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Trees, Not Leaves

October 17th, 2014 by Micah Wood | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

The Bible calls us to be trees, not leaves. What is the difference between a tree and a leaf? A leaf only stays connected until the season changes. A tree stays planted, regardless of the season. You’re not called to do this for a while until the season changes, and then get disconnected and fall …Read More

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Take the Leap

October 9th, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Do you have an impossible dream? In the life of every believer, there will come a time when God asks them to do something impossible. God likes impossible, because nothing is too hard for Him. In that moment, we have a choice: give in to fear, or take the leap of faith. Fear is the plan …Read More

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Ekballo

October 1st, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | 1 Comment »

“He said to his disciples, “The harvest is great, but the workers are few. So pray to the Lord who is in charge of the harvest; ask him to send [ekballo] more workers into his fields.” Matthew 9:37-38 Ekballo is a greek word that means to bring out, to send out, to thrust forth. In Matthew 9, Jesus is …Read More

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He Satisfies

September 25th, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

“For He satisfies the longing soul, and fills the hungry soul with goodness.” -Psalm 107:9 The human soul is constantly hungry. Hungry for love and attention. Hungry for knowledge and truth. Hungry. We try to satisfy our hunger with friends, entertainment, and experiences. Sometimes those things scratch the itch…but the deep hunger remains. That innate …Read More

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Adventures With God

September 17th, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | 1 Comment »

“If you’re bored, you must not know the real God.” -Karen WheatonClick To TweetPowered By CoSchedule So many people are turned off by the idea of serving God because they think that God is boring. They think that the Bible is a book of boring rules, and that God is expecting you to live a …Read More

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Fear of the Lord

September 4th, 2014 by RampAdmin | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

These thoughts are taken from part 2 Micah Wood’s latest teaching series, Behold Grace. God will judge the world. He will judge every man and woman. God will judge the world because God is good. How does that make sense? The judgement of God is His removal of everything that corrupts. God’s removal of evil. …Read More

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Behold Grace

August 14th, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Disclaimer: This blog is full of thoughts, ideas and quotes directly from Micah Wood‘s message last Sunday at Ramp Church. Click here to watch the full message. The primary message of the church to the world is not: “do better.” The primary message of the church is: “behold His grace.” It is our job as …Read More

How RSM Changed My Life (Part 2)

July 31st, 2014 by RampAdmin | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

When I came to The Ramp School of ministry, I was an insecure seventeen-year-old girl. I held a lot of anger, bitterness, fear, and hurt from things that happened to me when I was younger. I did not know the changed person I would become after two years of RSM. Being from a Christian background, I knew …Read More

Ramp VLOG – Live From Summer Ramp 2

July 24th, 2014 by Kalyn Mullis | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

Summer Ramp 2 has officially begun! As I am typing this blog, Catherine Mullins leading about 1100 people in worship. Before service began, I was able to catch up with some people who have wonderful expectations for this weekend. Don’t forget: You can worship live with us all weekend via live stream here on theramp.org. …Read More

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How RSM Changed My Life

July 23rd, 2014 by RampAdmin | Posted in Blog | No Comments »

When I came to the Ramp School of Ministry, I came from a life of compromise and sin. I drank, I partied, I was rebellious, I had extreme anger issues, and I even ran away from home when I was 17. Though I grew up in church, I never truly knew the Lord. My plan was …Read More

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