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27April 2012

by: Jace Hudson

What fuels death defying devotion to global missions?

Last week in my post on T4G (Together For the Gospel), I highlighted David Platt’s message on global missions (video/audio). This week I want to circle back and  highlight David’s message again. Yeah, I think it’s that good. This young preacher from Alabama stood before more than 8,000 of us and told us the one simple, overarching truth he wanted to convey: that a high...

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19April 2012

by: Jace Hudson

Together for the “Underestimated” Gospel

Two weeks ago Dave, Mark, Andy, Marty, Jared and I had the privilege of joining over 8,000 pastors and ministry leaders in Louisville, KY, for the fourth Together for the Gospel conference. The speaker  roster included Ligon Duncan, Mark Dever, Al Mohler, and our own C.J. Mahaney, as well as Thabiti Anyabwile, Matt Chandler, Kevin DeYoung, David Platt, and John Piper. As would be...

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13April 2012

by: Brian Vander Weide

Finishing Well

When it comes to home improvements or vehicle repairs, I don’t mind rolling up my sleeves, pulling out the tools, and diving right in. For me, there’s a lot of satisfaction in diagnosing why the washing machine isn’t draining water (usually a bad timer) or the coolant is mysteriously escaping from the minivan (cracked hose or leaky water pump). I’ve found it’s...

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5April 2012

by: Marty Machowski

The Gospel Story curriculum is published!

Finally, after nearly twelve years in the making, the first copies of the Gospel Storycurriculum rolled off the presses and were sent out to the churches who pre-ordered. Just this past week, Charity Imfeld placed our church copy on my desk. Although I am listed as the author, a lot of folks in Covenant Fellowship participated in the creation of this curriculum. It all started back in the...

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2April 2012

by: Doug Hayes

Mighty to Save

As most readers of this blog would know, my role on CFC’s pastoral team is to lead a separate nonprofit organization we’ve established called Covenant Mercies, which partners with indigenous churches in the developing world to care for orphans. Through our Orphan Sponsorship Program, we are presently caring for nearly 1,000 fatherless children in Uganda, Zambia, and...

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