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Looking Ahead From A Quiet Place

Looking Ahead From A Quiet Place

When that rest has begun to do its work, I start looking forward to what is in front of me. New hopes and dreams start to come alive. Anticipation begins to build for the next season, and what might be in store.

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We’re looking for interns!

We’re looking for interns!

Christ the Redeemer is looking for several paid part-time interns to assist with youth and nursery ministries less than 10 hours per week.

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Faith At Work

Faith At Work

The environment of my new career was quite different from the years I spent in the midst of  a body of Christian believers all day, every day. And the academic question of how I could share my knowledge suddenly became more practical: How can I be like Jesus in the workplace?

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Update From the Mission Field: Mollie Clark

Update From the Mission Field: Mollie Clark

When I first met Jay over 18 months ago, she described herself as being “spiritual,” but “rejected organized religion” and was “not about the church life.” But she was open to having spiritual conversations and hearing about my walk with Jesus.

Fast forward to ServeUP 2019.

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Lay It All Down

Lay It All Down

“Then was CHRISTIAN glad and lightsome, and said, with a merry heart,
‘He hath given me rest by his sorrow,
And life by his death.’

“Then he stood still awhile to look and wonder; for it was very surprising to him, that the sight of the cross should thus ease him of his burden.”

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A Season of Rest

A Season of Rest

We do not honor God’s command to rest simply by stopping from our own personal work while others wear themselves down. We honor God’s command when we ensure that not only we, but also the others in our community can rest. This means we must be willing to (a) receive rest, and (b) give rest to each other.

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Report From Uganda

Report From Uganda

Last month, Sota Alberty and I had the privilege of visiting some of our ministry partners in Uganda with Father Malcolm. Neither of us had ever been to Africa so we weren’t entirely sure what to expect, but we LOVED it.

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Update From the Mission Field: Jeff Banks

Update From the Mission Field: Jeff Banks

The mission that God has put on my heart for Harvard is to share the good news of Jesus with curious, skeptical, or seeking students; and also to develop believing students into Christian leaders who will influence society for the years to come. Thanks in part to your prayers and support, God has been faithful to let us see some of the fruit of these labors in our students this year.

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Again! Again!

Again! Again!

We come back again this week to the greatest festival of the Christian year, the Great Triduum (“three days”), beginning on the evening of Maundy Thursday and ending at sundown on Easter Sunday. The Triduum offers an opportunity to contemplate, through thought, word, deed, and all five senses, the great acts through which we have been saved. It is an experience in which we may rightly feel anything in the full spectrum of human emotion. It is a chance to respond personally to Jesus’ invitation. It is a work of grand theater in which there are no passive spectators.

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