Monthly Archive: July 2019

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When you wish things were different

What does frustration in life have to do with our theology? In this article, we’ll take a look at how God can work deeply in us through the trials of life, unchanging circumstances and difficult people.

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Being a warrior for God, part two

Being a Christian and a warrior are two ideas seldom connected in the modern world. However, if Christians embraced the discipline and ethic of a warrior, we would see an unparalleled resurgence of strength, leadership, sacrifice, courage, and love in our world. In a previous post I listed two characteristics of warriors that should be embraced by Christians: A Warrior is Humble; A Warrior is Accustomed to Great Sacrifice. In this post, I’ll identify a two more areas Christians can embrace the call to be a warrior.

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Church finance: the business basics

Ministry and church leaders wear many hats as they seek to fulfill their calling. This article is designed to assist pastors and church leaders as they navigate the financial aspects of ministry by providing a basic foundation of business principles. The knowledge and application of these principles will help strengthen the financial integrity of any ministry. Stay tuned for additional articles on managing ministry financials.

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Being a warrior for God

Being a Christian and a warrior are two ideas seldom connected in the modern world. If Christians embraced the ethic and discipline of warriors, our world would see radical change in Christian leadership.

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Parenting in light of the Gospel

The Gospel brings about a radical change in our lives. How should our parenting be impacted by Gospel truth? In a world full of conflicting information, God’s Word provides the needed foundation to lead our children in following Christ. In this article, we will discuss a few areas where the Gospel can produce liberating changes in our approach parenting.