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Day: December 15, 2014

Five Myths of Christmas

So often we take traditions, songs, popular culture, or poems as what is true about Christmas. One of my favorite parts of working with students this time of year is exposing them to the facts of the Christ’s birth that they think they know. Here are five common misconceptions to share with your students as we journey through Advent.

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Work, Rest, and Play from a Kingdom Perspective

Christians have some peculiar ideas about work. They tend to view it as either the curse or the cure of human existence, as either a necessary evil or the very reason for their existence. From a Kingdom and Wesleyan perspective it is neither.

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Getting Face to Face with God in the New Year

Carolyn Moore confesses that she covets. But it’s not what you’d expect. It has to do with the one word she’s thought, prayed, written and spoken about over the past 3 years—encounter. In today’s article, Carolyn Moore shares her heart for encountering God in the new year and in every day life.

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RESET: Priority. Not Priorities.

December 15, 2014 Matthew 6:33 But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. CONSIDER THIS There are priorities and then there is priority. The secret

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