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Typhoon Mangkhut: Devotional

Storms, especially powerful ones, remind us of how much we are not in control. They also remind us of God’s awesome power and majesty; which brings us to wonder when we realise that He loves us. As Christians, it could be difficult to keep these two realities of God in mind but being able to do so brings us into a closer relationship and a deeper understanding of God.

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Launch: One Another-ing

There are 100 uses in the New Testament of the phrase, “one another”. Emphasising how followers of Christ are to engage with one another, we are given a detailed account of what our relationships look like. Submit. Confess. Forgive. Bear with. Carry. You simply can’t “one another” if you don’t have community around you.

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Launch: The Ways of God

“Failure to launch” is a term ascribed to adults who refuse to take on adult responsibilities. In the Christian life, it’s entirely possible to similarly fail and not experience the natural trajectory of growth that God has in mind for us all. Understanding how God works enables us to see God at work in our lives.

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The Heart of God: Otherworldly

Leora is originally from El Paso, Texas, right on the border of Mexico – so she's always loved being in culturally rich and diverse locations. She's served as the Director of Creative Communications and Worship at Island ECC for almost 9 years, alongside her husband Jeff. Her favourite pastimes are writing music in their home studio, camping near the ocean, snorkelling, or watching any movie with sharks.

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The Heart of God: A Messy Redemption

Jeff is likely the most easily recognisable person on Island ECC staff, being the only bald Australian Asian. He spends his time at Island Youth and enjoys spending quality time with close family and friends over coffee and brownies, and pushing his body through running and cycling.

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