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Benjamin Applebee
Father to 7. Husband to 1. Pastor. Preacher. Writer. Learner. I'm in the pursuit of helping people move from plateau to passion. And unashamedly
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 20
Just my feed with influx of amateur paid ads?! Love that the internet is open and free but man seriously if you really care about your business, brand or ministry then take the extra step to polish it! Low to no excellence=low to no buy in! If you don’t care enough why should I?!
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 17
Replying to @CTmagazine
Thanks for this. Found him on YouTube-now of course been through a dozen suggested videos of his. Was recommended before that by a church lady!
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 16
This album is liquid hot magma one of my personal favorites so far. In a saturated market (though I’m an unabashed fan) I must admit it’s refreshing to have a real hip hop album back from a legend like himself!
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 13
Replying to @nashtofer
HAHAHHAHA
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 1
Replying to @petescazzero
Can’t tell you how much your podcast has meant for me as a pastor! I refer every single volunteer, leader, church staff and ‘career Christian’ your direction. Such a refreshing and healing take on leadership. (And your book is still wrecking my wife too from a month ago!)
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Benjamin Applebee Jun 1
Episode 8, The AWP: Two Things you Must Tell Your Leaders every Week (Vision & Affirmation)
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Benjamin Applebee May 18
Episode 7: Millenials, Marketing and Morality Feat. Skylar Chaput
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Benjamin Applebee May 8
‘An unbroken Peter would have been an unbearable Peter’ on the dark night of the soul (your wrecked seasons of suffering/pain) as the only path to growth and leadership development 😱 🔥
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Benjamin Applebee May 4
There are two things I like most in this world-nay 2 things I live for: and and yes these two do belong in the same breath.
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Benjamin Applebee retweeted
George MacDonald Apr 27
Instead of asking yourself whether you believe or not, ask yourself whether you have this day done one thing because He said, DO IT, or once abstained because He said, DO NOT DO IT. It is simply absurd to say you believe in Him, if you do not do anything he tells you.
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 21
What kind of life am I living where my biggest moral conundrum is whether to delete Instagram or not?
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 18
Feeling like one million dollars right now! Come at me world! (*dad of 7 who got 7 hours of UNINTERRUPTED sleep last night; don’t need no app for that.)
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
Some thoughts on Christian worldview in light of the and
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
5) The tension we must become faithful in living is this: love your country and always embrace the defense of the defenseless whilst at the same time agreeing that the way and word of Jesus makes claims to every single word, value, purpose and priority of your life.
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
4) therein lies the common denominator of our apparent dissonance: when it comes to matters of State we seem to suffer an amnesia for the words and way of Jesus. It’s an either/or my fellow which voice is greater in your ears-the or culture?
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
3) is one of the most consistent voices on this but as Christ-followers we can no longer afford to hold two contrary views-i.e. believe in the words of Jesus as literal truth AND support the myth of redemptive violence-there’s literally no such thing on earth.
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
2) Also, at least for those who call ourselves Christians, we are still called to enemy love. Not the theory or parable of it, the reality of it. Yes it becomes political in times like these. You don’t have to like it. You don’t even have to agree. But did still say it.
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
1) This morning I admit I’ve been happy that we “bombed the bad guys.” For me it comes down to dead children, too many pictures of dead (or dying) children. Toddlers being pulled from rubble-faces marred with dry blood and dirt. Toddlers washed up on the beach-trying to escape.
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 14
wonderful book. Beginning with the incredible packaging, format and readability-it’s the way all print books ought to be today. More importantly what a convincing argument for creating passion brands with empowered brand evangelists!
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Benjamin Applebee Apr 6
BLONDE. It’s like they said “here drink this instead. And I was like ‘yes, uhhu okay right’” it’s legit my only menu item now...
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