Category Archive for: ‘January 2014’

Portrait: Rev. Lee Johnson

  I grew up in Kingsport, Tennessee, as a United Methodist. My loving parents taught me the Word, but it was not until the summer after my sixth grade year that the Lord called me to Himself. It was during a youth retreat and a sermon series on King Saul where God drove home to my heart that going through …

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Portrait: Rev. James Sawtelle

I was born September 24, 1964, in Craig, Colorado. My parents are the Reverend Gene and Sharon Sawtelle. I am the third of six children. At the time of my birth, my father was a Baptist minister serving a small country church in Craig. Shortly after that my family moved to Anderson, California, and, apart from a brief sojourn in …

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CONGO ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND “Commit to the Lord whatever you do and your plans will succeed”. Prov. 16:3 The United Reformed Churches in the Congo (URCC) rejoices for what the Almighty Lord does for her as a church this season. We recommend the Congo Economic Development Fund (CEDF) Project to the Lord so that we can succeed. We convey our …

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Are You Out of Your Mind?

“And the Lord spake unto Aaron, saying, Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest ye die: it shall be a statute forever throughout your generations: and that ye may put a difference between holy and unholy, and between unclean and clean…” (Leviticus 10:10) The …

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Biblical Personal Finance: Earning and Spending for God’s Glory

Biblical Personal Finance: Earning and Spending for God’s Glory Rev. William Boekestein  Imagine what the people of God could do if their financial houses were in order. That paraphrase of a question often asked by a popular financial advisor is meant to be an exercise in hopeful anticipation of what actually could happen. If the question doesn’t sound very “spiritual” …

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