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Pray for Courtney and Baby Eli

Family is what we think of when we think of those who have been a part of this ministry. We are asking for prayer for some of our “family” members, Chris and Courtney Mitchell. Chris and Courtney met each other when they became interns with us in 2012. They have since been married and have more »

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Discipleship Takes This to Be Done Well

  Two years ago, I embarked on an experience that has been defining for how I view discipleship. Coming into the summer of 2013, I remember having a bunch of ideas and concepts about what discipleship was, and those months helped begin to piece them together. That was the summer I did the Entrust Intern more »

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He Entrusted Me With This…

Almost six years ago, I met a man who would change my life forever. I wasn’t necessarily looking for him but merely happened upon him. Our humble exchange of words led to a wonderful friendship. He is an older man who had spent his life searching, seeking God in His Word, and his wisdom proved more »

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The Answer to “How Do I Focus More On Jesus?” is…

The three of us sat down in the mall food court. It was just a typical day of shopping. To my right was a student I have discipled, across from me was her sister. As we talked about things in their lives and choices they were making, I began to share a simple truth about more »

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Disicpleship is out of…

I remember that day like it was yesterday. After living a secret life of sin and rebellion – all while professing to love Jesus in public – I had confessed my sins, repented, and truly believed in the Lord Jesus Christ as my savior. That afternoon I cried like I had never cried before, in more »

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1 Psalm to Give You Strength

In the aftermath of the whirlwind called Thanksgiving and Christmas, the rest of the year always seems to be a pensive time.  In the midst of reunions, road trips, and late night hang outs, it’s that time where we look back at the whole year.  Some of us might be looking back at the end more »

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This Season Means…

Christmas is a time when my heart feels so much joy. I am all about tradition, decorations and festive foods. I adore throwing parties and giving gifts and celebrating with friends. This season means peppermint ice cream, lights and winter themes even though I live in Florida and we just pretend it feels like Christmas. more »

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Anticipating Christmas

I love everything about Christmas: decorating the tree, singing Christmas carols, drinking hot chocolate, looking at Christmas lights, baking treats to share with friends and family and moving the mouse on our family Christmas countdown. Every year there is anticipation at Christmas. For many we anticipate the traditions or the actual gifts under the tree. more »

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What We All Want for Christmas

We all have our tales of surviving another family holiday. The tears, the fallouts, the unresolved tension, the obnoxious elephants that sit among us during dinner and the unrest it all creates somehow suffocates the child-like wonder this season once held. I heard many such tales this year from friends, coworkers, and even family members. more »

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Jesus Our Emmanuel

But as he considered these things, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, “Joseph, son of David, do not fear to take Mary as your wife, for that which is conceived in her is from the Holy Spirit. She will bear a son, and you shall call his name more »

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Transform Student Ministries is the generational equipping arm of Precept Ministries International (PMI). PMI and Transform are dedicated to coming alongside teens, college students, and leaders to establish them in God's Word.

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Transform Student Ministries challenges students to know God and walk obediently. Teaching them to study His Word inductively. Training them to lead others in the power of the Holy Spirit. And providing biblical discipleship through Bible Study materials, conferences, seminars, and camps.

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