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Guest Post: by Kyle Reynolds As a pastor, I’m familiar with judgment. I’ve sat with countless victims over the years and have seen the pain in their eyes as they recount their stories. Stories of how the church rejected them, a friend betrayed them, or a callous comment cut them. ...
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I want to be a better person today that I was yesterday. I want to make a change in the world, and I and convinced that often times that starts with me. Lately however, it has led me to a place where I am not happy with who I am. ...
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Guest Post by Kent Ingle Millennials crave mentorship more than any other generation before them. Because Millennials value relationships, they are looking for someone to invest in them, listen to the things they’re going through, and give them advice. While many Millennials have a strong desire to be mentored, that ...
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I visited a small church in rural Washington that had to be one of the oldest churches in the state. It was exactly what you’re picturing in your mind. A small white chapel, dirt parking lot and basement full of hymnals with songs that haven’t been sung in decades. The ...
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It’s been almost 1 year since my Dad almost died from a massive stroke. His stroke has changed my life and my families lives in some pretty big ways. It has left it’s mark on my dad both physically and emotionally. At times it has been scary, difficult, frustrating, sad ...
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“There is only one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing.” –Aristotle Related articles Can You Handle Critisism? (mratmansky.wordpress.com) A Tribute to Criticism (mardmoodblog.wordpress.com)   Filed under: Church Planting, entrepreneur, Leadership, Life, Quotes Tagged: Aristotle, be, criticism, do, do something, Leadership, leading, nothing, Quote, quotes ...
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What I Learned From Woodrow [My Atheist, Hitchhiking Friend] Guest Post: by Kyle Reynolds Most days, I don’t think of God at all. I’m too busy doing church work. God becomes book ends to my day as I pray before going to sleep and when I wake. No wonder he ...
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Pre-Paid Plan: If I were to buy an iPhone 5s for $649 my data plan would be $35 per month. That means after one year I would spend: ~$1070 Regular Plan: If I were to get the same plan with a subsidized phone I would pay $100-200 up front and ...
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“Being consumed by what people think of you is the fastest way to forget what God thinks of you.” Related articles #lifechurchtv. You show me your friends and ill show you your future. -Craig Groeschel (cunderhill.wordpress.com) “Offer God what you have and trust Him to give you what you need.” ...
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I am on the road this week and next. So posts may be few and far between and posted at weird time. Not that I usually stick to a schedule very well anyways… This week I am in Pittsburgh for the first time in my life. For a long time ...

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