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Duty or Delight?

Sabbath rests allow for the percolation of ideas that prove invaluable for the future of all. The Creator wove our need for Sabbath into human DNA. The times of reflection let us adapt through life-giving, truth-spreading worship (John 4). Our supposed “fixes” by working harder, physically resting longer, or growing in social influence do not match the enduring remedy of God.

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Expectancy

Two small girls saw Verlin with his full beard and red sweater and said to their mom with expectancy, “Santa Clause!” Their expression of wonder and excitement reminds us to be awed with expectant hope. Remembering the intense fervor and longing of others, we too await the advent of the true, great presence who inspires awe and praise.

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Sunshine and Shadow

Finding the balance of sunshine and shadow in all missionary service challenges each member of a family who serves in an overseas cultural context. Treasuring the important while maintaining the essential as illustrated by the disparity of the life led by the missionary and those with whom they serve that this update shares.

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Servants Leading

Many in our times use talk of popularized principles of servant leadership to galvanize different followings. Few rub shoulders with servants who lead ministries that transform lives to learn how the institutions of family, church, and government service change for the better. The majority in this world think a domineering “strong man” form of leadership is a “must-have” to establish organizational direction. Nothing could be farther from the truth when establishing institutions that endure and dominate through centuries. Read how enduring change happens in the Republic of Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa through a CHSC ministry.

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