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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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  • Sari Fabric
    eLetter

    The In-Between Space

    Growing up as a third-culture kid in homogeneous environments, I never thought about being Asian or South Asian. After all, no one ever asked me about my ethnic background. When people saw me, they knew I was from India.

  • HH Tough
    Hope & Healing

    When Jesus Was Tender and When He Was Tough

    That voice. You undoubtedly know the difference when someone uses that voice. The conversation went from being lighthearted to now serious. As a child, you may remember actual examples when your parent got serious and “laid down the law.”

  • HH Graves
    Hope & Healing

    Visiting Graves on Easter

    As fellow Hope and Healing participants, I know you get it. “It” being the daily tension of living between the “already” of Jesus’ first coming and the “not yet” of Jesus’ return. And for me, the tension really hits home during the Lenten season.

  • Nets and steps 1
    eLetter

    Nets and Steps

    When I first came to Jesus at the Union Rescue Mission in downtown Los Angeles, it was easy to respond and drop my “nets”. When I arrived, I heard the Gospel and responded to Christ’s invitation and began to follow.

  • Marriage teaser
    eLetter

    True Confessions of an IBC Staff Member

    True confessions of an IBC staff member: I love my husband, but I haven’t always liked him.

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    eLetter

    I Could Never Be a Missionary

    The family poses awkwardly in front of the hut they now call a home. The dad sports his cargo shorts, safari hat, long socks, and button-down shirt. Mom shows off her handmade modest dress as she holds her two-year-old with one hand and carries her two-month-old in her baby wrap. The older children manage to painfully smile, hoping for the moment to be released to go back to play with their friends.