Alison Dellenbaugh

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Reputations Under Construction

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It is not always enough to avoid speaking falsely of others. To be truly kind, we must sometimes go over and above, making efforts to speak well of them. 

 

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When God Sent Bread

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Psalm 37:25 says, "...I have never seen the righteous forsaken or their children begging bread.” If I was having trouble buying groceries, did that mean God didn't care?

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22 Things a New (or Not-So-New) Believer Should Know

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Once you're a follower of Christ, there is so much to learn and discover. Some you can only learn by experience, but it helps to know what you can at the outset, to point you in the right direction. Here are some important things for a believer to know, along with links for diving into various topics further.

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When It Feels Like God Won’t Act

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Closed doors and unanswered prayer can make us suspect that God has rejected our prayers, or has no good plans for us. But often He is working behind the scenes to bring much better things out of our wait.

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Pentecost and the Harvest

How the Feast of Weeks Foreshadowed the Harvest to Come

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The Feast of Weeks, also known as Pentecost, was a festival instituted by God in the Old Testament to celebrate the harvest. When God sent the Holy Spirit at Pentecost as described in Acts, He simultaneously ushered in a new spiritual harvest.

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Tillie Burgin: Saying Yes to Jesus

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For the better part of a century, Tillie Burgin, founder and Executive Director of Mission Arlington, has been saying "yes" to Jesus in ways that have changed communities and thousands of lives, one person at a time.

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Take Up Your Cross

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We often think of “taking up our cross” as doing our least favorite tasks. Or putting up with some kind of stress or inconvenience. But a cross is a means of death. It is death to our selves and our own interests. All of them, if they’re not Christ's.

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Ecclesiastes - Poem and Video

Video directed by Alex F. - Featuring Alex F. and Julian B.

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A video of a poem for 2 voices, one speaking from the point of view of Ecclesiastes, and one adding a New Testament perspective. Transcript and many verse references included.