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More Than a Song: Worshiping with Our Lives

Posted by Meagan Lingenhoel on

Oftentimes, when believers think of the term “worship,” their minds immediately turn to music. The beginning of a church service (otherwise known as a worship service) is usually filled with songs of adoration that lift up the name of the Lord. This expression of praise certainly is...

Impact Stories: Panama Camp Week 2019

Posted by Emily Ross on

Recently, a team of seven from The Bible Chapel returned from a week of serving with the Word of Life Camp in Chame, Panama. Every year, Word of Life hosts hundreds of children, many of whom come from the poorest inner-city conditions in Panama City, and gives them a fun-filled week of games...

The Call to Love in 2019

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Posted by David Brennan on

I have been on staff at The Bible Chapel for over nine months now. At first glance, you may be thinking that this is no big deal; but for a 22-year-old, recently graduated, single man, this is an enormous deal. I have felt God’s calling to serve Him in vocational ministry for six years and...

What are you looking for this year?

Posted by Nate Stevens on

A new year is here. I don’t know about your experiences, but New Year’s Eve parties have been a lot of fun in the Stevens household. One of the most memorable for me was the night we said goodbye to the 1900s. If you remember, there was a computer glitch that many feared would reset...

The Incarnation: GOD With Hands

Posted by Ron Moore on

Tiny hands waving about uncontrollably. A shrill cry piercing the damp air of a borrowed cave. A peaceful smile on the lips of a mother wearied by labor. A mysterious smile on the face of the mother's husband who has helped deliver a miracle. The Incarnation: God confined to an infant. Growing...

Rejoicing in a Weary World…

Posted by Brad Rine on

One of my favorite Christmas songs is O Holy Night. It’s a beautiful and powerful song, and I wish I had the talent to do it justice when I sing, but I try anyway. The reason I am drawn to that song is because of one line in particular: “a thrill of hope, the weary world...

“The Best Way to Spread Christmas Cheer…”

Posted by Maria Stockman on

I sit amidst what can only be described as a Christmas explosion: a room full of new toys, crumpled wrapping paper thrown aside, and plastic containers that once trapped the hottest toys of the season. “SANTA!!! I know him!” blares through the room as we watch Elf for the third time...