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Month: September 2017

Edgar Bazan ~ Integrity in Christian Leadership

September 28, 2017

Hence, when we talk about Christian leaders, we are stating that they are Christians from core to crust and that their motivation to lead and serve comes from their Christian character.

Tragedy, Community, and Action

September 27, 2017

The Wesleyan Methodist tradition is one that puts actions with intentions.

Michelle Bauer ~ The Restorer of Souls

Leave this quiet time in peace, knowing that it is not your job to restore your own soul, and that you never leave the Shepherd’s presence.

What Happens When We Choose to Be Learners

September 25, 2017

When we are teachable, we come with simple, trusting hearts, ready to gain insight from another.

Wesleyan Accent ~ Guest Post: Davis Chappell on the Principles of Protestant Reformation

I returned home with 12 theses of my own, culled from lessons I learned from this experience.

JR Forasteros ~ Empathy for the Devil: Anger

September 23, 2017

This weekend’s sermon comes from Rev. JR Forasteros, Lead Pastor of Catalyst Rowlett, a Nazarene congregation in the Dallas/Ft. Worth metroplex.

Mindy Mayes ~ Clergy Health: My Testimony of Transformation

September 21, 2017

As clergy, we preach, we teach, we pray, we visit the sick, and we know the word, but how does this apply to ourselves?

Welcoming Director of Development Bonnie Hollabaugh

September 20, 2017

Bonnie will connect our ministry partners with our vision for faith-sharing and the ways in which we equip clergy to embody the call of Christ as mission evangelists.

Michelle Bauer ~ The Nature of Our Good Shepherd

Thank God for the blessings of your day. Ask God for guidance as you live the rest of your day. And leave this quiet time in peace knowing you never leave the Shepherd’s presence.

Carolyn Moore ~ Friends and Servants

September 18, 2017

Jesus calls his friends to deep and abiding love, the kind that sees not obligation but the joy of serving, of being, of vulnerable-but-safe connection.