Tag Archive: mission

Feb 21

Learning how to help others & loving our “neighbors”

“It is more blessed to give than to receive…” (Acts 20:35) Recently, our children assembled hygiene kits for students in Africa as part of a special service project. These hygiene kits are given to students that come from far away to attend the International Evangelism Centre in Salika, Tanzania. At the Centre, these students prepare …

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Oct 06

Finding our faith, holding on to hope

Finding our faith

Hebrews 11:1 says, “Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.” Faith and hope are needed for healing in relationships. At Intermountain, we focus a great deal of energy on bringing healing to the relationship between parent and child. Furthermore, I know from both personal …

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Jan 30

Troubled Minds by Amy Simpson… a book every church leader should read! [Part 1]

Troubled Minds

As I work towards a greater understanding of connecting churches with the children and the families that Intermountain ministers to, I occasionally come across something so brilliant or compelling I want to pass it on to as many of you as possible. Amy Simpson’s book, Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s Mission (2013), is …

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