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by Wolfgang Eckleben | Posted on Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 | | no responses
It’s not what you know, but WHO you know that makes the difference in life. Do you know God? Or just know “about” God? God knows you, and wants you to know Him. Not just superficially, but intimately. In the book of Daniel 11v32 we read that “…BUT those who KNOW their God will be strong, and do great exploits for God.” In this message I urge you to live to know God, and remind us that it is out of our relationship with God that we receive strength to stand and do great exploits. I ….
by Adam Mabry | Posted on Monday, December 2nd, 2013 | | no responses
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! I thought I’d celebrate the day with 7 things for which I am thankful. I’m Thankful for Jesus No, I’m not just giving you a Jesus-juke. I’m grateful for my savior. He loved me while I was his enemy. He bled to beautify me. I will sing for 10,000 ages about his greatness and not yet have scratched the surface of his kindness. I’m Thankful for Sanctification Jesus doesn’t just save me. He grows me. He challenges me. He slays me. He prunes me. He loves me. He rebukes me. He trains ….
by Joey Bonifacio | Posted on Friday, November 29th, 2013 | | no responses
I never liked roller coasters. My wife and children know that every time I did I ended up with severe motion sickness that lasted hours. Writing this post is enough to get me dizzy. There is another kind of roller coaster ride that I also don’t enjoy. The one that has to do with our emotions. And like physical roller coasters this one can just be as disorienting but something we cannot avoid. Emotions are part of what make us human. The Bible tells us that there is a time to weep and a ….
by Brett Fuller | Posted on Wednesday, November 27th, 2013 | | no responses
Ps 50:23 says, “He who offers a sacrifice of thanksgiving honors Me; And to him who orders his way aright I shall show the salvation of God.” A thanksgiving offering allows us to tangibly thank God for all He has done for us. When we offer to Him from this motivation the psalmist says we will put ourselves in a better position to receive Divine protection and deliverance. This Thanksgiving, let’s thank Him right, thank Him well… Read the original post here.
by Steve Murrell | Posted on Monday, November 25th, 2013 | | no responses
Last month Deborah and I were in Indonesia, Singapore, and Taiwan teaching Asian pastors, church-planters, and missionaries about discipleship and leadership. Same ole boring strokes, again. After our Sunday night session a young Indonesian leader asked, “how do you define discipleship?” Good question. Here’s my answer, and more. 1. A disciple is a person who follows Jesus. 2. Every Christian should be a disciple. 3. Every disciple should make disciples. 4. Discipleship is the process of helping others follow Jesus. 5. Discipleship is a life-long journey not a six-week class. 6. Discipleship happens best in ….