Busy, or Empty?

In ministry, we sometimes wear our busyness like a badge of honor – comparing how many trips, miles, conferences, speaking engagements, and meetings fill our calendars. The truth is, a busy schedule doesn’t equal a full life, as seen in the miracle of Jesus turning water to wine.

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Collaboration: How To Boost Success In 2018

Collaboration: how to boost success in 2018

Increasingly as we’re seeing ministries work to overcome these barriers, many end up self-reflecting and returning to their original vision. This return to original vision kicks the door wide open for collaboration and understanding that we are better together than we are alone.

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Mom, the ‘One’Hope, and the Presence

Mom, the ‘One’Hope, and the Presence

France is my favorite place in the world. However, after losing my mom two years ago, it’s now almost torturous to visit. It’s where mom and I grew the closest during my tween and teen years.

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Why The Church Can’t Be Colorblind After Charlottesville

Why The Church Can’t Be Colorblind After Charlottesville

When tragedies happen and the topics of race and equality come up, people tend to say things like, “I don’t see differences. I see everyone as equal,” or, “I am color blind. The color of a person’s skin doesn’t matter to me.” While I understand the sentiment behind such statements – you don’t judge people based on their skin color – I feel this kind of thinking is causing more harm than good.

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5 Essentials for Marketplace Missions

5 Essentials for Marketplace Missions OneHope

There’s been a huge shift in how business and missions intertwine. No longer can missionaries simply plan to find employment in the field. In most places, they must now create an enterprise that will serve the population in order to gain access to the people they desire to reach.

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When You Can’t Fix What’s Broken

When You Can’t Fix What’s Broken

We wonder why God has chosen to bless someone else, but not me or the church or ministry I am a part of. We compare and wonder why other people were chosen, and we were passed over.

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