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A call to fast and pray Good Friday

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Going through Holy Week during a world-wide pandemic is a surreal and daunting task. So many are suffering in overwhelming ways. Medical workers and other public servants, not to mention all sorts of essential workers who are keeping the wheels of society turning, are daily at risk of contracting Covid-19.

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Grace in Detroit

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I was in my teens when I first came across Psalm 13 in my student Bible. I’ll never forget the feeling of seeing words in print in my Bible that matched the swirling of emotion I felt going on inside me during a particularly challenging season of life. I had not been taught this in Sunday school; I thought surely that my questioning of God’s presence – or, more accurately…

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Kingdom Partnerships Flourishing Amidst Coronavirus

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As we look ahead to 2020, hear from NAB Executive Director Dan Hamil as he shares about seeds that have been planted in the past year and beyond that we believe will yield significant fruit in the coming year.

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Announcing the Union of Taylor Seminary and Sioux Falls Seminary

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I was in my teens when I first came across Psalm 13 in my student Bible. I’ll never forget the feeling of seeing words in print in my Bible that matched the swirling of emotion I felt going on inside me during a particularly challenging season of life. I had not been taught this in Sunday school; I thought surely that my questioning of God’s presence – or, more accurately…

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Choosing to Lament

by: Lisa Schmidt

I was in my teens when I first came across Psalm 13 in my student Bible. I’ll never forget the feeling of seeing words in print in my Bible that matched the swirling of emotion I felt going on inside me during a particularly challenging season of life. I had not been taught this in Sunday school; I thought surely that my questioning of God’s presence – or, more accurately…

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A kingdom response to coronavirus, daily prayers, and more

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For many, Covid-19 seems to produce two opposite reactions: A kind of cynicism that minimizes the actual risk and ignores those who are most vulnerable to the disease;

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A Response to Barna’s Study, Where Do We Go From Here?

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We who represent Jesus Christ often pray for His influence in our nation. But in light of that desire, it seem…

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Helping you self examine

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When I was on staff at Grace Community Church in Detroit, Michigan, I loved how the church leadership pursued having a worship stage that reflected the diversity of church attendees. There was a significant African American population at the predominantly White church.

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