep me up at night. They keep me up because each number represents people, a lot of people; […]

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Hearing the Nations Among Us

One of the incredible things about being on mission in New York City is the opportunity to share the Gospel among the nations. All the nations of the world are […]

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Embracing New York on 9/11 Weekend

Recently I had the opportunity to lead 16 North Carolina Baptist women on a mission trip to New York City. The women represented ten different NC Baptist churches and ranged […]

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It Takes a Village, or a City

Last week I spent four days in New York City nailing down the final details for Embrace’s September mission trip to the City. At this time last year I made […]

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Why support the NC Missions Offering?

      Jesus has not called us to cheer others from the sidelines of a church pew, but rather to go, serve, pray, give — to keep a Kingdom vision as […]

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To the ends of the earth

On a recent trip to Washington, DC, my parents and I visited the Natural Science Museum of the Smithsonian Institute. While my mom and dad were examining fossils and animals […]

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Ministry or Missions: There is a Difference! Part Two

In Part One, (link) I raised the question, “Could it be that the church is spending millions of dollars and sending tens of thousands of volunteers to engage in activities […]

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A Reason to Go

“All these died in faith, without receiving the promises, but having seen them and having welcomed them from a distance . . .” – Hebrews 11:13a Ever since I was […]

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Ministry or Missions: There is a Difference! Part One

4.5 billion, 1.7 billion, 258 million, 5.6 million, 6,072 – all numbers that keep me up at night. They keep me up because each number represents people, a lot of […]

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