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A Prolonged Conversation with a Wise Mentor A Review of The Messy Quest for Meaning: Five Catholic Practices for Finding Your Vocation Stephen Martin Paperback: Sorin Books, 2012 Buy Now:  [ Amazon ]  [ Kindle ] Reviewed by Kevin McClain. Some people form, at a very young age, a strong sense of what they want to be when they grow up. These people are fixated on a destination, and they move through life assured of their meaning. Such people k»
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Reports of my demise have been greatly exaggerated. Last week was a family vacation with an overlapping itinerary and spotty internet access. BUT FEAR NOT. I have not been dissuaded by internet people calling me bad words, names and intimating that I’m the worst. Have I had people use bible verses to tell me how  truly awful I am? Yes. Do I think criticizing a person writing a snarky recap of an awful reality show using God’s holy wo»
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Probably one of the top five books I have read in the past ten years is called Visioneering by Andy Stanley. In my mind, this book ranks with classics like Good to Great by Jim Collins and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. In Stanley’s book, he goes into great detail about why vision is so important to Christian leadership. He also gives solid advice about how to go about casting that vision to your organization. If»
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Posted on May 18, 2011by pebasv Last fall (2010) shortly after our team returned from South Africa our friend Frank Pretorius started talking to our Executive Director Blake Coffee about plans for 2011. From the start they knew that it would be a big year. There had been an opportunity for our team to be involved with the annual meeting of the Baptist Union of Southern Africa, and as a result there were many churches with a keen interest in “»
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Welcome to the Art, Life & Faith Question of the Week #5. What has been the most challenging artistic work you’ve ever created? What made this artistic work challenging? Right now, I’m in the middle of one of the most challenging writing projects I’ve ever encountered. How about you? Read on What is the most challenging artistic work you have ever created? My writing partner, Ken Straw (also my brother-in-law) are doing word-for-wo»
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Christy Nockels, singer, songwriter, and worship leader with Passion Conferences, Passion City Church, and sixsteprecord»
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These are my notes from Bill Hybel’s closing message at the Summit.  Everyone wins when a leader gets better. My vision for the Summit has always been that we leaders realize we all need, at the very least, an annual heart-check and gut-check and time of refreshment and encouragement and refining our leadership skills. That we treat doing this as a non-negotiable, essential part of our practice. At the end of the day, we want to be able to sta»
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I recently returned from the 8th annual Orphan Summit, sponsored by the Christian Alliance for Orphans. What a week!  I am struck by the passion of individuals to care for the vulnerable and to motivate the Church to do the same.  I use the Church (with a capital C) intentionally, as I am not referring to individual congregations, but to the body of Christ.  It is God’s calling for all of us (See James 1:27, Matthew 25:31-46, Isaiah 1:17-18,»
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  Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV) 22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. During Lent as we reflect on Jesus’ Journey in the wilderness he was there 40 days and 40 nights, then the scripture said he was hungry.  The tempter comes in and begins to tempt Jesus during his weakest moment.  You see, our enemy likes»
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It’s 12:30 in the morning and I am sitting in front of my computer with a head full of thoughts and a heart full of joy and I’m just searching for the right words to share it all and praying that they will come. Because today was one of the best days of my life.  And I wish you could see what I see. Because I see beauty. I see grace. I see miracles happening all around me – the glory of God touching human hearts and making them shine – b»