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Identity: Part 4 – Irenic

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I heard someone say that the best advertisement for the Christian life is how Christians get along. The same person then said the worst advertisement for the Christian life is how Christians get along.

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Identity: Part 3 – The End Goals

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We are unified around what we believe about God and who we are in God through our faith in Jesus. We are also unified around our mission. We use the term “ends” to describe this mission of the NAB.

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Identity: Part 2 – Our Beliefs

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Our unity with each other is based on our unity with God in Jesus Christ. We share a common faith in Jesus and a common view of what we believe.

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Identity: Part 1 – Why the NAB?

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I often get asked, “Why should my church be a part of the North American Baptist Conference?” The Scriptures are filled with verses that speak about our connection to one another as God’s people.

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Update on Gaudios

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Unity is easy when there is uniformity of opinion; unity is difficult, and all the more important, when there is a divergence of opinions among the body of Christ.

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You’re Cordially Invited

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A few years ago, my wife Carissa and I stepped into our church planting journey. After years of serving students in northeast Ohio, we sensed God was inviting us into a new and fresh challenge.

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Jim Renke Retires as RM

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My days as a Regional Minister in the NAB Conference are coming to an end on September 30, 2021. This ministry was the capstone of a life lived in fellowship with my NAB brothers and sisters.

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Missional Life Reimagined

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Kingdom Community is a new church in Lodi, planted by One-Eighty out of a vision for their city’s broken neighborhoods. This new church is deeply connected with One-Eighty’s Intentional Neighboring program.

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