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Surviving Your Serengeti

Surviving Your Serengeti

On 1/12 logan mckenzie wrote: So many times we get the chance to share with people about what Christ is doing in our lives, but we forget to share with them how they can know Christ. There is more than just hearing about Him it’s knowing Him. Who will you share with about Christ? So many times we get the chance to share with people ... Who will you share with, or worse who didn’t you share with?

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2 Stars

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The Final Summit

The Final Summit

On 7/27 logan mckenzie wrote: Happy Birthday Week! Well, it's officially over actually. But here's a happy birthday shout-out to Paul, Megan, and Bethany! Birthday Week started back in 2009 when Paul and I, who both have birthdays on the 12th, decided to celebrate our birthdays with Bethany and Megs, whose birthday is on the 13th. ... birthday week

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4 Stars

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Take Action Bible, NKJV

Take Action Bible, NKJV

On 5/4 logan mckenzie wrote: Wow it has been busy and this week is even busier with test, projects, trying to raise support for the mission trip, quite time. It’s hard to fit it all into the day. Well Sunday was great I went and heard Joyful Sound sing and what an amazing worship service. Then Sunday night i went to a new church ... What a week

logan's Rating:

4 Stars

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Max On Life

Max On Life

On 5/4 logan mckenzie wrote: Far too many professed Christians treat Jesus like their Starbucks order. They seek the Jesus they want instead of the Jesus that is. Even some churches and denominations approach Jesus this way. It seems to be in our human nature. It isn’t truth. We must take Jesus as He really is, not as some designer ... How do you want your Jesus?

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4 Stars

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You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be

You Can Be Everything God Wants You To Be

On 4/8 logan mckenzie wrote: I was reminded of a fascinating book by John Piper called, Let the Nations Be Glad: The Supremacy of God in Missions. He begins this intriguing book discussing the relationship between missions and worship, two topics very dear to my heart. Piper says, “Missions is not the ultimate goal of the church. ... mission and worship

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4 Stars

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