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A New Year, An Old Truth

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A New Year, An Old Truth

Growing up, I watched cartoons every Saturday morning. My favorite was The Jetsons. With a flying car and a robot to do everything, it seemed like they had the good life on demand. At the time, 2018 was a lifetime away, and yet, here we are with more robots than we realize and our needs met at the touch of a button.

From The Jetsons to the twenty-first century, our lives and professions have advanced at an alarming rate. Yet one aspect of our daily lives remains unchanged.

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Walking By Faith: Charlotte Fellows Summer Update

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Walking By Faith: Charlotte Fellows Summer Update

Another Fellows’ year completed...our 7th year. I look back to when we first started in the fall of 2010, and I'm overwhelmed at all the wonderful memories of God’s provision and the hard and beautiful ways He has worked in our Fellows’ lives.

It reminds me of the quote from A Tale of Two Cities: "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." There were probably times this year that I’m sure the Fellows were thinking the same thing.

But isn’t that how all of life is? Wonderful things happening alongside painful and hard things. But it’s walking through both that grows and strengthens us.

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Spring 2017 Update

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Spring 2017 Update

2017 is here and it already seems to be flying by! We had a great and very busy first semester and this second half of the year looks to be even busier. The Fellows are all at their chosen churches, plugging in and meeting lots of new friends.

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Meet the Charlotte Fellows Class of 2016-2017

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Meet the Charlotte Fellows Class of 2016-2017

Danae Cowan

Danae joins us from the great state of Oregon. She graduated from college in 2014 and has spent the past two years working with junior high and high school students. Wanting more clarity of where Jesus is calling her, she decided to join the Charlotte Fellows program. She is so grateful for a year set apart to learn more of what it looks like to follow Jesus in the context of such a supportive community.

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