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The Myth of Christian Disunity: More United Than Advertised

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the last in a six-part series about unity in the Body of Christ. The views expressed in this series are the author’s and are not…

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The Myth Of Christian Disunity: Bridging the Catholic-Protestant Gap

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fifth in a six-part series about unity in the Body of Christ. The views expressed in this series are the author’s and are not…

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The Myth Of Christian Disunity: The Theological Divide

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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is the fourth in a six-part series about unity in the Body of Christ. The views expressed in this series are the author’s and are not…

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God Must Reveal

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About four years ago I branched out from my current missions base and began to go to various parts of the City of Cincinnati.  Part of our family’s mission is…

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How did you celebrate Christmas?

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by Jason Hamilton (DMin), Director and Founder of The Bridge Foundation Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Bridge Foundation! If you’re in America, you most likely celebrated this…

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What Is Discipleship Training School?

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By: Raymond Billy This winter, I will be staffing a Discipleship Training School (DTS) for the third time. The school I’ll be a part of is on the campus of…

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Death and Glory

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  So you want to be a missionary, huh? The glory, oh the glory, but what about the underwear, or the lack there of when you forget all of yours…

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Adoption. If I Were Starting Again.

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We’ve been on the adoption train for a remarkably long time.  I say remarkably because it just doesn’t seem like that long….the best experiences in life seem to pass quickly,…