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The Key to Making Lament a Part of Healthy Spirituality

Discontentment is a restless, ugly beast. So how can be beat it? In today's article, Amy George shares the key antidote to discontentment according to Psalm 73, which has the power to transform our most despairing moments into times of deep satisfaction.

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Step 40: Start Caring More.

“Church” ever so subtly switches gears from the service of God to maintaining the status of its leaders and leading citizens. Nobody sets out to ignore the poor. We just get caught up in all it takes to maintain our own “way of life.” Before we know it, we’ve gotten “god” all caught up in all it takes to maintain our “way of life.” That’s how it happens.

From: J. D. Walt

The Post-Denominational “Network” Solution

I often tell my senior leadership team that when they come to me with a problem, they should endeavor whenever possible to also come with a solution. This is a good principle which applies to the church as well.

From: Timothy Tennent

The Key to Making Lament a Part of Healthy Spirituality

Discontentment is a restless, ugly beast. So how can be beat it? In today's article, Amy George shares the key antidote to discontentment according to Psalm 73, which has the power to transform our most despairing moments into times of deep satisfaction.

From: Soul Care Collective

A Way Forward

We have to be explicit in carefully defining our covenant, because living in covenant defines our relationship. Those willing to live in the covenant, in a Wesleyan faith and way, can share in what we pray will become a world movement of revival and renewal.

From: Wesleyan Accent

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Soul Care Collective

Encouraging individuals in personal soul care and equipping them to care for others within the context of their own vocation.

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