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Racial Reconciliation and Beyond!

I have now been the AMD (Association Missions Director) for two years and three months. I have had two big events take place in this role. One of which I want to share with you now and the other I will share next month. Both are very exciting and have now given me a sense [...]

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Mission-Minded for 2016!

Hello Church, Two-thousand sixteen hasn’t slowed down one bit! We have been extremely busy getting several mis- sion trips lined up for the new year. The rst one will be in Vancouver, Canada, where I am taking seven pastors on a vision trip which is through NAMB (North American Mission Board) and Broadmoor Baptist Church [...]

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2014 Annual Meeting Highlights

The 2014 Annual Meeting was a huge success! I am so thankful for Brian Tillman and Riverbend Church! The facility was perfect, the food was cooked to perfection, and all those who helped serve truly exhibited the love of Christ to the ninety or so people who were present for the meeting. As always, there’s [...]

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EBTC Missions Camp

The fun has begun at the Ervin Brown Training Center. The Annual EBTC Missions Camp began on July 7, 2014, under the leadership of the facilitators, Jamie and Jenny Mullen, who were assisted by Christy McCullough and a whole host of teen counselors and counselors- in-training. The 1st and 2nd grade students had camp on [...]

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Being Active & The Gospel

With warm weather arriving, I see an abundance of people outside either playing or working out or both.  Whether it’s a tee-ball team practicing or someone training for a triathlon or just walking in the neighborhood, all over our area people can be seen getting active. This is not just a chance to get in [...]

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Mosques in America

My friends America is a different place. As I was scanning through Twitter the other day I discovered an alarming booklet.  My discovery was of The American Mosque 2011 Report by Ihsan Bagby.  The book discussed the latest trends of Islam and Mosque development from 2000 to 2010.  Needless to say, I was shocked by [...]

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Peace Time vs. War Time

Over the past few months we had the privilege to welcome home many of our Military Personnel.  America’s finest men and women have been serving overseas for a number of years defending our countries freedoms.  One can rest assured that each of these men and women received the best training before their deployment.  Through their [...]

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Reflections on South Asia

Over these past two weeks I had the incredible opportunity to travel to South Asia.  The purpose of my trip was to encourage a few missionaries who were on the field as well as work among the national partners.  I quickly discovered that what I had to offer was not sufficient for the task ahead [...]

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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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Missions In Our Own Back Yard

This year has started off great!  I am so excited to tell you that we are developing a new ministry as part of the X-tended Missions Network.  We are developing the X-teded Community Fellowship.  This ministry serves as an outreach tool and an avenue to share the love of Christ throughout Desoto and Tate County. [...]

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