Dorothy Owen de Ymaz November 29, 1923 - April 25, 2016 OBITUARY Dorothy O. de Ymaz, b. November 29, 1923, passed in peace on April 25, 2016, in Little Rock, AR. She is survived by her beloved son, Mark DeYmaz...

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  1. Remembering Mom: Her Journey. Heart. Tears. Prayers.
  2. 7 Tips for Speaking Out as a Multi-ethnic Church Pastor/Leader
  3. Don't Wait Too Late to Consider Succession
  4. Ken Hutcherson: Mentor and Model
  5. Introducing The Multi-ethnic Christian Life Primer
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Remembering Mom: Her Journey. Heart. Tears. Prayers.

Dorothy Owen de Ymaz November 29, 1923 - April 25, 2016 OBITUARY Dorothy O. de Ymaz, b. November 29, 1923, passed in peace on April 25, 2016, in Little Rock, AR. She is survived by her beloved son, Mark DeYmaz...
    

7 Tips for Speaking Out as a Multi-ethnic Church Pastor/Leader

On Thursday night, November 20, 2014, President Barack Obama announced a decision to take executive action affecting millions of undocumented immigrants currently residing in the United States. Then just four days later, on Monday night, November 24, 2014, a Grand...
    

Don't Wait Too Late to Consider Succession

"Every pastor is an interim pastor," says my friend Willam Vanderbloemen, founder and president of The Vanderbloemen Group author of the new book, Next: Pastoral Succession That Works, co-authored with Warren Bird. In this insightful video William explains why the...
    

Ken Hutcherson: Mentor and Model

Earlier today, Dr. Ken Hutcherson, founding pastor of Antioch Bible Church in Kirkland, WA, passed through the gates of glory after a more than ten year battle with cancer. What you may not know is that Ken played a major...
    

Introducing The Multi-ethnic Christian Life Primer

All over the United States, and even beyond, Christ-followers are embracing the vision of local churches that reflect the heart of God for all people on earth as it is in heaven, beyond race and class distinctions. Yet few tools...
    

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