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Hurricane Harvey Response

09/11/2017 Volunteer Information for Crestwood Baptist Church, Lumberton, Texas Volunteer Release How You Can Help What to Bring     09/08/2017 This week I received a phone call from a friend and fellow ministry leader named Aaron Beazley from Lumberton, TX .  Aaron shared with me how devastating Hurricane Harvey has been to his community.  Hundreds of homes have been destroyed and thousands of people are in need of help.  Aaron is an Associate Pastor at Crestwood Baptist Church (www.crestwoodbc.com) in Lumberton which is just outside of Beaumont, TX.  He called to see if any from Arapaho Road Baptist Church…
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Devos from Israel: Final Passage

Written by Emily and Kevin Kusunoki, Ministry Residents Below is a post lifted from Emily and Kevin’s travel blog from their time together in Israel. Enjoy! — Well, it’s finally time to say goodbye to Israel. We are in our final two days but it’s been a wild and fun ride. Tomorrow we’re going to do an archeological dig in Shiloh to help a team look for remains of where they think the tabernacle might have sat. The day after that is a free day, where we will walk the streets of Jerusalem one last time. On this trip we’ve seen…
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Devos from Israel: The Beatitudes

Written by Emily and Kevin Kusunoki, Ministry Residents Below is a post lifted from Emily and Kevin’s travel blog from their time together in Israel. Enjoy! — The Mount of Beatitudes. What was once a hill filled with 5000 people listening to the words of Jesus is now a banana grove. A highway runs right through the mountain and few, if any, tour groups can be seen on the site. This was quite a contrast from virtually every other historical location we’ve seen in Israel because of its relative emptiness! But it was on this unassuming hill that Jesus gave…
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This is a Holy Moment

By Nicole Nieman, Children's Ministry Assistant Day 3 of preteen camp is often referred to as ‘hump day.'  It’s that day that you start to really feel the fatigue and the effects of the sun.  It’s also the day that you start to realize the end is in sight.  For some kids that want to live at camp that is a sad realization, for the homesick kids they can see that finish line, and for the tired counselors they can hear their own beds calling their names.  Oh Day 3.  Tonight day 3 for me meant reassurance.  Reassurance that I am…
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