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Article | Church Leadership >
 
Executive Pastor Jenni Catron discusses the importance of character when selecting leaders in your church.
Article | Youth Leaders >
 
Great tips for Christian youth leaders on how to select volunteers in your ministry.
Article | Relationships >
 
Do you hear what I hear?
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Alpha Sigma Omega, as an honor society, is an association of individuals selected for distinguished ability and achievement in scholarship, leadership, service, and Christian ethics.

Blog Entry | Inspiration >
From March 25th to March 31st, Bruecke to Heaven will be on sale for only $.99 during the Kindle Select Promotion. Pickup a copy for your Kindle device and join the journey where your faith will be tested and uplifted.»
Blog Entry | Spiritual Growth >
Did you ever think about why you were born when you were and why you’re alive in 2014 and not 1812? I’ve got to admit, until I read this chapter I had never thought of that. AUTHENTICALLY ME – A resolution to value myself and celebrate others Supernatural Selection “God has selected you, and everything about you, to participate in the work He is doing at this point in history. Like a coach who methodically considers which runner to put o»
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“Now that Selena is growing up to be a more serious actress and separating herself from her Disney past, she has no problem going topless if the role calls for it,”
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“Now that Selena is growing up to be a more serious actress and separating herself from her Disney past, she has no problem going topless if the role calls for it,”
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
When I was a child, I was plagued with this disorder that my mother liked to call “selective hearing.” Perhaps you’ve experienced this as well: whenever mom would call that dinner was ready or say something like, “Hey Megan, I’m going to run some errands at the mall, do you want to come?” I would always hear her.  But when she would ask things like “could you take out the trash?”  or “hey, could you clean up your room please?»