Camps where kids get to have their world shaken!

Camps where kids get to have their world shaken!

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Talk to parents who grew up in church and it isn’t long before they tell you a story involving a camp.   Where crazy, whimsy and adventure happened… You see their eyes begin to crinkle and the sound of a giggle emerging as they remember… Camps where kids get to have their world shaken! They are spaces were we get to engage with…

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What does the Bible say about Baptism?

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Baptism isn’t a new thing. It has existed for about 3,500 years; 1500 years before Jesus. But it took on a new significance with Jesus. Ritual immersion in water, or baptism, represented a powerful and frequently used religious symbol in ancient Israel. It was a ceremony to symbolize purification and the removal of sin and was sometimes used as an…

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Jesus’ presence silenced prejudice

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“I don’t want my children using public buses to get to school because it might mean they have to sit next to kids that go to government schools.” “I need to mix with people more like myself.” “I’m not sure that I want that type of child near my children.” My heart just breaks when I hear these kinds of statements….

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Will you pray for our youth?

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The kingdom of God is present in our youth. One of the beautiful activities that Jesus performs on planet earth is bringing lost souls into proximity to his heart. He loves to be close to the broken hearted, the one that is lost. I love the words of Trevor Hudson, “Many people believe that Jesus is far more interested in…

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Betrayal

Betrayal

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Betrayal is so common these days. I watch people break open.  Their soul a mess. Betrayal runs a sword so deep within the human soul. It paralyses the human soul.  The soul, that part of us that connects us to others, to our world, to our God becomes paralysed.  We find ourselves no longer relating to others as we once did….

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