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Blog Month: March 2019

Missions Monday: Buck Run Continues Relationship with RAM in England

At the beginning of March, pastors Chris Parrish and Scott Riessen went to Birmingham, England to meet with Romanian-American Mission (RAM) pastors Daniel Bara and Daniel Puicar. Buck Run has partnered with RAM since its founding in the 1990’s. Our church’s latest investment in RAM has been through the Romanian congregation in Birmingham, England. When […]

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Pastor Letter: March 20, 2019

Dear Buck Run Family: “I will never become a Christian, but I love to hear you preach about Jesus.” Those words have been spoken to me several times by a dear Muslim friend who regularly attends Buck Run. I learn a lot from listening to him talk about his experience at our church. He feels […]

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Missions Monday: “The Lord Has Me Here”

When Justin Ray came to Buck Run in the fall of 2017 as a Pastoral Intern, he knew he was interested in church planting, but he needed help discerning whether or not God was calling him to plant a church. After a period of prayer and godly counsel, he decided he needed to experience church […]

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Missions Monday: New Partners in South Asia Announced

In our worship service yesterday, it was announced that Buck Run is sending a new missionary couple to South Asia. Jake and Holly have sensed God’s call to move their family to South Asia later this year to give their lives to the advancement of the Kingdom in a very hard to reach place. Jake […]

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Pastor Letter: March 6, 2019

Dear Buck Run Family: ​Buck Run has always made an investment in families—singles, widowed, divorced, single parent families, blended families, adoptive families, and traditional biological families. We want to do everything we can to strengthen families by pointing them to the gospel and discipling them to love Christ and to love one another. Our annual […]

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Missions Monday: Reach Your One with Celebrate Recovery

We as a church are focusing on sharing Jesus throughout 2019 and asking the question, “Who’s your one?” Hopefully, by now you have chosen at least one person to pray for, interact with, and witness to regularly. One way to begin introducing the Gospel into your conversations is by emphasizing our brokenness as fallen human […]

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