The Power of Words

How much of your day is influenced by words? Maybe your day, like mine, progresses something like this: Devotions/reading plan on YouVersion Skim headlines on a device Read/write a Tweet Email, email, email! Study/read for my doctorate Watch the news or a TV show I’m surrounded by words all day, every day. Some are important, […]

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Through Leaders

This summer we convened more than 180 leaders from 46 countries around the world for a week of learning and refreshment in our commitment to Christ and spreading the Gospel. Since our last convention nearly 6 years ago, attendance more than doubled requiring monumental outlay and logistics for this event. But the investment was critical […]

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The secret to balancing family and ministry

My dad and I recently went on our annual “Mahi massacre” fishing trip. For many years we have set sail excited about quality father/son time, the thrill of the sport, and some really good eats. But it’s also a chance for us to get out on the open waters. We can breathe deeply and think, […]

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Transitioning through the change well

Thoughtfully shifting 20th century missions practices to a 21st century paradigm If you are a pastor, staff member or even a volunteer at a church, chances are you have inherited a few things that might be in need of updating. Whether it’s the archaic marquee out front, the tattered felt-lined offering plates, or the roster […]

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Syria: How can we help the children in Crisis?

Read part 1–Children in Crisis Last year, OneHope partnered with Near East Initiatives (NEI) to conduct a qualitative research study so we could better understand the complex needs and actual challenges faced by refugee children and families who fled from the war in Syria. The outcome of this study is to equip faith-based organizations with […]

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