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Blog Entry | Spiritual Practices >
photo creditQUESTION #1 Collaborations: a good idea? Every journey starts with a separation, a leave-taking, a realization that the place you are right now is a place where you can no longer stay. -Justine Musk In 2011, it seemed that everything I was creating was a collaborative effort. I lived outside of the United States for the majority of 2010. So when I arrived home I found myself saying YES TO ANYTHING my friends were working on in an effo»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Here are some more resources on Pilgrim's Progress: Books:A good classic standard edition of it (Oxford World's Classics) Banner of Truth edition. Considered a really good edition. Retold in modern... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Blog Entry | Counseling >
For too long the church has allowed culture to own the discussion of sex. God created sex and declared it good. When we distort sex, God can redeem our guilt (if we have sinned) or our shame (if we have been abused). In a culture that is obsessed with sex – any honest assessment of modern marketing would have to concede we’re obsessed – the church must engage the conversation of sex and sexuality. Below are ten resources that seek to addres»
Blog Entry | Culture >
This is a list of websites with free resources for churches, a good demonstration that churches can be generous to share with other churches. I think it was Jesus who said: “Freely you have received; freely give.” First a list of websites dedicated to giving away free resources, and then a list of churches that produce high-quality content they use in-house and then share these resources out of their overflow and abundance: http://www.openchu»
Blog Entry | Prayer >
Good Morning Jesus – As I look round my community and hear stories from around America and across the world, there is so much sadness and misery. So many of your children have to deal with the loss of their homes due to extreme weather, so many of your children are victims of violence, and so many of your children are homeless. Lord, these are just a few of the calamities that strike your people, yet within all of this despair, there are so man»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Many have called church planting the “last frontier” for women in ministry. Sadly, most of the resources and funding are geared towards men at this time. However, I am hopeful for the future and seeing more women each year being embraced for their gifts and callings. If you do a quick Google search, you will quickly find there is little that addresses or serves women church planters which has inspired me to write this post as a resource to wo»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
God, sometimes I feel like I’m not a good Christian in your eyes,  like you’re a Father disappointed in me, frustrated, wishing I would do more, be more, and I wonder are You proud of me? Am I a good Christian? Do I make You smile? I don’t want to fail. I don’t want to disappoint You. and sometimes I feel like I’m not as spiritual as I used to be. I’m afraid that I’ll slip away from You, slowly fade and become lost. I don»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Many have called church planting the “last frontier” for women in ministry. Sadly, most of the resources and funding are geared towards men at this time. However, I am hopeful for the future and seeing more women each year being embraced for their gifts and callings. If you do a quick Google search, you will quickly find there is little that addresses or serves women church planters which has inspired me to write this post as a resource to wo»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
Attempts at Honesty Christian Blog - Reflections on the interplay of the Bible and CultureSometimes the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hose. There are so many good writers who provide helpful information that one has to learn to be selective; there is too much to take in. Therefore, to narrow it down a bit, I thought I would take a few minutes to provide a list of four blogs I follow and why I think that you should follow them also.»
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Not everybody can travel to Israel. But everyone can benefit from including Bible lands in their personal Bible study. You just need some good tools. Photo: Tabernacle Model. Courtesy of BiblePlaces.com I have discovered that including Bible lands in my study has given me more understanding of the Bible than learning Greek and Hebrew. The benefits of including Bible lands in the study of Scripture are available to everyone. I’ve created what I»