Too Poor to Wash?
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Too Poor to Wash?

Imagine having to face the choice between heating your home or cooking food for your family. These are the choices continually faced by people suffering in poverty and debt in our communities. Two thirds of our clients who are on utility meters told us that, before CAP’s help, they couldn’t afford to heat their homes....

Ramond & Jackie Givan Update
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Ramond & Jackie Givan Update

Click here for their Latest Prayer Update: February 2015 Raymond and Jackie have four grown-up daughters and worked as medical missionaries in the Rift Valley, Kenya (1996 – 1998).

Change
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Change

Are you a person committed to change? This time of year, we’re all thinking about change. We’re going to change our diet, go to the gym, and finally lose that unwanted weight. We’re going to change our spending, budget more tightly, and finally save up that extra cash. We’re going to change our schedule, make...

Making Resolutions
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Making Resolutions

It’s that time of year again, that time of year when we examine what we don’t like about our life and make a resolution to change it in the New Year. Can be I honest with you? I think your New Year’s resolution isn’t going to be as effective as you hope it will, if...

E3 Prayer Letter (Dec 14)
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E3 Prayer Letter (Dec 14)

Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. (Colossians 4:2) Primary Schools Thank God for how lessons went in Baltimore, Armoy and Gorran Primary Schools. Pray that as the pupils reflect on what they have been studying in the last few weeks, they will see how it can impact their lives. Please pray for me...

(3) A Lifestyle of Community
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(3) A Lifestyle of Community

We’re in the middle of studying Hebrews 10 and defining four gospel-centered lifestyles. The first was a lifestyle of devotion, last week was a lifestyle of action and today is a lifestyle of COMMUNITY. “And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as...

(2) A Lifestyle of Action
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(2) A Lifestyle of Action

Last week I started a series in Hebrews 10 where we’ll examine four different ways to live if the gospel is true. The first was a lifestyle of devotion; today is a lifestyle of ACTION. “Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful.” (Hebrews 10:23) It’s...

(1) A Lifestyle of Devotion
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(1) A Lifestyle of Devotion

If you were to outline the book of Hebrews, you would see that from 4:14 to 10:18, the author builds an extensive argument for the high priesthood of Jesus. At the conclusion of that argument, he begins the next section with the words, “Therefore, brothers, since…” (10:19). In other words, here’s what the author is...

Questions
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Questions

Sometimes it’s irritating; other times it’s encouraging. Sometimes it’s exhausting; other times it’s enlightening. But it’s altogether impossible to avoid – human beings ask questions. If you’re a parent, you know that little children ask questions all the time. Sometimes their questions are innocent – “Where does milk come from?” Other times, their questions are...