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So how many is too many Fantasy Football Leagues? 4. My fourth league drafts tonight and is an auction draft. Like going from checkers to chess that lasts 5 hours. Yesterday morning I didn’t understand why no one was replying to emails. That’s what happens when you don’t have a traditional job. Sunday had the amazing experience of being able to share at a local church and the pastor gave everyone permission to join us. One of those incredib»
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Photo Courtesy: kirinqueen on Flickr Never-ending large group options abound at every turn – athletic leagues, university classes, online tribes, business organizations, speaking groups, conferences galore, clubs, meetings, and Bible studies. It’s the Golden Corral of options. As we’ve shifted from a community-centered society to a large group-focused world, those who thrive in small circles of deep community are finding such a place uncomm»
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When it comes to encouragement, are you a cheerleader or a coach? Sharron Cosby, author ofPraying for Your Addicted Loved One joins us today to share how we should seek to encourage others. “Two, four, six eight. Who do we appreciate? Defense. Defense. Push ‘em back, push ‘em back. Way back.” Cheerleaders scream and yell and shake pom poms during a sporting event to encourage their teams to victory. My guess is most of these sneaker-clad»
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When it comes to encouragement, are you a cheerleader or a coach? Sharron Cosby, author ofPraying for Your Addicted Loved One joins us today to share how we should seek to encourage others. “Two, four, six eight. Who do we appreciate? Defense. Defense. Push ‘em back, push ‘em back. Way back.” Cheerleaders scream and yell and shake pom poms during a sporting event to encourage their teams to victory. My guess is most of these sneaker-clad»
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This might ruffle some feathers, but here we go … The church has taught me that to be the church means to be “attractional”. Authentic Christ-followers should, indeed, lead irresistible lives. But this is not the idiom of attraction I learned. The Un-Truth Apparently, the church is most effective when it attracts not-yet believers to its gatherings. I learned this from Vacation Bible School, youth groups, intramural sports leag»
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Photo Credit: iStockPhoto.com   One of the more difficult lessons I have learned in the last year and a half has been perseverance. I have lived most of my life without much perseverance with a few exceptions which were dating/marrying my wife, playing baseball, and playing piano. Almost everything else in my life has fizzled out after a certain amount of time. Played organized basketball for 2 seasons Played organized tennis for 1 season Join»
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Photo Credit: iStockPhoto.com   One of the more difficult lessons I have learned in the last year and a half has been perseverance. I have lived most of my life without much perseverance with a few exceptions which were dating/marrying my wife, playing baseball, and playing piano. Almost everything else in my life has fizzled out after a certain amount of time. Played organized basketball for 2 seasons Played organized tennis for 1 season Join»
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When I was a kid, I played team sportsbasketball, football, church league softball (no comments from the peanut gallery), soccer and more.  And inevitably – regardless of the sport – I would be on the worst team in the league.  I’m not sure what that says about my athletic skills or my leadership ability.  But, apparently, neither was strong enough to pull my teams from the trenches.  To this day, my parents laugh at me about my 5 year»
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This post is part of a series recapping the copious notes I took during the 2013 Resurgence Conference. You can get them all here. Speaker: Matt Chandler Twitter: @MattChandler74 Organization: The Village Church HUMILITY, COURAGE AND SOME PITFALLS (Session passage: 2 Chronicles 26 https://www.bible.com/bible/59/2ch.26.esv) We have staunch elders, but they didn’t write the Bible.. Uzziah learned from his dad. He saw»