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Every Nation Music Launches “One!”

by Rachel Murrell | Posted on Friday, April 25th, 2014 | Tags: , | no responses
Worship at the "One" EP launch party on April 23.

Today, Every Nation Music’s One EP took the number one spot on the iTunes chart in the Philippines! It edged out popular Disney soundtrack Frozen and One Direction’s You & I EP for this amazing placement on the charts. The One EP was only officially released yesterday, with a celebratory launch party at Bethel World Outreach Church in Brentwood, Tennessee. Every Nation leaders, singers, and musicians traveled from all over the United States to take part in this event. For anyone who has listened to the music and been a part of Every Nation — ….

The “One” EP is Finally Here!

by Rachel Murrell | Posted on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 | Tags: , , | no responses
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We are so excited that Every Nation Music’s debut EP One has officially launched! Every Nation songwriters and musicians from around the world have contributed their time and talents to create this seven-song EP, and we’re so glad you finally get to hear it. The goal behind Every Nation Music is to share the Every Nation message to the world through music. Pastor Steve Murrell said this about the project, “Our hope is to capture in songs the same message we’ve been preaching for the last two decades, songs that will inspire people for generations to come.” ….

Earning Your Stars Every Day

by Joseph Bonifacio | Posted on Monday, April 21st, 2014 | Tags: , , , | no responses

I’m reading this book entitled Moving Mountains. It’s the account of Lt. General William Pagonis, head of logistics in the first Gulf War in 1990. Besides being a book about military logistics, it’s also a great leadership and management book. Because of his excellence at work, he was promoted to a three-star general. Instead of relaxing at his high position, he said, “I think I have to earn my stars every day.” He saw leadership and promotion not as a status to attain or office to occupy, but as an opportunity to serve.

Unmet Expectations

by Paolo Punzalan | Posted on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 | Tags: , | no responses

What do you do when your expectations don’t match your present reality? Have you ever been to a fast food restaurant craving for a big, juicy, tasty burger? You are excited because when you saw the poster, it really looked mouth watering. However, when your order came, you were quickly disappointed because the poster didn’t match what you had in your hands.  

missions trip banned souvenirs list US customs Every Nation

We’ve talked about items you DON’T want to bring on a missions trip – now we’re going to cover items you DON’T want to bring back! It’s customary when going on a missions trip with your church or university to bring back a few small gifts for family, friends, or people who donated to your missions trip. While a “thank-you” or “thinking of you” gift is a nice gesture, there are some items you can get in trouble for bringing back into the United States. Don’t try to bring back the following 4 types of ….