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“Theology on Fire”

The combination of mist and wind made for a chilly friday afternoon when Glowing Heart arrived at Cornerstone. It didn’t warm up much for the rest of the weekend. We quickly unloaded our equipment and finished set-up with haste. Once

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A View on Differences and Similarities

I love long road trips. They relax me. This trip was a little less than relaxing though, because instead of the usual two-vehicle caravan Glowing Heart travels with, we were all together in one van– for five and a half

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Our Home

One of the most common things that surprises other people about Glowing Heart is that not all of the members go to the same college, church, or are from the same area. We go to school at UTA, Tarrant County

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Spiritual Warfare in the Jim Ned Valley

It’s no coincidence that our DNOW material this year is a discussion on spiritual warfare, the wiles of the devil, and the victory of Christ, because our weekend in the Jim Ned Valley was filled to the brim of all

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CWC Operation Reality 2015

“So shall my [the LORD God’s] word be that goes out from my mouth;    it shall not return to me empty, but it shall accomplish that which I purpose,    and shall succeed in the thing for which I sent it.”

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South Park Summer Retreat 2015

God is a great designer. Actually, He is the Grand Designer. He has designed the universe, the ecosystems, humans, and all creatures. He designed numbers and their functions, physics and sound waves, chemical reactions of the brain and language itself.

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Sand Springs DNOW 2015

Two of the luxuries of having DNOWs with churches we are familiar with are as follows: we have already formed relationships with the students, and we get to see them progress over the years. Our energy isn’t spent so much

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Support Glowing Heart – Special Edition

Dear Glowing Heart Family and Friends, Over the last 28 years Glowing Heart Ministries has traveled over one million miles through 15 countries and many states. During our travels we have ministered to and along side hundreds of thousands of

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PaceSetters – High School Week

My first “taste” of PaceSetters was last summer, when I visited the camp for the day. And even before my first full PaceSetters experience, I was at Winter Reunion in January. Both times I came back feeling refreshed and at

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PaceSetters – Middle School Week

I’ll never forget my first week of Pacesetters. Two busloads of middle schoolers rolled into the camp on that Monday afternoon and it was “go time.” We got everybody situated into the right cabins, into the right groups, and into

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