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Lee Hyatt
Christian, Working on my MDIV and loving life.
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Richard Ross Mar 25
Join me in my eight-week course “Family-Focused Church Ministry” . Complete video lectures and assignments on your schedule. Begins 4/27. Use your conference budget for tuition. Get completely immersed in this vital topic.
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Richard Ross Mar 24
More dangerous than a virus—to your family and flock—would be the moral collapse of their shepherd. 1. Literally lay your hands on your tech devices and consecrate them before the King you adore. 2. Ask a grace-filled, trustworthy believer to share accountability.
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Lee Hyatt Mar 22
Replying to @the_Ceece_Rasey
It back! Lol
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Robby Gallaty Mar 18
Though our feelings come and go, God's love for us does not. - C.S. Lewis
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Richard Ross Mar 18
As things worsen, God will progressively strip away layers of pride and self-sufficiency from mankind. What if that prepares people to be glued to their TVs on Easter morning, desparate for Good News? How will your church be ready?
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Pastor Steve Gaines Mar 17
Goodnight, frail children of dust. March 17, 2020 is in the books. Sleep well, wake up early, read the Word and praise the Lord Jesus tomorrow morning for the sacred gift of a new day.
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Shane Pruitt Mar 16
isolation is typically most dangerous for those that struggle with depression and addictions. social distancing doesn’t mean relational distancing. check on them check on them check on them check on them check on them then, check on them again!
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Justin Buchanan Mar 15
Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your heart before him; God is a refuge for us. Psalm 62:8
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Lee Hyatt Mar 12
Respectfully, has Greear explained why they were appointed, and the situations of each appointee? Further, are there parts of the story that aren’t being told here that also gives weight to their qualifications? I’d respectfully suggest there’s not a plot behind every decision.
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Justin Buchanan Mar 9
You can't even hope to undo all you've done, but you can start now. I love that beautiful part of Scripture, "Behold, I make all things new." Begin here, begin now. A. W. Tozer
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Lee Hyatt Mar 5
Replying to @the_Ceece_Rasey
I can literally hear your mom doing this! 😂
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Richard Ross Mar 4
Preach and teach: Church members who love family first and Jesus second—are a harm to their families. Church members who love Jesus first and family second—are a huge blessing to their families.
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Mason King Mar 3
The depth of your spirituality is contingent not in merely believing that you can be forgiven, but believing that you can be delighted in by God in Christ. We don't just want forgiveness, we want to be loved. -
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Richard Ross Mar 3
TN Tornado: Two from our host church for DNow are now in heaven. Building heavily damaged. Another participating church is now the relief center. Powerful reminder—we need a restored sense of urgency toward the lost!
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Jason Keith Allen Feb 28
Today is Free Book Friday. Retweet for a chance to receive a free copy of “Portraits of a Pastor: The 9 Essential Roles of a Church Leader”
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Tony Evans Feb 25
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Richard Ross Feb 24
Do you preach to teenagers? You need PASSION. Does my pastor really care about his topic? Does he care about me? KNOWLEDGE. Does he know what he’s talking about? CHARACTER. Is he the real deal? Does he live out what he’s preaching?
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Andrea Bradford Feb 21
In 2012, the SBC elected its 1st Black Pres., . In 2018, hired , my husband and the SBC's 1st Black Evangelism Prof. What's the big deal? The SBC was est. in 1845. "Having faith in God means trusting His timing."
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Lee Hyatt Jan 30
You need this book! If you love Jesus, families, children, you need this book!
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