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“May I do whatever I want with your schedule?”

Last week as I was working out on an elliptical machine, I was listening to a sermon, and I believe God used something the pastor said to speak directly to me. The pastor posed a question that made me pause … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Unrest

We live in a small neighborhood that is located on the edges of Madrid. It is one of the older and poorer areas of the city, with a high population of people 65 or older. Communities like ours are experiencing … Continue reading

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Bible School Seminar in Valencia

Every trimester our Bible school (Escuela evangélica de teología) hosts a Saturday seminar at different locations around Spain. The seminars or “encuentros presenciales” give students an opportunity to get to know one another and their professors outside of the virtual … Continue reading

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Tracking Time with Toggl

One simple tool I use in order to keep myself accountable with time is called Toggl. It helps me monitor all my activities or ministries, even down to the more insignificant details. At the end of every week, month, and … Continue reading

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Let’s Not Grow Weary

Julie and I have been singing a song to one another these days. It’s a children’s tune from Steve Green in his Bible verse series, and we’ve enjoyed as much, if not more, than our boys. It is Steve Green … Continue reading

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Slow Down You Move to Fast

In 1966 Simon and Garfunkel released a song called “The 59th Bridge Song.” It also had the alternate title of “Feeling Groovy.” I remember the lyrics of the song because I listened to it on the radio when I was … Continue reading

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Much More than a Preaching Conference

This last weekend I (Chad) travelled to a camp/retreat center with an elder from our church named Kike. We arrived and greeted some 60 other pastors and elders, and we learned that everyone was really excited for the opportunity to learn more about expository … Continue reading

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