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About ywammercy

Called to serve the poor of our world through self-sacrificing love, compassion and justice in the model of Jesus Christ.

Jesus’ 3rd Way by Walter Wink

I have been thinking about the governmental responses in the Middle East which tend to increase not decrease the level of violence. I have also been thinking more about the self-sacrificing love of Jesus response. I was reminded of this … Continue reading

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About the Book

About the Book. Check out our Bring Your Eyes and See Blog by Steve and Marie Goode

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The right to a Healthy Community

The Kingdom is Here! June 22, 2009 The Right to a Healthy Community by G. Stephen Goode Some Pharisees asked Jesus when God’s kingdom would come. He answered, “God’s kingdom isn’t something you can see. There is no use saying, … Continue reading

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How Big is your Gospel by David Westlake

How big is your gospel? 16/09/2013 | Filed under: Integral mission, Justice, Reflections How big is your gospel? A few months ago I wrote about an encounter in Thailand with a prostitute while I was at a conference for pioneer missionaries. It went … Continue reading

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A tribute to Wa by Iven and Kashmira

At 4:00am on May 2, 2556 Jiraporn Kamjan died of completions related to Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease at Rongpayaban Klang (Bangkok General Hospital). He was 40 years old, homeless and alone in the eyes of this world. We met “Luung Wa” … Continue reading

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Why millennials are leaving the church….

Why millennials are leaving the church By Rachel Held Evans, Special to CNN (CNN) – At 32, I barely qualify as a millennial. I wrote my first essay with a pen and paper, but by the time I graduated from college, I … Continue reading

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Leadership begins with self-leadership

Originally posted on Matthew's Journal:
I’m half way through a very unusual book on leadership. Unusual because it proposes a very counter-cultural model of leadership based on the life of Ignatius Loyola and the 450 year old organisation he…

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