Escaping the Cult of Busyness

The story of Martha and Mary in the Bible has always fascinated me. In Luke 10:38-42, Jesus is at the home of Mary and Martha – two women who, along with their brother Lazarus, are close companions of Jesus. As

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How Will the Quarantine Change Us?

Covid-19 is no slouch. The pandemic that has ransacked the world and is projected to cost the world economy close to $2 trillion this year (not to mention claimed thousands of lives), has also impacted the way that local churches

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The Goal Should Not be Baptism

In the end-of-the-year report, It’s common to hear churches talk about how many baptisms they had that year. Sometimes the numbers reach into the double-digits and a healthy percentage of them are kids of current members, but it’s always something

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Satan as an Angel of Light

“And no wonder, for even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light.”(2 Corinthians 11:14) Stetson Kennedy just wanted to serve his country. He couldn’t enlist in the military during World War 2 because of a bad back, so instead

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How to Start a Bible Study

Have you ever wanted to start a Bible study? Maybe you want it to be an informal group of people from your local church that get together to study an in-depth topic, or maybe you’re wanting to get a community

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Last modified: October 7, 2022

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