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My first genuine encounter with women in ministry happened in college. Week after week, I would listen to faithful women give powerful proclamation of the word of God. At that time, I'd never really given any thought as to whether or not it was permissible for a woman to preach to men or to serve on a church staff. The church I grew up in only had men in the pulpit, but I remember women taking a prominent role in many other aspects of church life»
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CHRISTIANS AND POLITICIANS
If you could pick one issue for the chur»
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Devotion for Aug. 8 – Aug. 14 – Unity Think as you read: What difference does unity make in the life of a church and its individuals? Read Philippians 2 Explore God’s Word - What does Paul ask the Philippians to do in order to “make his joy complete (vv. 1-2)?” - Whose example does he point to that will aid them in doing this (v. 5)? - Whom does Paul remind them is working “in” them to help them in following Chr»
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Keep on Keepin’ On Weekly Devotions and Prayer Guide Devotion for Sept. 26 – Oct. 2 – Rejoicing and Remembering Think as you read: What role do your memories of church and your Christian walk play in your service to God today? Read 1 Thessalonians 1 Explore God’s Word - What did Paul, Silas, and Timothy remember about the Thessalonians (v. 3)? - Why were Paul and his friends convinced that God had chosen the Thessalonia»
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My first genuine encounter with women in ministry happened in college. Week after week, I would listen to faithful women give powerful proclamation to the word of God. At that time, I'd never really given any thought as to whether or not it was permissible for a woman to preach to men or to serve on a church staff. The church I grew up in only had men in the pulpit, but I remember women taking a prominent role in many other aspects of church life»
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"But we have the mind of Christ” Apostle Paul“Being steeped in the mind of Christ is all important” JoanChittisterAdventure with a purpose. We use that phrase a lot where I work at Extreme Missionary Adventures and I think that it isimportant to our mission, our vision and our passion that we understand what wemean with this phrase.Lots of people are into adventure these days.  Heli-skiing, base-jumping, scuba»
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In the New Orleans area, our two most common road dividers are "the neutral ground" (a.k.a. the median) and canals. If you don't know your way around the city and especially its suburbs (Metairie, Jefferson, Kenner, etc.) you are highly likely to become frustrated with the amount of canals you run into when you think you can head in a certain direction and find your way.  Once you come upon one, you have to creatively maneuver your way arou»
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O glorious advocate and protector, St Valentine, look with pity upon our wants, hear our requests, attend to our prayers, relieve by your intercession the miseries under which we labour, and obtain for us the divine blessing, that we may be found worthy to join you in praising the Almighty for all eternity: through the merits of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. A Catholic practice I’ve never understood is praying to saints. (Actually, I’ve never»
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Christian Leadership Development Model This series of articles explores thirteen major methods that are effective for making disciples. Keep in mind that in a ubiquitous (all encompassing, everywhere present) disciple-making process, virtually each method is not only encouraged but is planned into the church ministries. Here is a list including links to articles that have been completed in the series: Simple Discipleship: A Comprehensive Disciple»
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I recommend that you Bookmark, Print and Share this post. After all, what is more powerful than being who God made you to be?The Enemy says: Things will never change. You are hopeless.God says: This is only temporary. My plans for you are full of hope. (2 Corinthians. 4:16-18, Jeremiah 29:11)The Enemy says: You make terrible decisions. Your mind is a mess.God says: I have given you a clear, sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7)The Enemy»