Category: Stories of Impact

March 15, 2017

Worth it.

By Matt Morrison Content Editor “If we don’t leave with our families soon, I’m not sure we’ll ever get out alive.” Farid’s words broke the pregnant silence that night between the ten underground church leaders in that small Damascus basement. In Tom Doyle’s 2015 book, Killing Christians, he writes of Farid’s true story, a journey

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September 12, 2016

How Could God Use a Tainted Person Like Me?

By Nicholas Laning There are lots of Christian terms and phrases. More than enough to laugh about. We don’t hang out, we fellowship. We pour out. Our cups runneth over. We run the race. We fight the good fight. We press into the Word. We don’t want to help a certain people or place, we

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June 14, 2016

What will you do this summer?

By Matt Morrison Content Editor I’ve been looking forward to this week for the last month.  For the first time since Spring Break, students in our area are finally out of school.  While I’m no longer in college and my son is still too young for elementary school, I still look forward to this time

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February 25, 2016

Redeeming the Later Years

It’s hard to really understand what drove Jenanna to get up that Sunday morning.  It had been 39 years since she last darkened the door of a church building, save that one Easter her friend dragged her to church and a Princess Diana Memorial years earlier.  She had felt the tug for months.  It had

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August 10, 2015

5 Tips for Coping with Reentry

By Matt Morrison Matt is the Content Editor for e3 Partners and participates in short-term missions to Europe. After ten days in Romania, I was settling into my final leg of the journey home – an eleven hour flight from Frankfurt to Dallas.  Our team had an amazing week offering medical clinics to the community

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