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Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation: The Isaan Thai

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In Every Tribe, Tongue, and Nation, a new monthly series, we meet one unreached people group from somewhere around the world. Unreached people groups have no access to the gospel, people who live in a culture with less than 2% of the population confessing Christ as Lord and Savior. Yet Jesus will be worshipped by people from every tribe, tongue, and nation (Rev. 5:9). This...

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Music & Ministry

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This past July (11th-19th), I had the joy of leading 24 people from four Sovereign Grace Churches* in an E-team to our sister church in Nassau, Bahamas. This was a glorious gospel partnership with Kingdom Life Church as we set out to create a weeklong music day camp that would gather Bahamian children with hopes of sharing the love and gospel of Christ while encouraging mu...

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Meet the Class of 2016

The peaceful summer quiet of the Sovereign Grace offices has been abruptly and loudly interrupted—and we couldn’t be more grateful. The men of the Pastors College Class of 2016 have arrived, and with them much exuberance, laughter, and joy. And eagerness. And love for the Scriptures. And a hunger for spiritual growth. And relational intentionality. And a passio...

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Rooted & Built Up - Kingston, Jamaica

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I want to introduce you to two friends of mine, Joel Bain and Sheldon Campbell. I met Joel and Sheldon a year ago in Kingston, Jamaica. These two, gospel-centered, theologically-discerning young men reached out to Sovereign Grace, asking for a meeting so we could get to know one another. They wanted to explore what it would look like for them to be equipped to plant a Sove...

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Redeemed to Recruit

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I bleed green. That's what we say in Philly about our radical allegiance to our professional football team, the Eagles. When they are winning—I bleed green. When they are losing—I bleed green. I'm a diehard fan. When I started dating my wife she didn't have a team allegiance. I went to work on changing that. She's been bleeding green now for over 15 years. W...

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