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Source of Light Center: English Class – Klas Anglè

This past June, my mom and I had the opportunity to join a group going to Port Au Prince to teach English to students at the Source of Light Center. Our group used research-based methods of teaching, along with music and Bible lessons, to enhance English-speaking skills. While many of the kids already have a wealth of English words in their vocabulary, it was great to see them learn a few more and be so engaged in the lessons each day.

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Ed Jordan: What is God Up To?

Most of us have had some events happen in our lives to which we react with disbelief, confusion, frustration, or anger. The first person we address is normally God, either consciously or subconsciously asking: “What is going on? Why is this happening? Why are you doing this to me?”

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A Pastor’s Reflection: Missions Connection Celebration (MC2)

I appreciate the goal of the camp, which I believe to be leading young people into conversations about what it means to know and follow Jesus Christ while giving them the opportunity to both experience and share in tangible ways that good news message through mission and ministry opportunities.

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Ed Jordan: Friend Me for Real!

I venture to say that for many of us, it is more important to have friends than to be a friend; but in reality, being a friend to others creates friendships. The truth is that we are creatures created to be in relationship with God and in relationship with other people.

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Welcome to the BGAV: Arise RVA

The Arise Movement is a network/movement of missional communities (microchurches), primarily located in Richmond, VA, that function autonomously in reaching various neighborhoods, people groups, and cities.

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Ed Jordan: Helping Improve Your Church

Here Paul describes our Christian journey as moving forward and upward beyond what we have already achieved, and continuing to strive toward the goal of becoming like Jesus. This requires discipline (straining forward), it involves holy improvement (the upward call of God), and the process lasts our entire lifetime.

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