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Duke Kwon Jan 14
Dr. King's "Letter From a Birmingham Jail" is required reading for all American Christians.
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Michael C. Mack 17h
: God often speaks to us and teaches us through people of different races, genders, cultures, classes, tribes. Get out of your comfort zone and listen to ppl not like you.
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IMB Jan 10
Missions to the unreached is difficult, dangerous, and sometimes deadly — and 100% worth the cost.
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IMB Jan 16
"Go and make disciples?" or "As you go, make disciples?"
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Lead Small Groups Jan 11
If your is ALWAYS a mess, then keep working at developing your skills. Learn from your mistakes, and keep going. But remember, there will be times when things do not go as planned.
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Mike Glenn Jan 14
From the blog: Meditations from Martin Luther King Day
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RDN Jan 14
What does it look like to be a "Winning" church? Jim Putman asks 'Are you measuring the right things?'
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Mike Glenn 10h
From the blog: First Things First
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Step Forward 5h
So encouraging! It's so easy to get ahead of where God wants us to be. Trust in His plans. He wants us to go deeper in relationship with Him.
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Rusty Mott 15h
Teaching our small groups the H.E.A.R journaling method has been a blessing for our discipleship process! Highlight, explain, apply, and respond! Don't just read the Bible, think/respond/engage with the text! Check out 's Growing Up and other resources!
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Paul Worcester Jan 7
Unreached people groups are unreached for a reason. All the easy places are already taken. How does this reality influence our with those we are praying to mobilize and send?
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CatholicHeartandMind Jan 11
Jesus is the only answer to the deepest needs of the human heart. By our dedication to a close relationship w/ Him, we can build a culture of life & civilization of love. “Be proud of the Gospel of Christ!” --St John Paul II
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David Servant Jan 16
If making isn't the mission of your , it either needs to shut down or change it's mission! Learn more:
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Matt Sherro 2h
it's the most important thing we pastor's do. on the last day, may we say to Jesus, "my God and King, i have brought disciples to Your throne to glorify Your Name."
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Step Forward 5h
Amen to that - Seek to “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” (Mark 12:30) and allow Him to lead you.
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the perch 15h
from Pastor today. The beautiful thing is that we can fully obey Jesus because we can utterly trust him. He has our best in mind. Whenever this gets tough, just think: What will the world miss out on if I don't obey God in this?
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Zion Baptist Church 5h
God remembers my good works even when I mess up. ~ Micah 7:19
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Timothy W. Scott 4h
Wednesday means getting to talk about living like Jesus with these guys. Always awesome.
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Kimberly Gallagher 5h
Hey Friends - Could you use some encouragement? Do you know how to hear God's voice? Are you pursuing what God wants you to do? Has God changed your plans lately? Are you in the midst of a trial? - follow
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Bill Wilks 3h
We will not talk about disciple-making, but equip you to be a disciple-maker. Sign up today at: .
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