Soul Care Recap || guest blog by Connie Milchling

From my view it was amazing!  On Saturday, November 16, 620 women assembled in the Main Auditorium to carefully and prayerfully consider being “fearfully and wonderfully made”.  The morning was a picturesque display of Kingdom partnership as administrative, ambience, caterers, coffee-brewers, facilities, safety, presenters, speakers, teachers, tech-team, worship team members, and many ministry partners collectively […]

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What Will Heaven Be Like?

Ahh … good question. A question that is quite a bit above my theological pay grade to answer, and above most people’s pay grades to answer. That doesn’t mean people haven’t tried. From time to time you hear about someone who died and went to heaven and had a tour of heaven and then they […]

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No Ordinary People

There are no ordinary people. You are not ordinary. You have never met, nor will you ever meet, an ordinary person. We have said this over and over at Living Word. We didn’t think it up, C.S. Lewis did. It is just one of dozens of brilliant and beautiful thoughts from Lewis that we pass […]

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Faux Co

This past Saturday, our Fusion High School ministry hosted their second annual Faux Co. Last year a group of students asked if Fusion could host an event that would be an alternative to high school’s homecoming. This was an opportunity for us to create a platform for student leadership. A team of high schoolers came […]

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Serving in the Bahamas

Two Living Word attendees, Jay Englar and Bob Sears, had the pleasure to recently serve those in need in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian. Both Jay and Bob are chaplains with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association (BGEA). During their 8-day trip, they were part of a group of six chaplains from BGEA who were there […]

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A New Kind of Evangelical

Early in my Christian journey, and early in my preparation for working in the church and mission, I read two books that helped me understand what kind of evangelical I would be. The first was The Young Evangelicals by Richard Quebedeaux. Then some years later came The Younger Evangelicals by Robert Webber. I connected and […]

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