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January 5, 2016
Happy New Year! This morning as I prayed for God's miraculous power on your life and for the miracle we need for the Jerusalem Prayer Team, I heard these ancient words of Scripture ringing in my ears...
December 22, 2015
The first king over Israel, Saul, was given a massive task as the leader of God’s people. Yet, he did not undertake this responsibility alone. It is true that where there is no vision the people perish, but it is also true that where there are no people, the vision perishes...
December 8, 2015
The Festival of Lights—Hanukkah—is now underway, continuing this year through Monday, December 14th.

While there are, perhaps, more religious holidays in the Jewish faith than any other religion from Yom Kippur to Rosh Hashanah to the Fast of Gedalia, one of the more recognizable celebrations of Jewish tradition is not religious in nature. Rather, Hanukkah celebrates a nation’s heroes and the miracle they experienced!
November 30, 2015
Throughout the Bible we read of people who took what they had and gave it to God. A shepherd's staff in the hand of Moses became a mighty instrument of deliverance. A sling in the hand of David brought victory over Goliath. A little boy's lunch placed in the hands of Jesus fed thousands of hungry people.
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