Monthly Archives: July 2012

Gospel Stories

By Betty Cho and Andrew Franklin From Betty: Sterling and Sophia hoped to make enough money that day selling “Street Spirit” to feed themselves and secure lodging that night.  I suppose it’s not unusual to come across homeless people like … Continue reading

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Why Plant Churches?

“Then Jesus asked, “What is the kingdom of God like? What shall I compare it to? It is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his garden. It grew and became a tree, and the birds … Continue reading

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Gospel Power, Gospel Academy

I’m still growing.  Recently, God brought an area of spiritual un-health to my attention and I began to pray for healing.  With what I believe to be the insight of the Holy Spirit I was able to connect up some incidents in my … Continue reading

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Defining “the Gospel” Well.

Like most teachers of the Bible, I notice the word “gospel” comes out of my mouth with great frequency.  Most of the time people seem to understand what I’m talking about but, in private moments I wonder if I’ve sufficiently … Continue reading

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Good Friday

In The Jesus Prayer,  Author Frederica Mathewes-Green writes about hungering for God’s presence but not experiencing it: “Picture yourself walking around a shopping mall, looking at people and the window displays. Suddenly, you get a whiff of cinnamon. You weren’t … Continue reading

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