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A Chance to Love Refugees in Boise

Come and enjoy an international picnic at Winstead Park, in Boise, Saturday, May 10, 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Our goal is to connect with the refugee community in Boise and love them toward Jesus. Come a…
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Obamacare and the Christian Divide

Some people love it. Others hate it. Some say it’s about time. Others say it’s a sign of the end times. Christians are divided on Obamacare for various reasons. Interestingly, both pro and…
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Footprints in the Sand at Omaha Beach

June 6, 1944. D-day. The allies stormed the fortified beaches of Normandy, France. Under blistering machine gun and artillery fire, thousands of soldiers threw themselves into this battle for a beachh…
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Discarded Treasure

Someone found a coin from an unknown country so they threw it away. However, someone found it, cleaned it up and took it to a coin dealer who told him it was worth enough for him to retire before he r…
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A Community Garden

I was walking downtown yesterday, praying for our city. I asked God for a fresh vision of what it means for us (City Church) to live fully loved by by God, together in community, on mission with J…
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Loving Teens Fully

Our world is changing. It has changed drastically in the ten years since I was a teenager. Teenagers and youth culture are moving targets. Unfortunately, the Church is struggling to hit that target. T…
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What We’re Singing About

Last week I posted the lyrics to an original song we recently started singing on Sunday mornings. I hope and pray this is the first of many songs that come out of the City Church community, because …
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Jesus, Politics, and the Pulpit

A friend posted a question on Face Book: “What do you think? Should pastors, out of concern for the poor, preach against the immorality and poverty-creating policy of Obamacare?” I felt c…
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