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Check the Pulse

According to Aubrey Malphurs, Dave Olson, and others who track such trends, between 3,000 and 4,000 churches die and close their doors every year. These are old churches and new churches. These are traditional churches and contemporary churches. These are rural churches and metro churches. While this certainly reveals the need to strategically plant new [...]

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The Keswick Journals: Aged Materials, Timeless Message

Today, Americans are faced with all things new. We are attracted to new gadgets, new vehicles, new homes, new buildings and more. We love the shine of a new laptop and the smell of a new car. Isn’t it funny how there is even an air-freshener for your car that is suppose to smell like [...]

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