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Something Happened While I Was On The National Mall

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By Chuck Klein The word “together” can trigger a whole lot of images in people’s minds. But one image that will stick with me a long time was what I saw on the National Mall in Washington DC on July 16, 2016. The crowd was massive, on the young side, people from every race, many standing, some sitting in what was later described as oppressive heat. But for most the heat didn’t seem to bother them, solely because their attention was on something else – the leaders on stage who were pointing everyone toward Jesus Christ. It was called Together…

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The Truth About Campus Ministry

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The first time I ventured into campus ministry I was nervous. I didn’t know what to expect, what to do, or how the kids would respond. I was like a lot of youth leaders: I wanted to reach out to students, especially those who didn’t know Christ, but my experience and skills were lacking. Being a bit uneasy I did what any anxious person should do… I prayed. It was the best decision in campus ministry I ever made. A friend told me of how he would travel into the mountains to find a place to pray. “Gives a good…

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Responsibility to Share

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Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:18-20 Perhaps you already know these verses in Matthew 28:18-20. Many Christians know the Great Commission. Many preachers have declared, “go, witness, and share Jesus with others.” We know Jesus wants…

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A Young Scientist Meets an Old Saint

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I met him on a recent flight, and our light banter soon turned more serious. “Having a more rationale mind, how do you see faith in God playing a part?” I asked. “Not at all,” he confided. “If I can’t prove it, I don’t believe it.” Sebastian is a recent high school graduate, and one of just ten students chosen last year from a pool of 60,000 in a robotics contest, to be honored by the inventor of the Segway. Brilliant, a scientists’ mind, he said he wanted to someday invent the newest prosthesis. He told me he had no…

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3 Dot Theology

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Have you ever known a dude who meant well, but couldn’t quite connect the dots socially; someone who was sincere, naïve and, well, but not all that bright when it came to relationships? Usually we feel bad for this kind of person because he doesn’t quite get it. He tries hard asking that out-of- his-league girl out but doesn’t catch the non-verbal cues that she is just not interested in carrying on a conversation or going out or whatever. He just can’t quite connect the dots. Wait, that sounds like me in high school! But sometimes not connecting the dots can actually be a good…

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Prayer is Huge!

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“We have a prayer plan, we have been meeting before and after school three days a week to pray for every single kid in school.” These are the words of Rachael, a high school senior living in Metro Minneapolis. She and her youth group have been planning a school wide outreach to share the good news of Jesus with friends. They call it My Story. “The power of prayer is huge. We have a list and we go through and pray by name for all the students. Prayer is super, super powerful. And through this prayer I have developed a love for my whole…

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