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January 2009

Back From Haiti

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Robert asked if I wanted to share about my trip to Haiti.  I really would like to do that but I am finding it hard to actually articulate what it was like meeting Frankie as our son for the first time.  The best things to do is probably direct you to my personal blog in case you want to catch…

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Wayfarer Camp update – Jan. 28

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Two big things that are happening this week with Wayfarer Camp at Anderson University: *You’ll start hearing advertisements for Wayfarer Camp at Anderson University on The Sound of Light radio program. We’re excited to let this audience know about Wayfarer Camp. Thanks to our friends at Anderson University for helping us line this up. *For churches who have already signed up…

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Engage preview – What is Flirt?

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February is a time for flirting – for showing interest, for trying something new, for attracting something better, and for wondering what could be. We flirt when we entertain with ideas or possibilities or relationships with other people without really committing. We even flirt with God sometimes – living in the air and the opportunity between Him and us. But…

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Engage returns Feb. 2

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 It’s hard to believe how quickly January is flying by – and that means it’s almost time for Engage to return. Engage begins its spring season Monday, February 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Handlebar. We’re starting off with a three-part series called Flirt. We’ll give you more info on what Flirt is all about here on the blog tomorrow,…

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Is it too late to apologize?

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Chad Norris writes: Every once in a while, I do something so stupid that I actually can’t believe I’m human. At the end of the Engage season, when we celebrated the release of David Walker’s CD, I decided to get Chris Brooks back for something he did to me. Chris had hurt me physically and emotionally in front of 9 children. He tackled me so…

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Kim Heading to Haiti Today….

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I’m posting this one today, so the family news for this week is that I’ll be heading to see Frankie this weekend.  The Rhodes family is in the process of adopting him from Haiti.  You can follow our journey here.  Here is a post today that I put on my blog. This is my friend Jamie in this picture with…

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Weekly Wayfarer Camp update – 1/21

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Another week means even more momentum for Wayfarer Camp at Anderson University. This week we welcomed Bethlehem Baptist Church to the list of churches that have registered to camp. We’re excited that Will Gunter and his group will be a part of this experience. We’ve filled more than 350 spots at camp already, but there’s still room for more groups….

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A visit from NAMB

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Our friends at the North American Mission Board are at the office today talking about projects for 2009 and beyond.  In the past two years, we’ve developed a relationship with NAMB by writing curriculum for the Connect evangelism initiative and also evangelism training curriculum for Power Plant camps. We’re thankful that Chad Childress, Jonathan Wilson, and Jack Blankenship braved the…

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