The 68Mission: Part 3 – What Does It Look Like?

This is the 3rd article in a series called “The 68Mission.” The series examines the potential impact of Micah 6:8 on the church today. In “Part 1 – God’s Case Against His People,” I described how Micah 6 is presented as a covenant lawsuit that God is bringing against Israel in Micah’s day. In “Part 2 – The […]

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The 68Mission: Part 2 – The Nature of God’s Requirements

This is the 2nd article in a series called “The 68Mission.” The series examines the potential impact of Micah 6:8 on the church today. In “Part 1 – God’s Case Against His People,” I described how Micah 6 is presented as a covenant lawsuit that God brought against Israel in Micah’s day. Micah 6:8 establishes God’s most […]

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The 68Mission: Part 1 – God’s Case Against His People

In a recent study of Micah 6:8, I came across a 27-year-old journal article (“An Expository Exegesis: Micah 6:6-8,” Faith and Mission Vol. 2, No. 2) written by Elmo Scoggin on the passage. This important verse is part of a larger context—a “covenant lawsuit.” God has brought a lawsuit against his people, and he plays four […]

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Bulldogs Care!

On July 1, the town of Anton, Texas was devastated by a massive hailstorm. Hail the size of softballs destroyed roofs, busted out windows, and damaged cars. The wonderful people of west Texas came together to assess needs and provide immediate assistance. Many needs are ongoing, however. The Anton High and Elementary School still needs […]

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Wisdom in Relationships (Proverbs 3:27-35) [Podcast]

The most difficult thing you will ever deal with is people. Love. Revenge. Empathy. Bitterness. These are just a few of the complex spiritual dynamics that impact our lives every day. In this third message from the series “Proverbs: Gear for Life,” Dr. David Rhoades brings to light some life principles the Book of Proverbs […]

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You Are Called To Serve (1 Peter 5:5-7) [Podcast]

Submission. Humility. Trust. These three attitudes are essential to serving others as God intends. In this twenty-third message from the series “Hope for Exiles: The Teachings of First Peter,” Dr. David Rhoades explores the riches of these qualities for the benefit of God’s people.

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