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Formed is a platform that gives people a place to wrestle with topics they may tend to avoid and to grow and learn from one another. A tool used to help believers make their faith their own by providing different perspectives and stories while pointing to the gospel and the mission and vision of Irving Bible Church.

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    Just Maybe

    I just returned from a three-month sabbatical and the question I get asked most is, “What did you learn?” If you’re not familiar with sabbatical, the elders of IBC graciously offer time off to pastors every seven years to rest, reflect, and recharge. It is something I greatly appreciate and do not take lightly, but the “what did you learn” question can be a little intimidating.

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    The God of Comfort When Life Feels Dark

    The God of Comfort is all about the Father Heart of God. A father’s heart longs to impart unconditional love to his children. Some of us received this unconditional love from our earthly father and some did not. Because of God’s inherent nature, He has a father’s heart toward His children.

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    Dance Parties, Comfy Shoes, and a New Perspective

    This week we’re talking with Lisa Gajewski about her experience volunteering with Arise, IBC’s ministry to individuals with special needs. A long-time IBCer, Lisa started attending in 2004 and has been volunteering with Arise for the last eight years.

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    Pentecost and Stranger Things

    If you’ve paid any attention to the outside world lately, you’d know that season 4 of “Stranger Things” dropped last week. “Stranger Things” is a science fiction series set in the 1980s and comes equipped with the typical rebellious kids wrestling with scholastic melodrama and, of course—monsters from another dimension.

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    Q&A with Young-Sam Won

    In celebration of AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage Month, we are elevating AAPI voices within our church body. This week, we’re featuring a quick Q&A with Sam Won. Sam's family is relatively new to IBC, and we are so happy to have them!


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    Q&A with Chris Beach

    In celebration of AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage Month, we are elevating AAPI voices within our church body. This week, we’re featuring a quick Q&A with Chris Beach. If you don’t know Chris, he’s active across several IBC ministries and is known to roll up his sleeves and volunteer whenever needed.