1. Decmeber 30, 2003 morning
    © 2003 InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA

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  2. How do faith and ethnicity intersect? Is ethnicity a biblically-valid part of our identity? Is God colorblind? This video by InterVarsity’s Multiethnic Ministries and twentyonehundred productions explores why ethnicity matters from a biblical perspective.

    An accompanying discussion guide is available athttp://mem.intervarsity.org/resources/ethnicity-matters-video-and-discussion-guide.

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  3. Ram Sridharan gives a rousing call to faith. Using the parable of the Prodigal Son told in Luke chapter 14, Ram outlines the sinfulness of the younger and older son, and the forgiveness of the father. It’s a story many of us are familiar with, but Ram infuses it with freshness and conviction – in this story that Jesus tells we see our own sinfulness and the overwhelming Grace of God.

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  4. From Urbana 12

    Being trusted to carry a task through to completion with care and integrity is a big responsibility. The intern who is asked to deliver a package across town undamaged is expected to do so. Likewise, we are expected to respond to what we learn from scripture with care and integrity, putting into practice what we learn.

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  5. Article for Mission Frontiers January/February 2014 edition about the need for Bible translation into sign languages.

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