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On October 25, 2013, British explorer Ben Saunders and his fellow adventurer Tarka L’Herpiniere set out to retrace one of the most ambitious and dangerous polar expeditions of all time. In 1912, British explorer Robert Falcon Scott attempted to journey … Continue reading
Reading for Monday, Sept 24: 2 Cor 5 This is absolutely my favorite chapter in the Bible. Which means I’ll have to work really hard to keep this from being a massively long post! Paul’s comments about the ministry of … Continue reading
From a recent Missional Journal article, “Everything Changes”, written by David Dunbar: “What is crucial here is that mission is not first and foremost a job description for the church, but a reference to what God is up to in … Continue reading