I WILL FORGIVE Michael Davis

“I forgive him.” Mark HeyerIf someone murdered my daughter, I hope and pray that I’d have the courage and grace to utter those three words just days after her death to the one who murdered her.  These words cut deep.  They force me to examine whether I know something about grace or actually believe in…

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Backpack Giveaway Michael Davis

On Sunday, August 13, you will have the opportunity to bless some young students in Woburn by providing them with a new backpack loaded with all the school supplies they will need for the start of a new school year.  GENESIS has committed…

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Don't need more Kendall Lankford

Why does it seem like some people have more of the Spirit than I do? Why does it seem like they have a better relationship with God and more evidence of Him working in their lives? Could it be that God has given them more of Himself and less of…

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Impossibly Simple Kendall Lankford

The Biblical message is not a very difficult one to understand. In fact, it can be summarized by a very simple word: submission. The problem is not in our mental comprehension; it’s in our sinful apprehension to truly live that way. By all…

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Growing up Kendall Lankford

Growing up typically happens in three sequential phases. First, a child is born into the world and is totally dependent upon their parents to provide everything they need. They are fed by them, bathed by them, and loved by them. They do nothing on…

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Spiritual Hypothermia Kendall Lankford

As I stood in line at Ft. Benning Georgia, waiting to hear what duty station the US Army would assign me to, I was shocked when I heard my Sergeant say: “Private Lankford, Ft. Carson, Colorado.” People dream of being stationed in CO; they…

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Go Public Kendall Lankford

One of the unfortunate symptoms of being “different” is the fear of being misunderstood. As Christians, we are wholly different than the world. They do not think or like us. Their entire worldview is built upon an entirely different set…

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Revolution Kendall Lankford

The battle was a short one. He crept behind enemy lines and snuck into the garden palace. He tricked the most powerful king and queen the world had ever known. He subjugated them and all their people in the most bitter slavery imaginable. Their…

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Living Waters Kendall Lankford

As I was preparing for Group, I saw something incredible in the text! John says:The woman was surprised, for Jews refuse to have anything to do with Samaritans. She said to Jesus, “You are a Jew, and I am a Samaritan woman. Why are you asking…

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Irony in the air Kendall Lankford

The irony of Good Friday ran so deep that we must start at the very beginning.  Jesus sat down in the garden of Gethsemane, praying to God, knowing He would die. Do you remember that all of life and human flourishing began in a garden?…

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