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Preaching | Brett Younger | Thirty Minute Seminary
Brett Younger, Associate Professor of Pr»
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Worship | Thirty Minute Seminary | Dr. Karen Massey
Dr. Karen Massey, Associate Professor of»
Article | Wellness >
 
Avid runner Rick Meyer discusses his increased health, energy and fitness in his later years and explains how the Holy Spirit is r»
Article | Evangelism >
 
The preface and chapter one from Gary Habermas's apologetic work on the resurrection of Christ.
Article | Family >
 
Encouragement for Couples Facing Infertility
Article | Church Leadership >
 
Ministry isn't easy
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Submitted for a Christian Journalism assignment at Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas. Rick E. Meyer See, Believe, Achieve Inc.www.rickemeyer.com Portent of high winds and hail, dark green clouds saturating the western horizon scurry toward Kearney, Nebraska as if on a turbo-charged conveyor belt. The radio weatherman reports sixty MPH winds. Why do I continue my voyage to a college friend’s magnet of rearranging winds—a trailer»
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Faith: Romans vs. James ___________________ A Paper Presented to Dennis J. Kavanaugh Ph.D. Dallas Theological Seminary ___________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course BE 107 Hebrews, General Epistles, & Revelation ___________________ by Rick E. Meyer 20 March 2012 Faith: Romans vs. James What is faith? Now faith is the assurance of thing hoped for, the conviction of things not seen(Hebrews 11:1). Roman»
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You have ambitions. You have had them all of your life. You have places you want to go and people you want to meet. You have a bucket list of things to do before you die. You have goals you want to achieve. There’s nothing wrong with any of that.  Except. Except that our ambitions that we think are so big and great, may actually be too small. We may not be reaching high enough. Francis Xavier said this: “Tell the students to give up their sm»