Author Archives: Cape Bible Chapel

Are you an Anthropomorphist?

By: Stan Crader I sat down at my desk with the intention of adding a few words to my next novel, Approach The Bench. And then I saw a note to myself that I need to finish the family Christmas … Continue reading

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Some very practical discipleship questions

A resource from James Green (that was ripped off from someone who borrowed it from another guy!) Paul Borthwick is a gifted speaker who has blessed the body here at Cape Bible Chapel a couple times in the past by … Continue reading

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Think or Know?

By: Stan Crader I like to fiddle with words. Fiddling helps me learn how best to use words, or use them most appropriately. Too often people use the wrong word and that’s the root of miscommunication. Lying is not the … Continue reading

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Brandon Beck’s testimony

A testimony from one of our Nehemiah Project interns this fall, Brandon Beck. Every believer has a testimony – a story to tell of how God changed their life and brought Himself into their story. Some stories leave us weeping, … Continue reading

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The G5 Event

From the Nehemiah Project For those of you who do not know, on November 2nd, the Nehemiah guys and Cape Bible Chapel teamed up with the Salvation Army to throw the G5 Event!  The G5 Event was birthed out of … Continue reading

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Austin Evan’s testimony

Austin’s Testimony By Austin Evans, a Nehemiah Project Intern I came to college at Southeast in 2009 not knowing the Lord. I’d been enrolled at the University of Missouri S&T for months, and the week before Southeast closed enrollment for … Continue reading

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You Can’t Disciple a Cat –

By: Judith Hargett I opened the front door just as the perpetrator was leaving the scene of the crime.  Or, more likely the feline perp was leaving because I opened the door.  She wore a mangy brindle coat and sported … Continue reading

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Church Planting is not for the weak

If you have ever had the privilege of being in a Bible study with Norma Greene, you have probably also had the opportunity to hear some of her stories about the early days of Cape Bible Chapel and the years … Continue reading

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What if God says “No.”?

By: James Green We have choices to make everyday; some weighty and significant, others of the “fries or onion rings” variety (which, of course, can turn out to be pretty weighty…). Christ followers have the indwelling Holy Spirit to guide … Continue reading

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Common People (Not So Common)

  by: Jimmie Miller   “So the priests, the Levites, the gatekeepers, the singers, the Temple servants, and some of the common people settled near Jerusalem.….” (-Nehemiah 7:73)   “We have cast sacred lots to determine when—at regular times each … Continue reading

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