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FaithVillage.com interviews blogger, author and speaker Jon Acuff about his book "Start: Punch Fear in the Face, Es»
Audio | Music >
Heather Williams | Start Over
Heather Williams' song "Start Over" from the album "This Time Around" - be sure and visit http://hea»
Audio | Blogs >
In this episode of "Christ is All," Frank Viola talks about why every Christian should have a blog and discuss»
Audio | Youth Workers >
This week, AC joins the action and brings his usual smoothness with him! The guys use the Simply Youth Ministry Today ar»
Video | Music >
'Start A Fire' | Unspoken
Official music video for "Start A F»
Blog Entry | Small Groups >
Are you new to small group leadership or know somebody who is? Are you looking for a bundle of resources, all in one place, that c»
Blog Entry | Culture >
  I was talking to some friends last night about the idea that sometimes the best thing to do is to start. Is there a new venture you want to take on? A blog you want to write? A habit you want to develop? The best thing to do with that is to start. Do(...)The post Start Makes a Difference appeared first on joshbjones.com.
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
  Creating a blog is a great idea for people wishing to share their opinions, hobbies, or work portfolios. Even if your technical expertise is minimal, you can still start and manage a successful blog thanks to the ease-of-use of most blogging platforms. Starting a blog may seem a bit daunting, since it requires several steps. But with some patience and something to say, you can set up a blog from the start in no time.   Here are four specific»
Blog Entry | Family >
Photo courtesy: http://www.facebook.com/photosbyforeman It’s the start of a New Year. Many of us are busy making (or trying to keep) New Year’s Resolutions. One resolution I made this year was to do a better job keeping my marriage as a top priority. One way I hope to do that is to communicate more with Keith. And by “communicate,” I mean really communicate. Talk about things that matter, not just about what is going on throughout the wee»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
The start of a new year is the perfect time to set a new course. Creating that course begins by answering four questions. The first question is, In What Areas Do You Want to Grow? The second question is, How Do You Plan to Grow? The third question to help you set your course and develop a solid plan for growth is, Who Will Hold You Accountable to Grow? Accountability brings a mixture of emotions. While we recognize its value in helping us gr»