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The Every Day Art of Listening

Do you remember the last time you heard the voice of Jesus? Maybe it was two minutes ago or maybe you are not actually sure if you ever have. Hearing God can seem out of reach for many because it has sometimes been seen as mysterious or reserved for mystics and the exceptionally spiritual. Heather Celoria shares why it doesn't have to be this way.

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"The Danger of the Harry Potter approach to Supernatural Ministry"

In the Kingdom of God it’s not invocations and incantations that get the job done, but a day in and day out abiding relationship with Jesus. These seven sons of Sceva wanted power without relationship. They wanted the authority of Jesus without being discipled into the Life of Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.

From: J. D. Walt

"8 Must-Haves of Youth Ministry"

Underneath all the stuff, there are some basic fundamentals that all youth ministries must have. We get busy and focused on what we think we need to succeed and forget the basics. How are you doing with these musts of youth ministry? What are you missing and what would you add?

From: Youth Ministry Collective

"What They’re Not Telling You About Alcohol and the Bible (3)"

Most of us read the Bible simply assuming it’s world is our world, it’s values are accessible to us simply because we know about the same things in our world. Tragically, we fail to sense the water we swim in, and the water in which the biblical writers swam, and the fact that they are different waters.

From: Lawson Stone

"The Sovereignty of God"

The sovereignty of God is a vitally important truth Wesleyans badly need to recover. This is not only because it is crucial for understanding the biblical drama, but also because many Wesleyans have tended to neglect it because Calvinists often give the impression that it is one of their distinctive doctrines. But the sovereignty of God is not a Calvinist doctrine, it is a biblical doctrine, and no one who wants to be faithful to Scripture can afford to ignore or downplay this great truth.

From: Wesleyan Accent

New At Seedbed

Youth Ministry Collective

We're excited to announce our Youth Ministry Collective — a place for Wesleyan-minded youth pastors to join other leaders in conversations about how this looks in youth ministry.

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