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Low: Leading In Humility

February 15, 2015 by  
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Tweet LOW: LEADING IN HUMILITY By Scott Ingram Leadership in the Kingdom of God is sometimes a paradoxical topic due to the fact that the ways of God’s Kingdom are often upside down from the ways of this world. From the worldly perspective, leadership is often understood as being the man or woman who has more »

Personal Testimony of a Young Evangelist

September 10, 2014 by  
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Tweet Personal Testimony I was born November 22, 1984 in Odessa, TX and raised in a small West Texas oil field town called Crane. Growing up, God graced me with the best family I could have ever wanted. Though we were not rich and I was not given a free ride through my adolescence, my more »

Evangelism Update

Tweet July/August 2014      I am so very humbled and excited to write to you today about the experience I’ve had the last few weeks as Eric and I completed our survey mission to the nation of Israel. It has been very adventurous to say the least.      For those that don’t know, more »

Ingram Update

May 30, 2013 by  
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Tweet  MAY 2013 UPDATE      May has been an exciting month for me in general as things are getting busy again. The highlight of this month, however, was traveling to Haiti and getting to see all of the beautiful children there that I left after almost 9 months together, back in January. This trip more »

Identity Crisis

December 6, 2011 by  
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Tweet Identity Crisis … “If your righteous acts are as disgusting to God as the things we humans flush down the toilet are to us, what makes us think that God is sitting in heaven hoping we’ll make more of those things to “offer” to Him?” “Christianity is not a religion, it’s a relationship.” I’m more »

Confession and Community

November 30, 2011 by  
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Tweet Confession and Community … “There is NO shame in confessing your struggles with sin to God and finding help within the church community, but there is GREAT shame in refusing to deal with your sin and acting like everything is ok.” Last week I preached for Missions Emphasis Month at my church (you can more »

iPhone Christians

Tweet Scott Ingram:  iPhone Christians … “While all of us want to see God do amazing things in our lives and churches and ministries — all of those “greater things” Jesus spoke of — too many of us don’t want to take the time to plug in and in a spiritual sense, “charge our batteries.” more »

From Truck Driver to Full-Time Missionary

Tweet From Truck Driver to Full-Time Missionary Scott is HGIM’s Minister of Evangelism. I’ve worked side-by-side with Scott the last two summers during the Heart of God East Africa mission outreaches to Uganda. He’s proven himself to be a young man of integrity, dedicated and passionate about the Gospel of Jesus Christ, preaching the truth more »

His Mission. Whose Way?

October 12, 2011 by  
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Tweet Last week I posted on the subject of, when God said to “go and make disciples,” it isn’t something we have to pray about. We should just obey. Now, while I do stand firm on that statement, I thought a good follow up would be to discuss things that we, as disciple-making Christians, must more »

Victim of Circumstance

Tweet We are coming up on a very busy time of year in America. School is back in session. Many families are scrambling to arrange one final vacation for Labor Day. Students are soon to be hit with sporting events and band practices. Businesses are gearing up for the final quarter of the year. We more »

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