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Welcome to one of the internet’s weirdest obsessions. Back in December of 2020, a nurse named Tiffany Dover fainted on camera while she was talking to reporters after getting her first COVID shot. She got right back up and gave another interview, but it was too late. A conspiracy theory was already racing around the world: Dover had died. She’d been replaced by a body double. And an ever-expanding list of conspirators was in on the cover-up, including the drug companies, the hospital, the me ...
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The Summit Dover is a place where people can meet Jesus, engage in life-giving community, and everyone is welcome. We believe in creating a space where people can have authentic encounters with Christ, discover their gifts and use them for God's glory. Join us for our Sunday services! The Mission: We, as a body of believers, are called by God to proclaim to every person in our region the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are called to build an extended family of related believers where one can find ...
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Maya, a senior at MIT is all set to share her expertise in electromagnetism, astrophysics, 3D modeling, and more with our students! With a rich background as a research assistant, contributing to projects like low-cost prosthetic limbs and asteroid data collection, she is excited to share her passion. Having navigated the nerves of transitioning in…
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When presented with the question of paying taxes to Cesar, Jesus saw they were trying to trap Him and used a coin to show that since they were part of the Roman system, they should pay the taxes to that system. As long as our government doesn’t conflict with God’s laws, we should obey their laws, but remember that our true allegiance lies with God.…
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In Mark 12, Jesus uses the parable of the tenants in the vineyard killing the owner’s heir to illustrate how the leaders had rejected the heir to God’s throne. Because they refused to accept and obey Jesus, they were subject to judgment from God. Have you accepted the heir? The post The Rejected Heir | Mark – Week 37 first appeared on Dover Assembl…
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When Peter pointed out the withered fig tree that Jesus cursed, Jesus explained that we need to have faith in God, really believing and not doubting in our heart, and we’ll see mountains moved. The post Faith That Moves Mountains | Mark – Week 36 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.Kirjoittanut Pastor Jeff Bender
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Jesus cursing the fig tree and cleansing the temple were reflections of the state of Israel at the time, who failed to be fruitful for God, looking good on the outside while being full of sin and hypocrisy. Are we leafy trees like Israel, or do we allow the Holy Spirit to produce spiritual fruit within us? The post Nothing But Leaves | Mark – Week …
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After Jesus made his triumphal entry into Jerusalem that subtly announced His kingship by fulfilling Old Testament prophecy, He returned to His disciples and spent time praying with them to prepare for the difficult week ahead. As we begin the new year, we should follow in Jesus’ example by seeking God’s guidance through prayer and fasting for what…
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Prayer and fasting hold the keys to spiritual breakthrough. When the disciples couldn’t cast a demon out of a boy, Jesus told them that it would only come out by prayer and fasting. There are many accounts of others in the Bible who fasted and prayed for breakthrough as well, including Jesus. The post Prayer & Fasting first appeared on Dover Assemb…
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Answered prayer didn’t affect the faith of those who trusted God. Zechariah and Elizabeth remained faithful to God even though their prayer for a child wasn’t answered right away. God eventually did give them a child, but their dedication to Him was not based on that. The post When Life Doesn’t Turn Out Like You Thought first appeared on Dover Asse…
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As they were on the way to Jerusalem, Jesus explained to the disciples what would happen to Him there so they would ready for it. Like the disciples, we need to be ready for what will inevitably happen today so that we can stand tall in the midst of it. Are you ready? The post Are You Ready? | Mark – Week 31 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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God uses the ordinary extraordinarily. Captain Robert Williams shares the story of Rahab to demonstrate how God uses ordinary people to do extraordinary things to accomplish what He wants to accomplish. The post God Uses the Ordinary Extraordinarily first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.Kirjoittanut Pastor Jeff Bender
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When you acknowledge Jesus as our salvation and look to Him as our light, we see God for who He truly is. When we see our circumstances in His light, fear loses its grip right away. The enemy’s schemes can only prevail in darkness. Light has secured victory over fear. No stronghold of fear from the enemy can prosper in God’s light. The post Fear fi…
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When questioned about the cost of following Him, Jesus promised that anyone who would give up their lives to follow Him would see those sacrifices restored, but would also face persecution and hardships in this life that would ultimately be rewarded with eternal life. The post When You Follow Jesus | Mark – Week 30 first appeared on Dover Assembly …
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When a rich young ruler came to Jesus asking how to inherit eternal life, Jesus told him to follow the commandments and sell his possessions to give to the poor, because those possessions became a god for him. They were the one thing that prevented him from truly giving his heart to God to inherit eternal life. The post What Is Your One Thing? | Ma…
