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ALL IN: United in Truth! Week 3

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Read along with us over the next several weeks as our leaders share passages of Scripture that unify us and point our hearts toward the Lord and his truth as we anticipate moving to three services. Let's be praying the Lord will further advance his gospel on the west side of Indianapolis. ...

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Pray With Us: 2018 Go! Trips

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This summer we have the joy of sending teams to our international partners in Georgetown, St. Vincent Island and Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti. Our teams will be able to see how God is working in and through our brothers and sisters around the world, serve alongside our brothers and sisters in hopes of helping them on their mission to reach their neighbors with the gospel of J...

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Why Should I Consider an International Ministry Trip?

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International Ministry Trips allow opportunities to serve believers around the world, to see how God is working in and through them for his glory, and to strengthen and encourage them in their faith on God’s mission....

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Praying When Disaster Looms

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Pastor Nate helps us pray as Hurrican Irma looms in the Caribbean....

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Training Haitian Church Planters

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Harvest Indy West is partnering with one of these church planters, Pastor Nesly Alexis, to plant Harvest Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti. What an amazing opportunity, privilege, and joy it was to spend the week in Haiti with these pastors....

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The Holiday Season With Friends and Family: Encounter or Opportunity?

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Holidays spent with family and friends can be times filled with joy, celebration, conversation, and glorious feasting. Holidays spent with family and friends can also be times filled with sadness, regret, confusion, conflict, and bad fruitcake. Navigating the holidays with others can be filled with delight and difficulty. How do you view the time with family and friends ov...

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