To Lynchburg and Beyond: Update on Global Missions
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To Lynchburg and Beyond: Update on Global Missions

by Andrew Moroz God is doing amazing things all around the world, and we get to be a part of it! Not only do we have our Fall Festival, our next local outreach event, coming on October 31, we have also been sharing several global updates on recent Sundays, and we wanted to continue sharing...

Not Just Groceries: When One Blessing Spurs Another
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Not Just Groceries: When One Blessing Spurs Another

Living out the gospel of Jesus in both action and speech has been at the core of our mission at Gospel’s Connecting Point ministry since its inception. By meeting the needs of our immediate community, we have a bridge that helps pave the way for sharing the gospel of Jesus and prompting spiritual conversations with...

Creating Rhythms of Remembrance
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Creating Rhythms of Remembrance

By Abby Barr, Director of Operations I’ve found that the older I get the more forgetful I become. Just as my life has become more complicated and packed than ever, my mind has also become sleep-deprived and sieve-like. To combat my chronic amnesia, I go to great lengths to keep myself on track. I have...

First John: From Death to Life
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First John: From Death to Life

“We know that we have passed from death to life because we love our brothers and sisters.” 1 John 3:14 From death to life: this is the story of those who have received the good news about Jesus. Every local church is a family of sinners made saints. Followers of Jesus are those who have...

A Holistic Approach to Fasting and Spiritual Disciplines
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A Holistic Approach to Fasting and Spiritual Disciplines

As a 21st century, American culture, we have become obsessed with food and image. It takes nothing more than a scroll through social media or a walk down the magazine aisle to see that something is askew. Eating disorders and disordered eating run rampant. Anorexia nervosa has the highest mortality rate of any mental health...