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Leadville 2016

It’s 6:20 on a Saturday morning in Leadville, Colorado. The air is cold and crisp and the sun is beginning to bring light to the top of the mountains. In ten minutes, a shotgun will start one of the hardest bike races in the world. Over 1,500 mountain bikers from all over the globe are lined up in their respective … Continue reading

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Triple Bypass 2016

Have you ever thought about riding a bike for 7-8 hours? Over the weekend we had a few GoTeam members participating in The Triple Bypass Ride in Colorado. This ride is a 120-mile challenge that starts in Evergreen and ends in Avon. Riding over three mountain passes, you climb over 10,000 ft of elevation gain in the single-day event. Most of … Continue reading

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Beginner? Expert? GoTeam wants YOU!

Some seem to think that GoTeam is only for elite athletes who have been active in endurance sports for years. I wanted to set the record straight. GoTeam is about challenging yourself physically for the cause of reaching the unreached with the Gospel. It doesn’t matter who you are, or your current athletic ability, YOU can be a GoTeam member. … Continue reading

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Boko Haram–Problem or Solution?

  Recent News: Nigeria braces for escalation in terrorist attacks (HT: JRW) There is a problem in Nigeria. For some, Boko Haram is the problem.  For others, Boko Haram is the solution. I was recently in Nigeria, both in the highly “Christian” south, and also in the highly “Muslim” north.  Let me share a few thoughts on the recent global news of … Continue reading

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When worldview doesn’t change

An example of what happens when a culture’s worldview doesn’t value men and women the same way God values us — female genocide. Continue reading

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A 4 Billion Person Need

Recently, T4 Global president Ed Weaver was asked by the Issachar Initiative to address the great global need to reach illiterate and oral learners of the world. What’s the The Issachar Initiative?  From their website: “The movement exists to serve the body of Christ by bringing vision and focus so its resources are strategically directed toward the fulfillment of the … Continue reading

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That all may hear

A few years ago I was in a car crossing a long bridge over the Son River in Bihar, India, west Patna, the state’s capital. The Son River is the largest of the Ganges’ southern tributaries and there was plenty of time to watch what was going on below. I saw these people on a sand bar and couldn’t help … Continue reading

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All the world Upside Down: A Maundy Thursday Reflection

“If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet” (John 13:14) When one serves a King, one must follow the rule of that King.  When one follows Jesus, one gets an added bonus: in the incarnation, Jesus rules as King and provides examples to all of His followers of what it looks … Continue reading

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To go or not to go

The news feeds I read from Nigeria everyday have been filled with conflict. Our Christian brothers and sisters in the northern and middle belt areas of Nigeria have endured attacks by suicide bombers on churches, drive by shootings, churches burned and warnings to leave. Sadly, retaliation killings by “Christian” youth have also occurred. I have been to Nigeria more than … Continue reading

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Discipleship means showing up

Monday mornings generally mark the start of a new work week, and for me, that means a very early morning at the gym.  We meet, we pray, and we hit it hard.  Our small group builds accountability, discipline, and strength.  We set goals to increase a healthy dose of spiritual, emotional, and physical strength, and in order to enjoy it all, … Continue reading

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