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XPLOR, STORIES

Dear NBA XPLOR...

Kim Guy   |   May 26, 2016

I cannot believe it is all going to be over in a month. As much time as I have spent trying to figure out what I am going to do next, I want time to slow down. Honestly, I think I am in denial that my time with NBA XPLOR is coming to an end.

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XPLOR, STORIES

Wandering, but Not Lost

Kim Guy   |   August 20, 2015

Last year I served in Hiram, Ohio, and now I’m moving to St. Louis to do a second year with NBA XPLOR. I don’t know where God will be calling me next.

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XPLOR, STORIES

The Answer Is Yes and No

Kim Guy   |   April 06, 2015

XPLOR Resident, Kim Guy, reflects "Worship is not about me. It is not about my gifts. It is not about what I bring to the Table. It is about God!"

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XPLOR, STORIES

Bloom Where You Are Planted

Kim Guy   |   October 15, 2014

NBA XPLOR Resident, Kim Guy, reflects about being challenged, reaffirmed, and calls us to "bloom where we are planted."

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XPLOR, STORIES

Leading and Supporting: Moments from 2014QA

Kim Guy   |   July 21, 2014

Read a reflection from Kim Guy (2014-2015 NBA XPLOR Resident) about her experiences at 2014 Quadrennial Assembly.

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LEARNING / TRAINING

Webinar: Lock Up Your Neighbors? How the United States Deals with Immigration

February 15, 2018

This webinar shares information about the scandalous use of private prisons to incarcerate and detain individuals and families who are simply seeking better lives for themselves in the United States. Join us to learn how you and your congregation can get involved supporting those presently being detained, along with their families and loved ones.

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Larry J. Morris III

Incubate Program Associate
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COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE

Live in Hope Foundation is dedicated to reducing the incidence of advanced stage breast cancer, and the rate of breast cancer deaths, among Haitian women.