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Pastor Training in Kenya...

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Cru Ministry Update


Campus Outreach Ministry UCLA Campus Opening Countdown A gust of wind blew through our open windows, prompting me to pause and look up from my computer. Rustling through the jacaranda trees outside, the breeze carried with it a distinct crisp, stealing the once sultry heat of summer. A stone's throw away was UCLA, a campus that was just beginning to stir from its hiberna...

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Pastor Training Ministry Update

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Training Pastors internationally and locally...

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Ministry Update from Aleksei Kuznetsov


Refreshment with Family August is the month when we try to be together as a family and get some rest before continuing with the ministry. We had a chance to go to Crimea and enjoy the sun, sea and warmth. This year we practically did not see the summer in St. Petersburg; the warmth passed us by as well. Time spent with family is priceless. We had a chance to spend time wi...

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Ministry Update from Sean Ransom

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Training Men to be Expositors of God's Word Preaching Modules in Davao and Cebu The week flew by as Tim Carns and I taught the second of six modules on Expository Preaching and Pastoral Ministry. Tim is the Pastor of Missions and Discipleship at Calvary Bible Church in Burbank, who sends him out regularly to help TMAI training centers. We are blessed by his commitment to...

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What's Your Mission?


Go and make disciples of all the nations You know the scene Ethan Hunt listening to some sort of recording device which begins with the words, "Your mission, should you choose to accept it " followed by specific instructions to carry out the operation he's been given. And as the smoke rises from the device, Hunt embarks without hesitation on his new assignment. From that...

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The Relentless Pursuit of Holiness


In the Christian life, there are always two unhealthy extremes that we must guard against. On the one hand, we must guard against legalism. Legalism is the belief that in some way, shape or form, our performance either saves us, or keeps us "in the right" with God. The religious leaders of Jesus' day were condemned by our Lord for a self-righteous, superficial "righteousn...

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The Duty of Parenting


Is it enough to simply love your child? Having been involved in Children's ministry for more than 20 years, I have come to realize that the vast majority of parents have a deep and sincere love for their children. They demonstrate this love by making sure that their children are well taken care of; they feed them, they provide shelter for them, they put clothes on them, t...

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2016 VBS Recap


What a Blessing! We had a great time this year at our Vacation Bible School. Watch the video below to see a recap from Pastor Brock Bolde. ...

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Women's Conference Recap

WM Life on Life Conference

Life on Life: Nurturing Women for Kingdom Growth ...

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