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The Hub: Friday, May 3, 2024

Posted May 03, 2024

by Lexie Ludlam

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

1. EDITORIAL: “Remember the 4 ‘Alls’ of the Great Commission” by Trevin Wax

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This Gospel Coalition article titled “Remember the 4 ‘Alls’ of the Great Commission” recognizes the importance of the missionary mandate. The 4 Alls are “All Authority,” “All Nations,” “All the Commands” and “All the Way.” As missionaries grow their ministries throughout the world, it is important to remember every part of the Great Commission and how it can build true discipleship.

2. RESHAPING THE CHURCH: “Roby Baptist’s Helping Hands ministry blesses community, shares Christ” by Michael Smith

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    This Pathway article titled “Roby Baptist’s Helping Hands ministry blesses community, shares Christ” highlights a church’s mission to provide clothing for the everyday and the special moments for those in need. They have provided prom dresses, suits and, in one case, even a wedding dress for a woman who could not afford one. “She tried it on and it was the perfect fit for her,” Roby Baptist’s pastor, Wes Mayfield, said. “She wept and thanked God for His provision.”

    3. EDITORIAL: “'Tuneless' Jeff Lucas is grateful for the good news” by Jeff Lucas

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      This Premier Christianity article titled “'Tuneless' Jeff Lucas is grateful for the good news” emphasizes the core of worship – and it is not the vanity of one’s talent. After writing a song about his faith journey, Jeff Lucas went on to become a worship leader until his trusted friend advised him to “hang up his guitar.” Tuneless and defeated, he witnessed a woman in church singing “stunningly off key” both loudly and proudly. It was then he realized the true meaning of worship in the church – for the “band of the broken,” with “tuneless lives,” to find welcome.

      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!