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Month: July 2015

Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ The Prevailing Sin of Evangelicals

July 13, 2015

How did we get here? We thought we were strong, faithful, and following where God led. But what if we weren’t?

Jeff Rudy ~ Simplicity: For Richer, For Poorer

July 11, 2015

The redeemed, the serene, the peaceful ones who are reconciled with God will find our God-aimed identity not in what we buy, accumulate, save, or consume, but in how we give.

Grace Upon Grace

July 9, 2015

If in your congregation you are always fussing among yourselves, then why would the world want to be part of you?

Kevin Murriel ~ A Conversation about “Breaking the Color Barrier”

July 8, 2015

I contend that when people come together without anger and with love and “life together” as the end goal, churches will be healthier and people will find that they have more in common.

Tom Fuerst ~ Pastors, Moral Failings, and the Thing Nobody Wants to Talk About

July 6, 2015

The apostles don’t see themselves as CEOs or slaves to the church. They see themselves as fulfilling a specific duty for the church: the ministry of the word of God and prayer. Everything else was dropped from their plate. And not only did the church not look down on them or call them lazy for a desire to emphasize these two tasks alone, but this suggestion “pleased the whole community.”

Michelle Bauer ~ Live Free!

July 4, 2015

Through Christ, we have been set free. Think about what it means not just to be free but also to live in freedom. It is possible to be free but to still live as if you aren’t…

Otis McMillan ~ Whose Voice Are You Listening To?

July 2, 2015

As this man did, you will discover that God’s Word will be fulfilled. Regardless of what others may offer, stay in tune to the words of Jesus. There may be delays, some disappointments, but the promises of God will come to pass. The key is, whose voice are you listening to?

Elizabeth Glass Turner ~ Called to be a Nimble Follower

July 1, 2015

Are we free to follow Christ quickly, lightly, quickly comprehending his ways? That is a question worth losing sleep over.