Missing the Scoop

Orville and Wilbur Wright made the trip from their home in Dayton, Ohio to Kitty Hawk, N.C., for the express purpose of attempting to become airborne riding a contraption they had built. Some people thought the whole idea was novel, others believed it to be eccentric and a waste of time and money. Most people Read More

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Catching the Wave of the Emerging 4-14 Movement

“Find out what God is doing, then get in on it.” This marvelous aphorism, popularized by pastor and writer Henry Blackaby 20 years ago, crystallizes how we should approach the Christian life. It is also a wonderful conceptual starting place in trying to describe a global movement of God that began to emerge in 2004. Read More

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Taking the Next Step

In November of 2007, I received my first impression from the Lord that something new was about to be birthed into my life and into this darkened world we live in. At first we just called it “The Vision” and then a young lady came up with the name RENEWANATION. I will never forget the Read More

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Who Cares?

The gift of a child comes packaged with unmatched privilege and incredible responsibility. They come to us so completely dependent for the fulfilling of their needs. In the beginning it’s their cry that lets us know – something isn’t right! They’re hungry, they need to be held, they’re sleepy … whatever it is, they let Read More

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This is Our Moment

Recently, I attended a conference for pastors and Christian leaders where there were a host of speakers who were there to encourage and challenge the audience. One of the last speakers to present was Ron Luce, the founder and president of Teen Mania Ministries, one of the world’s largest organizations dedicated to teenagers. Teen Mania Read More

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What is a Worldview?

The Christian community is waking up to the fact that we have some serious problems. And not a moment too soon. We’re called to be distinct, yet Christians by and large have the same debt problem as our non-Christian neighbors. We have the same divorce rate. Christian versus non-Christian rates of addiction are comparable. We Read More

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The Case for Christian Schools: Lessons from South Korea

When North and South Korea agreed to a “cease fire” back in 1953, they shared one thing in common: they were among the poorest countries in the world. Fifty-six years later, the International Monetary Fund listed South Korea as the nation with the 12th largest Gross Domestic Product in the world. South Korea, a small Read More

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Beyond High School

Josh Calhoun knows all about the benefits of receiving a scholarship through RENEWANATION. Last year Calhoun was awarded the first RENEWANATION scholarship from Regent University, a full-ride offer that allowed him to begin taking classes this past fall at the school. “The experience has been great,” he states about his freshman year at the Virginia Read More

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One business man doing his part: Meet Caleb Mann

According to the States Census Bureau, there are about 49.5 million students enrolled in elementary and high schools across the country. Roughly 42 million of these students are enrolled in government schools, 5.5 million in private schools (including parochial schools), and 1.5 million students are home schooled. It takes a lot of money to educate Read More

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