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  • A New Pathway for Theological Education

    Taylor has made an exciting step toward the future into which God is calling us!  Upon the recommendation of the seminary’s Vision Task Force and approval of the faculty, Taylor Seminary is now part of the Kairos Project. I (David Williams) couldn’t be more excited. My enthusiasm stems from the fact that this bold step forward creates a new pathway for theological educational that is affordable, accessible, relevant, and faithful. The life-changing journey of...

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word_in_2011_coverTaylor is pleased to present a new collection of sermon summaries from the beginning of the year. 

For the second year in a row, we invited pastors and other church leaders to share with us their key thoughts and messages of vision for the new year. Each of these offers food for thought, and we hope you will enjoy this project.

 >>>> Click on the cover at right to read this book online; feel free to download and save a copy, share it with others or post it online, but please note the copyright notice provides free distribution only if the material is kept whole and intact and provided free of charge.

 

Read submissions from:

Wayne Ayer, West Center Baptist in Madison, SD:  Imagine!  (pg 4)
James Erb, Hollyview Family Fellowship in Portland, OR:  11 in '11   (pg 7)
Marc Maffucci, Quail Lakes Baptist in Stockton, CA:  People Who Go, Grow  (pg 6)
Robert Millman, Grace Christian Fellowship in Edmonton, AB:  New Beginnings  (pg 5)
Jeremy Putz, Central Baptist Church in Edmonton, AB:  Vine and Branches  (pg 9)
Curtis Reimer, College Heights Baptist in Prince George, BC:  Hungering, Thirsting (pg 13)
Ryan Sato, First Baptist Church in Edmonton, AB:  Be Loved, do Love  (pg 12)
Lawrence Schmidt, Renaissance Community Church in Edmonton, AB: With Us & For Us (pg 16)
Jason Shine, Mid-West Baptist Association in Edmonton, AB:  Servant Saints  (pg 10)
John van Sloten, New Hope Church in Calgary, AB:  Largeness of Grace  (pg 11)
Ken Vandermuelen, Thornhill Baptist Church in Calgary, AB:  Focusing on Jesus  (pg 8)
Matt Ziprick, Bethel Lutheran Church in Sherwood Park, AB: The Father's Business  (pg 3)

We hope to collect similar summaries at the beginning of 2012, and we hope you'll share the one key word or phrase being shared in your church when we invite submissions.

 

Previous Edition

Read THE WORD IN 2010 here.