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Day: June 3, 2015

Tom Fuerst ~ Why You Should Stop Obsessing Over the End of the World

Creation, time, space, love, truth, goodness, and beauty are not afterthoughts in God’s plan to save the world. