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October 10, 2004

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: To hop or not to hop?

A leap of faith in tiny Timbo
God is blessing a small-town church that has a big heart for missions.
BY KIRK NOONAN

Outreach pastor befriends troubled youth
An alternative day program for youth in a Vermont high school proves to be fertile ground for ministry.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

Mission K-Valley: Sharing Christ with those next door
One youth group discovers you don’t have to leave town to have a great missions trip.
BY ISAAC OLIVAREZ

The heart of a pastor
For Bruce and Patti Gunderson, ministry has always been about people, not pay.
BY SCOTT HARRUP

Smyrna: The church in fear of suffering
Early Christians in the beautiful, idolatrous city of Smyrna confronted issues still impacting the church today. Part three of our series on the seven churches of Revelation.
BY JAMES K. BRIDGES


Also in this issue
The check is in the mail
On National Ministers’ Day a pastor reflects on God’s provision.
BY LARRY HATFIELD

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