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Challenge the Narrative | North Korea | #LiveOneLove

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Challenge the Narrative | North Korea | #LiveOneLove

So thankful for Stevie Lujan and the way he's encouraging us to challenge the narrative! May we see people in North Korea and all around the world through the Most High's eyes.

Let's examine our hearts as we watch this video for the song "Heartbeat."

Check out Sam P's oneloveskate.org blog about teaching skateboarding in the DPRK here: https://www.oneloveskate.org/journal/2015/11/21/teaching-skateboarding-in-the-dprk

#OneLoveSkate #LiveOneLove #OneLoveToTheNations

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#OneLoveSkate Saturday Happenings | 40 Second Drone Video | Paia, Maui

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#OneLoveSkate Saturday Happenings | 40 Second Drone Video | Paia, Maui

Sam of One Love, & Lo from Paia Youth & Cultural Center, pictured here bringing the fun & keeping track of points as students played "Simons Says, Skate!"

Sam of One Love, & Lo from Paia Youth & Cultural Center, pictured here bringing the fun & keeping track of points as students played "Simons Says, Skate!"

↑ Know the Love.  ↓ Be the Love. Nerf darts flew around the stone waves as an army of students worked to capture the flag (a One Love Skate hat) from their friends. Students and staff from Paia Youth and Cultural Center were stoked as Sam Peralta and Joshua Marburger repped the 1L by helping lead a #OneLoveSkate event in Paia last Saturday.

Drone footage from our friend Nilson shows some of the fun as students enjoyed games of "s-k-8," "Simon Says, Skate!," & a "Nerf Blast War." A "One Love Anthem," from rapper Aaron Beasley, played over a speaker as the message of One Love transformed the Saturday morning atmosphere for about 30 skater kids.

"Can we just put aside our indifference? We can do more than separate. There is so much more to existence... all we need is One Love."-Aaron Beasley, One Love Anthem
Stoked by all who are sharing One Love with their family & friends! Thanks for this post @HeyMariah

Stoked by all who are sharing One Love with their family & friends!
Thanks for this post @HeyMariah

One Love Skate exists to be a positive presence in the skate community, and we are working to see One Love Reps trained to #LiveOneLove by leading weekly life groups and monthly skateboard giveaways at all 5 skateparks here in Maui, Hawaii.

Whether you skateboard or not, we want to help you rep the 1L using whatever you have been created to enjoy. Leiana Kepa, of the band Leileiana, shares about how she lives the One Love through music as part of our leader training on OneLoveSkate.org.

Connect with us on oneloveskate.org to learn more about being discipled through our leader training: https://www.oneloveskate.org/leadertraining to #LiveOneLove in your community!

We can't do this mission alone!  Interested in joining the mission?
Connect on oneloveskate.org to find out more.

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Fear And Faith: Crazy Transitions Of Marriage, Multiplying, & Ministry by Joshua & Nicole Marburger

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Fear And Faith: Crazy Transitions Of Marriage, Multiplying, & Ministry by Joshua & Nicole Marburger

If you have ever stood on top of a huge ramp or paddled in to a huge wave and chose to “drop in,” you know that transitions can sometimes be fun and sometimes be painful...

Recently, a friend of ours, Joshua Knipple, asked us to write about "Fear And Faith" for his new book. This process was great for us as we continue to work on our #LiveOneLove book. We came up with this Fear & Faith by Joshua and Nicole Marburger.pdf which we are also posting on this blog. View Fear & Faith File: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwPBYk1RLn-HdXljc2EzOUxZYmM/view?usp=sharing

 

About:
Joshua Marburger is a Pastor in Hawaii and Founder of the international discipleship ministry “One Love Skate” 501c3. He and his wife, Nicole, have been enjoying the ride together since meeting at North Greenville University in 2007 where they were first resourced and equipped to be “shoulder to shoulder with soldiers for the Kingdom.” They now have three boys and enjoy serving, speaking, and writing to help many experience the One Love of Jesus (1L). They work hard to provide resources to help as many people as possible #LiveOneLove as a positive presence in their communities through Life Groups and Discipleship.

Joshua & Nicole’s prayer and passion in life is to help resource and equip
disciples (1L Reps) to lead life groups at every skatepark in the world.

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Connect with us to join the mission:
https://www.oneloveskate.org/contact/

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Big Transitions, Brody's Talk On The Container, & What's Next...

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Big Transitions, Brody's Talk On The Container, & What's Next...

Stoked to be back on Maui & back at Keopuolani Skatepark last Wednesday. So fun to skate & hang with Sam P., Paul, & some skaters who have been part of 1L events in the past.

Stoked to be back on Maui & back at Keopuolani Skatepark last Wednesday. So fun to skate & hang with Sam P., Paul, & some skaters who have been part of 1L events in the past.

