Updates and Information from around IPHC Discipleship Ministries

“Mentor for Life” Book Review

Book Review – Mentor for Life by Natasha Sistrunk Robinson By Kaleigh Bishop “Imagine: what would happen if every Christian committed to making discipleship a priority in his or her life and local church? What would happen if Christians embraced mentoring as a means of holistic discipleship, through which we captivate the minds of individuals...
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Bitter to Blessed

By Keith Marriner Recently, I’ve been doing a bit of studying on the book of Ruth. In case you’re not familiar with the book, Ruth is in the Old Testament. It takes place during the time of the judges in Israel (see book of Judges for more about this time-period). The period of the judges...
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Disaster Relief Deploys to Florida

Disaster Relief USA (DRUSA) is deploying to Immokalee, Florida. Based upon reports from pastors in the Naples, Florida area stating that there are widespread electrical outages and no running water, a declaration was made earlier today. The need for hot meals is urgent. The South Carolina Mobile Feeding Kitchen, North Carolina’s Cooking Team and Cornerstone’s Mobile...
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Discipleship Ministries Promotes See You At The Pole 2017

this article was adapted from the SYATP website, with permission.  See You at the Pole™, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten students praying at their school. Twenty years later, millions pray on their campuses on the fourth Wednesday in September. See You at the Pole™...
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Hurricane Harvey Update- On the Ground in Houston

DRUSA’s Mobile Feeding Kitchen has been in full swing since Sunday morning, September 3rd. Located just outside of Houston, at Oasis of Hope PHC in Webster, Texas, the Kitchen has served 4,600 meals in just the first two days. For those of you who may not have any reference, when the Kitchen is deployed to...
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Disaster Relief USA Update- Hurricane Harvey

Hurricane Harvey began its siege against the Texas coast on Friday, August 25th, with winds up to 135 miles per hour. Officially classified as a category four hurricane, Harvey hit some of the most populated cities in Texas including Corpus Cristi, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. The torrential rain has caused major damage with many...
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