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Messengers of the Gospel

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Over the past few weeks, the world has been rapidly changing. While circumstances can change quickly, there are many realities that are not so fickle. One of the most important truths hasn’t changed, “Who We Are”. Over the next couple of weeks, we want to take some time to be reminded of who we are in Christ. ...

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Praying for Global Partners

Our Global Partners Need Prayer When we reached out to our global partners and asked how we can help, they asked for prayer. Each pastor from our global partners shared specific requests for our faith family to pray over. Will you join us in praying for the following requests? Harvest Croix-des-Bouquets: from Pastor Nesly Alexis Pray that God would lead us to do His w...

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What We Do: Pray

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In Proverbs 24:10 we read, “If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.” In these days, many have been swallowed up by fear and anxiety. Many have retreated to self-protection strategies. Many have turned inward. But this is not the way God’s children respond to trial. So, what do we DO as God's children? What does it look like to stand firm in the ...

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From the Heart of a Kids Ministry Director

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Take a moment and enjoy this blog "From the Heart of a Kids Ministry Director" as Melia Leichty, Radiant Kids Director, shares her thoughts on this unique season of quarantine and family time. ...

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Children of God

Who we are blog

Over the past few weeks, the world has been rapidly changing. While circumstances can change quickly, there are many realities that are not so fickle. One of the most important truths hasn’t changed, “Who We Are”. Over the next couple of weeks, we want to take some time to be reminded of who we are in Christ. We are: children of God, citizens of heaven and messengers...

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Sermon-Based Small Groups (Part 2)

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This fall, we launched our first sermon-based small group study and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Behind the movement of multi-site churches, sermon-based small group studies are one of the fastest growing trends in the American church. Clearly this approach is working in many churches across the country. The question is why? In this second part of a two-p...

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Sermon-Based Small Groups (Part 1)

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This fall, we launched our first sermon-based small group study and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. Behind the movement of multi-site churches, sermon-based small group studies are one of the fastest growing trends in the American church. Clearly this approach is working in many churches across the country. The question is why? In this first part of a two...

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God@Work Through Harvest Gives

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Over the years, the Lord has used the generosity of our faith family through year-end giving in exciting ways. Through Harvest Gives last year, our people generously gave thousands of dollars to walk alongside families within our church family who experienced various financial challenges and physical needs. Read this post to hear a few of their God@Work stories. ...

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GO! Trips: See. Strengthen. Serve.

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By the end of 2019, 46 individuals from our faith family will have participated in an international GO! Trip this year. GO! trips have both short term and long-lasting impact beyond those who go. The Lord uses these unique experiences to grow relationships and multiply ministry. ...

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A Culture of Invitation: Let's Invite People to Easter

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How do we invite our neighbors, friends, co-workers and family to Easter? How do we grow our "culture of invitation" at Harvest? Why is Easter a great time to invite others to attend a worship service? Read this blog post by Pastor Nate as he explores thoughts and practical ideas for why invitation matters and how to invite someone to Easter. ...

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