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The story of God can be found in the stories of His people.

Taking Pastor Thomas to Cuba

Here’s a beautiful story of how God is using the ministry of Pulpit Rock Church to change the world. Bob and Becky Tillman traveled to Cuba and brought with them one of Thomas’ sermons to teach a training to Cuban chaplains on handling anger in a Godly way.

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What loving the homeless looks like during a pandemic.

We may be in the middle of a pandemic, but our Salvation Army Meals teams (including a new PRiSM team) are still providing meals to our homeless neighbors at the Salvation Army shelter each month. The process just looks a little different now. And they still need your help!

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Crayola Creations and Life Transformation

Molly Windle shares about her recent trip to the middle east and a moving story of how a school at one of our partner Lighthouses is using art to demonstrate the powerful life transformation happening there for refugee children.

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Neighboring Well While Social Distancing

Have you found yourself avoiding eye contact with people as you avoid physical contact? Are you finding it hard to neighbor well with the new rules in place? Here’s a resource to help. May it be that other side of this, we have become better, kinder, stronger neighbors and friends.

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A Love Without Filters

Erin Ahnfeldt shares about how God used his friend Scotty to remind him of the truth … we have a “Lifter of our heads” who wants us to see Him, because when we look at Him, the mess of this world won’t be so consuming.

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Easter and the New Normal

There’s been a lot of adjustment the past few weeks. And while we cannot celebrate Easter weekend together in person, we encourage you to embrace the new. Don’t just “settle” for less, but truly dive in. Because what we are celebrating is the same, regardless of how we celebrate. And this year, if you let it, all the new might mean you experience Easter weekend in a deeper and more powerful way than ever before.

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