Monday, October 18, 2021

The Relentless Pursuit of God

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Since September 11, 2001, there has been a pursuit under way. The military forces of the United States, acting on the orders of the...

What I Have Learned About How God Works

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“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways” (Isaiah 55:8). “When the Son of Man comes, will He find faith...

Dare to Believe: Week Six

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Paul learned an all important lesson, one we would do well to learn. Why do you think Paul had to ask three times to...

Top 10 Healthy Ways to Handle the Church Critic

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One well-worn adage goes, “The two things you can’t avoid in life are death and taxes.” I’d  suggest one more adage for those in ministry....

For Such a Time As This—you Have Been Placed and Positioned

Have you ever found yourself in a situation in which you struggled to make sense? Maybe God had called you to live in a...

Dare to Believe: Week Five

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America is a culture that values self-reliance. We look up to “self-made” men and women and try to emulate them. And it is true...

Who Are You Dragging Up?

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We know the age-old phrase that you are the sum of the five people you hang around with the most. It’s something the late,...

Are We at the End… of the End?

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There has never been a generation like this before, and the Church has never before faced a time like this. In fact, many people...

Dare to Believe: Week Four

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We’ve already talked about the new nature God places within us when we become part of His family. Now I want you to see...

5 Ways to Invest In Your Soul Care

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Leadership is a marathon, not a sprint; you’ve got to take care of yourself if you want to go the distance. Leaders carry burdens, some...
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What I Have Learned About How God Works

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Robert Caro had a problem. He was researching and writing an in-depth biography of Robert Moses, the highly acclaimed “master builder” of New York City,...

How to Lead Those Who Don’t Want to Follow

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Leadership is rewarding and definitely worth it, but let’s be honest, there are many days when it’s no picnic. Typically, those days have something to...

Cultivating Culture: What We Can Learn from “the Pittman Effect”

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Whether you watch football religiously or just hear your coworkers chat about it on Monday mornings, there’s one team right now that seems to...