Through big transitions, we are continuing to live out the Most High's call "Shoulder-to-shoulder with soldiers for God's Kingdom" to serve as 1L Missionaries everywhere we go, & we can't do it without your prayer support!

Joshua is enjoying serving full-time as Life Groups & Discipleship Pastor at Waipuna Chapel as Nicole is enjoying new roles with One Love, and more than ever we need you to keep helping us with your prayers (2 Corinthians 1:11).

Joshua is enjoying serving full-time as Life Groups & Discipleship Pastor at Waipuna Chapel as Nicole is enjoying new roles with One Love, and more than ever we need you to keep helping us with your prayers (2 Corinthians 1:11).

Thanks those of you who lift up the Monday 3 each week. We appreciate your prayer support more than you know!

This month we removed the password to make these prayer requests more accessible:

 https://www.oneloveskate.org/specificprayerrequests

Click Here To Read The Most Recent "Monday 3"

Nicole@OneLoveSkate.org

Nicole has been working hard with her new roles "communicating, connecting, & creating" w/ One Love Skate 501(c)(3). 

If you missed Nicole communicating at Unashamed camp last summer, here's a link from Unashamed Hawaii: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VyhM-rS-p10

 

Last Wednesday. #stoked @brodythebroskater & MPact #WhatIsOneLove #LiveOneLove #OneLoveSkate

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Brody & "Mpact" Talk On Container Last Week

Dub, one of the bikers working security last Wednesday, sent this picture featured on @oneloveskateoutreach instagram of Brody (from Shelby) & Rodney (from Philly) sharin' the 1L of Jesus w/Shelby, NC community.

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Upcoming events

"Life-change happens in life groups," and we pray that this year we can train 1L Reps w/our "1L Leader Training" at all 5 Maui skateparks to rep the 1L of Jesus & help skaters "live through Him" (1 John 4:9).

Password: "liveonelove"

- Stay tuned for more details on the upcoming event at Paia skatepark with Sam P!

Connect: oneloveskate.org/contact

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Marburger Family | June 1L Mission Update

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Marburger Family | June 1L Mission Update

One of the skate missions w/Sam was The Way in Lincolnton, NC where Sam spoke.

One of the skate missions w/Sam was The Way in Lincolnton, NC where Sam spoke.

Fun time at Soul Ride a couple weeks ago with Sam and Auburn in town from Hawaii & Wyoming!

Fun time at Soul Ride a couple weeks ago with Sam and Auburn in town from Hawaii & Wyoming!

Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to One Love Skate to help us continue this important mission in NC, HI, and around the world!  

Click here for more info about making a donation to One Love Skate 501c3.

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One Love Skate in Honduras by Sam Peralta

One Love Skate in Honduras by Sam Peralta

This past summer I was able to go to a missions trip to Tegucigalpa in Honduras.  It was such a radical experience meeting and seeing people from that country and the lifestyle people live there. 

  People were so generous with what they had and also were very curious about the deeper things of God.  Most of the people we came across were so open and willing for God to move and transform their current situations. 

  The team was composed of 4 others and we each had interpreters which made going to places and saying things a lot easier. 

I took my skateboard on this trip not knowing what to expect but what came out of it was some very power ministry times.  

  First of all the people were so beautiful.  And I could believe I was skating through the streets of TGU.  I felt like a kid exploring the city and thanked God for all the tricks I landed without falling in public.  I think it made me look cooler to the by standers which made conversations with them easier.  

  One story from skating the streets of Honduras was we met these two skater guys making crystal bracelets and necklaces.  We told them they should take a break and play a game of skate with me.  So they did.  One had really cool dreads and the other guy had a very stylish tye die tee.  

  We played a game of skate for like an hour and it was a blast!  

As we were skating, the girls on my team got to minister to the skater guys girlfriends and pray for them.  It was so cool how that appointment was made because its not like we were looking for people to talk with, but God brought to us.  

  Another Story from this trip that was absolutely over the top was when we went into like 2 public schools in a row.  In each of the schools we got to share our story, the gospel, and all about Hawaii and whats it like to live there.  In one of the class rooms were were able to pray and prophesy over the entire class.  Doing that took too long so we couldn’t pray over the other classes but we had a blast!  

We then went into another school to run a school assembly.  I was not ready for it but all of a sudden I had a crowd of like 500+ students.  

  I was able to do some skate board lessons, jump over some kids, and do a some tricks.  Again, thank God cause I landed all of my tough tricks without falling, and most of it first try.  So nerve racking.  

We also did some skate races and games and the whole school was amped. 

After I was done doing my thing.  I got to encourage the school to live as children of God rather than orphans.  Amy also solidified that point as well as Susan.  It was unreal.  I was so blown away by that experience.  

  Well that's all I have for now.  Honduras has my heart and I hope to go there again.  We really showed the one love of God and skateboarding.  Hopefully next time you can join us!  

- Sam P