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The Hub: Friday, July 28

Posted July 28, 2023

by Lexie Ludlam

Welcome to our top story findings of the week, on today’s issue of The Hub.

1. SPOTLIGHT: “Bicentennial: Alabama Baptist church planting journey gains strength” by Grace Thornton

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This Alabama Baptist article titled “Bicentennial: Alabama Baptist church planting journey gains strength” highlights the success of Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions church planting. In the past decade, “over 100 churches have been planted.” SBOM staff work to continue growing this number as they’re “not even finished with the journey” yet.

2. SPOTLIGHT: “Life.Church Worship releases Sing As One album” by RNS Press Distribution Service

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This Religion News article titled “Life.Church Worship releases Sing As One album” highlights a new Christian album and the meaning behind it. Life.Church’s album titled “Sing as One” was created with the goal to “help people press into what really matters, which is worship that draws us closer to the Father.” This band is a collective of worship pastors connected to over 44 different church locations, created with the goal to spread the Word and love of worship.

3. BIG QUESTIONS: “The church is full of imperfect people” by Mike Hurt

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This Victoria Advocate article titled “The church is full of imperfect people” recognizes how those in the church can be even more imperfect than the world surrounding it. Hurt states that the church is “100% comprised of imperfect people who have been called together by the perfect one, Jesus.” This serves as a reminder to always look into ourselves as we strive to serve the imperfect people around us.

Although every Hub article is selected to foster discussion about modern church structure, not every idea and opinion expressed in the linked articles may fully align with the views and mission of Koinesúnē Magazine. All the same, we seek to uplift and celebrate the different ministries working around the globe.

Check back next Friday for the next Hub article!