Monthly Archives: July 2008

The Power of Acts 2:42

I’ve been a Christian for 20 years and I’ve been in leadership in ministry for 15 years. What is the bottom line of walking with God? Bible and prayer. There are many other things, but Bible and prayer are the … Continue reading

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7 Things I've Learned This Week

1. It’s good to have a mentor to call when you need him 2. My wife is a great woman of God in “whom I am well pleased” 3. Doing a lot is not always doing the best 4. Social … Continue reading

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7 Things I’ve Learned This Week

1. It’s good to have a mentor to call when you need him 2. My wife is a great woman of God in “whom I am well pleased” 3. Doing a lot is not always doing the best 4. Social … Continue reading

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The Real Question

The real question may be the second question. Have you ever been in a conversation like this: “Hey, how ya doing?” “I’m fine. How about you?” “It’s all good.” But it may not be “all good” and “fine.” It may … Continue reading

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How to Keep a Small Group Sunday School Class Vibrant

Why does your class exist? Why do you go and sit there every Sunday? Sunday School (SS) as an idea started as a way to educate kids. It was built on the British model of education. (Ten Best Practices to … Continue reading

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Where Did They Go? (2)

The membership retreat was very beneficial. I suggest you get a team of disciples passionate for follow up and take them on a retreat. Every church needs to strategize out how it will follow up on visitors and new members. … Continue reading

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The Sunday Reflection

What a great day we had a “the Stone.” Pastor Dwight preached on “What do in in the face of slander?” The text was Psalm 7:17. He did a topical exposition that was just top notch in my book. Our … Continue reading

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