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Would You Join Me In Prayer?

Dear Readers, We began the year with a word that this would be a year of breakthrough. We have certainly seen that in our church with the Holy Spirit moving in power, perhaps more than in the almost 8 year … Continue reading

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The Blessed Life

I believe that God has called us to pursue His blessing aggressively but perhaps it might look a little different than you expect. In Luke 15:11-31, Jesus shares a parable about two different people who did not believe the father … Continue reading

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The Story of the Birth of All Peoples Church-part 1

I am continually asked the question of how God led us to San Diego to plant this unique church called All Peoples.  Here is part one of the several part story.   By 2005 we were well underway planting US … Continue reading

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Don’t let the fall season cause you to fall

  Whether you like it or not, the fall season is upon us.  Through the years, I have seen people have three different reactions to this faster paced, activity-full season. The first is those that are completely overwhelmed. As school … Continue reading

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Being a People of Extravagant Honor

This past Sunday at All Peoples Church, Kendall Laughlin preached on being a people of extravagant honor.  He spoke from 1 Peter 2:17 “Honor all people, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the king.” The act of honoring someone is … Continue reading

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Applying This Sunday’s Message On Parenting

On Sunday, Jimmy Seibert gave a message on intentional parenting (You can listen to the message HERE) at All Peoples Church.  In the middle of his message, he brought up Caleb (his nineteen year old son) who shared his perspective from … Continue reading

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Powerful Peru

    Every night at our family devotional time before the trip we would go around the table and each of our children would ask God to do something specific in Peru.  Hallie prayed the same thing every time, that … Continue reading

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