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When the disciples tried to stop children from coming to Jesus, He became indignant and told them to let the children come to Him, explaining how we need to have childlike faith to enter the kingdom of God. The post Childlike Faith | Mark – Week 28 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.Kirjoittanut Pastor Jeff Bender
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When presented with the question about divorce, Jesus explained God’s design for marriage, that a man and woman are united as one in marriage. Because of that, there are very few circumstances where God allows divorce, but there is still forgiveness and restoration for those who have been divorced. The post The Truth About Divorce | Mark – Week 27 …
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Instead of being salty about others doing things in His name, Jesus reminded the disciples that anyone who was not against them was for them, and that they are to be salt, preserving and being a pure example of God’s love to the world. Are you salty? The post Salty Christians | Mark – Week 26 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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Welcome to the brand-new episode of Dover Dives! Join Aswin, Allegra, and Shya as they come back on the subjects of DoE, the Singapore President Elections, and more. Idea boxes are now around school - Red dot and the library! feel free to drop in episode ideas in those boxes for our podcast here. we will use them in our planning.…
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When a demon possessed boy couldn’t be healed by the disciples, his father’s faith began to struggle as doubt crept in. In spite of that, Jesus still healed the boy of his condition. Even if we struggle with our faith, God can still work in our lives, despite any doubts we may have. The post When Faith Struggles | Mark – Week 24 first appeared on D…
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When Jesus took Peter, James, and John up a mountain, they experienced a glimpse of God’s glory as Jesus’s appearance was transformed and God spoke to them. When we have similar experiences, they should cause us to grow closer to the Lord and become more like Him. The post The Mountaintop Experience | Mark – Week 23 first appeared on Dover Assembly…
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After Peter’s revelation that Jesus is the Messiah, Jesus explained the suffering He would face, as well as the cost of following Him. We must be willing to deny ourselves and endure hardship now, but in exchange for that, we’ll gain eternal life. Will you follow Him? The post The Cost of Following Jesus | Mark – Week 22 first appeared on Dover Ass…
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When the disciples became distracted by the lack of food they had with them, Jesus reminded them of the miracles He just performed to feed thousands. We can be like the disciples, letting the distractions of life prevent us from hearing what He’s trying to teach us. Are you distracted? The post Are You Distracted? | Mark – Week 20 first appeared on…
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When a large crowd was gathered seeking Jesus, He was concerned about them, seeing their need for food. He used seven loaves of bread to meet that need, feeding four thousand people. When we’re focused on seeking Jesus, He’ll provide for our needs too. The post God’s Provision | Mark – Week 19 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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When a deaf man with a speech impediment was brought to Jesus, He took him aside and healed both of his ailments. Jesus unstopped his hearing to bring the gospel to the Gentiles, just like God wants to unstop our hearing so that we are able to truly hear the word of God and respond in the same way! The post Can You Hear? | Mark – Week 18 first appe…
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When a gentile woman came to Jesus asking for her daughter to be healed, her persistence and faith in Jesus’ words resulted in her request being granted. When we pray, are we like her, praying in persistent faith that God will answer our requests? The post The Power of Persistent Faith | Mark – Week 17 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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You may have seen the TV show 8 Simple Rules, but did you know that God has 8 simple rules for being a dad? If we follow those rules, we can be assured that even though we aren’t perfect and will fail, we’ve done our best to show them Jesus in our everyday life. The post 8 Simple Rules for Dads first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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We all have traditions that we follow as a means of pointing us to God. Traditions in and of themselves are not bad, unless they become more important than following God’s word, or prevent others from knowing Him. What are your traditions? The post What Are Your Traditions? | Mark – Week 16 first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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Priorities, integrity, and attitude are important choices we make that can lead us to success. As our graduates begin a new season, we encourage them to keep their priority on Jesus, preserve their integrity, and maintain a good attitude throughout their lives. The post Choices That Lead to Success first appeared on Dover Assembly of God.…
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After a great day of ministry, Jesus sent the disciples into another test when they struggled to cross the lake because of the wind and waves. Jesus saw their struggle and walked on the water to meet them and calm the storm. He is always with us, and is able to calm the storms we face in life too. The post Jesus Walks on the Water | Mark – Week 15 …
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