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  • By Ryan Samaniego A few months ago, I received a call from a man with a roof leak who lived out in the country near Augusta. When I arrived at the appointment, he was eager to hop on the roof with me to get to the bottom of this leak he was

  • By Emil Bergquist When something exciting, surprising or special happens to us, we tend to want to tell others. When we receive a personal blessing, we celebrate. When we feel an earthquake, we tell others what we were doing or where we were

  • By Emil Bergquist The phrase “Back to School” brings plenty of memories to mind. New friends, experiences and cautions from parents are just a few of them. Back to School seems to always come with those last minute directives to keep

  • By Mark Cathey Last week, I was privileged to attend the Century II simulcast of this year’s Global Leadership Summit with our pastors and several other members of our church leadership team. The Summit is an annual two-day event presented by

  • Sweet summertime. Cold sodas, 105 degree weather, and fun days hanging out with high schoolers and middle schoolers. I know how summer goes. Even if I am just the intern. Summertime has always been one of my favorite things. Everything that it

  • “Come, follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” –  Matt. 4:19 Several months ago, my wife Renee and I were asked if we would be interested in spreading the gospel to kids in Albania. Wow! It came out of nowhere. “Can you go to

  •           This past January, my wife Alexis and I purchased our first home. Nestled in an older neighborhood in west Wichita, the house sits on a half-acre, has mature trees to provide shade from the evening sun, and is from the 1960’s. One of

  •           If the world is full of people who like to talk, then the internet is full of people who like to blog. So why shouldn’t we join in on the conversation? The idea is really simple, we want to use as many avenues as possible to

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