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You Can't Do Life Alone

It feels like we’re all left to our own devices these days (pun intended). I have personally grown in my dependence upon objects/apps over the last few years. I can tangibly feel the digital world dulling my responses to daily experiences in lieu of the pictures I see from the lives of every Norwegian I follow on Instagram. Science is starting to show my sense of direction is diminishing because of my dependence on GPS (read this). And apparently my ability to hear my wife while in the same room decreases exponentially in proportion to how close my phone’s screen is to my face.

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Blogstephen murray
Reflections on Being a Disciple of Jesus and The Deaths of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and the Dallas Police Officers

If you are like me, the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castille of this week have left you in shock, tears and disbelief. Then, as someone who lives in Dallas, the deaths of Dallas Police Officers Lorne Ahrens, Michael Smith,  Michael Krol , Patrick Zamarripa and DART Police officer Brent Thompson happening on streets that I have walked so many times, it is hard to know even where to begin.

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Love God, Love Life, Live Generously - Antioch ATX

Here at Antioch, our heart is to listen to the Lord's voice and go where He sends us and that's what the Antioch International Movement of Churches is all about. One of the newest church plants that is taking place right now is Antioch ATX and we wanted to give you a Q & A with the pastor, Jady Griffin, so that we can sow and be apart of what the Lord is doing in Austin, TX.

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A Life of Adventure with Jesus

The first time I visited Arkansas I had a panic attack. Now unless you’re visiting a Wal-Mart in the backcountry, Arkansas isn’t exactly a state whose people or scenery incites fear. Nevertheless, crossing the border from Texas during a long road trip, I realized I had never been through the state before and started freaking out. That scary feeling of entering the unknown would become even more familiar in the ensuing months.

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BlogJohn Jordan
Summer Worship Music

Here are some great worship albums to take you back to your first love. Whether you're looking for a new album for your quiet time or some jams for that glorious 75/635 commute.  I love finding a 45 minute window in my day to connect with God over an entire album. These albums are great to listen through while doing anything your life consists of. If you intentionally set your heart before God while you listen you'll begin to grow in an awareness of who He is and who you are before Him.

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Blogstephen murray
10 Skills Every Husband Needs to Learn To Build A Thriving Marriage

Marriage is an incredibly beautiful and incredibly challenging relationship. Often times there are skills we need to learn to help our marriages flourish. In years of counseling couples, here are 10 I have found important for husbands to learn. 1. Leave your father and mother. Genesis 2 points to one of the foundational acts of marriage being leaving. In Hebrew, leave means ‘forsake dependence upon’. What area/s do you need to forsake dependence upon father and mother in order to build this new relationship?

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BlogANTIOCH ANN ARBOR
10 Tips For Normal People In Sharing The Gospel

Romans 10.14-15 14 How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? 15 And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”

These are ten tips that have helped me in sharing the Gospel and I hope they inspire you!

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Good News For Authenticity

As we come to our text for this week in 2 Corinthians, we find a people that are unsure about the authenticity of the gospel. Specifically, they are unsure of the authenticity of the Apostle Paul’s ministry and therefore his message of good news in Jesus. How can a messenger of God go through so many trials and appear to be so weak? In their culture, troubles meant divine displeasure. How do we know this is the real deal?

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BlogJoe Paolino