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10 Ways to Intentionally Engage Your Neighborhood … Near and Far

  Everyday Laboring Tips | Neighborhood, Community and World Kingdom laboring doesn’t have to be laborious. More than anything, Kingdom laboring is loving others out of the up-close love relationship…

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Do You See What God Sees?

I have to admit, I’m a little biased when it comes to certain stages of The Experience.  I love the one-of-a-kind adventure that unfolds when students travel to international locations.…

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Easter people, let’s get busy living! 

  The celebration of Jesus’ death and resurrection last Sunday was meant to be the first of many new beginnings in the unfolding story of God’s Kingdom. Rather than letting…

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Soul Excavating

I came face to face with a lie a few months ago that went something like this: “If I don’t stand out, I won’t get picked for the team.” A…

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Unfamiliar Ground

I’ve covered some unfamiliar ground over the years, places that have made me grapple with my humanness in relation to others. Places my life experiences, college degrees or Wednesday night…

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The Great Involvement

   Rolling up Your Sleeves with God   The Bible tells us the story of ordinary men and women who exuded great passion for the Kingdom in their ordinary lives…

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Story: Your Prayers Make an Impact

At Forge, we believe that prayer is the work that changes things.  Below is a recent event report from Dwight Robertson, Forge’s Founder and President, that shares real life examples…

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Damion, a 2015 Experience Teammate

With The Experience only 6 weeks away, we ask for your prayers over each and every teammate as they continue to fundraise and ask God to prepare them for what…

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A Flower

God put seasons, cycles and rhythm into this earth and into you, just like He did into me. Life starts for flowers when a seed falls to the ground and…

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He Chose Me | Palm Sunday

This can’t be right. I’ve never had anyone ride me before—I am not ready. And what’s worse, the Passover festival is beginning and there will be people everywhere! What if…

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Living Sacrifice, by Robert Gelinas

The cross, the path of suffering and the death Jesus endured, was not just a metaphor or a mere symbol—it was real obedience, it was true love, it was for…

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Annie, a 2015 Experience Teammate

The Experience is almost two months away! As we approach the summer, we’d like to invite you into the story God has already been writing in the lives of our…

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For the Path

Although the path of a Kingdom laborer may be narrow and unseen at times, Jesus said we’d find it by faith. Although the path may lead through desert or green…

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Holy Moments

It was an ordinary day and an ordinary evening for most of the world, but everything changed that holy night when Jesus was born.  We, too, are asked to live…

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A Different Kind of Christmas List

Do you often wish that gift giving during the holidays could find a little more meaning? I’m not talking about being able to find the perfect present for someone you…

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How Will You Give Thanks Today?

Those both near and far from God will celebrate a holiday of thankfulness today … will you be one whose praise reflects an eternal perspective and offers something different around…

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Let Light Shine Out of the Darkness…Part 3 from the Amazon

Many thanks to TB, a former alumni who is on mission to reach villages in the Amazon, for sharing his journey with us through these posts.  TB recently concluded a conference with…

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Feeling Foreign, Thoughts From the Amazon Part 2

Are your values and norms of this world, or of God’s Kingdom? Below is Part 2 from TB, a former alumni, who has been bringing the gospel message to villages in…

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Thoughts from the Amazon

Stay tuned for a three-part series from TB (a Forge alumni), about the unfolding Kingdom story God is writing.  TB, his wife B, and their four children, have been on…

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Awkward and Over It

A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you…

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