Work as it Was Meant to Be

Job got you down? Do you sometimes have to drag yourself out of bed to get ready for work? Are some days at work sheer drudgery? You’re not alone. Everyone has experienced this. We have seen in Genesis 3 that work has become laborious as a result of mankind’s sin....

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Contend.

Deprecans supercertari semel traditae sanctis fidei. Do you know what these words mean? Above is the crest for our newly-formed Northwest Institute of Christian Studies. At the top of the crest is the Latin phrase, which is the motto of the school. Interestingly, we were challenged to these very words...

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Let the Mountains Sing for Joy

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1 Let the rivers clap their hands, Let the mountains sing together for joy Before the Lord, for He is coming to judge the earth; He will judge the world with righteousness And the peoples with equity. Psalm 98:8-9...

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Prayer in the Park

“Throughout Scripture, in the life of every saint, of God’s own Son, throughout the history of God’s Church, God is, first of all, a prayer-hearing God.” —Andrew Murray, The Ministry of Intercession If we learned anything from this year’s Church in the Park, it’s that we have a prayer-hearing God,...

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Having Eyes to See

Every Sunday I stand before you and see your faces for 40 minutes or more. I see a lot; body language that is sometimes open and sometimes closed. I see facial expressions which reveal a great deal. Some I can read like a book. Others are harder to decipher. There...

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