Updates and Information from around IPHC Discipleship Ministries

It’s In the Sound

Written by Debbie Burpo It’s Oklahoma…where the wind comes sweeping down the plains. Recently, while finalizing notes for an upcoming conference, sounds of the wind were louder than normal. I could hear things bouncing around in my yard and suddenly something crashed into the side of my house. I quickly got up to go see...
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The Power of His Words

Written by Deborah Adams God, your words amaze me! When I read the Bible, the meaning of your words can pierce my soul with light and love. It has the power to open my eyes to the wellspring of my own soul where rivers of living waters pour forth and are evident in the tears...
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V4E at Holmes Bible College

On Thursday, October 4, 2018, the Vision4Education event at Holmes Bible College in Greenville, South Carolina, began with the dedication of “Leggett Way,” which is the road leading into and through the campus, in honor of the late Bishop James D. Leggett and his wife, Faye. Following his years of service as the General Superintendent...
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V4E at Emmanuel College

Each year IPHC Women’s Ministries leaders gather in Franklin Springs, Georgia at Emmanuel College for the Vision4Education event. On Friday, October 5, 2018, Ethan Weaver, Lydia Adams, and Emmalee Bell performed the opening song “Glorious Day” and Michaela Dove gave the welcome and invocation. President Ron White then delivered opening remarks, reporting on a great...
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Discipling our Children in the Way of Christ

Written by Dr. Michelle Anthony Nothing is more important than discipling our children. Discipleship is the mission we have been entrusted with in the Great Commission and our children are our first priority in this endeavor. As we look at the example of Jesus we see that although all were invited to follow Jesus, only...
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All Generations Thoughts

Written by Stephen Jones   I believe there were eleven pews on one side, twenty-two total. They were arranged in two sections with a center aisle and two narrow aisles along the outside walls. Stained-glass windows lined those white-washed block walls and each one was marked on the bottom with a small memorial marker. That...
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Arise, Wake Up!

Written by Summer Sneed   In Mark 5, we read the story of two people who had life-changing encounters with Jesus: a suffering woman and a sleeping girl. The woman’s life was difficult and full of misery. Her identity in her community and culture was defined by her deteriorating physical condition. This made her unclean...
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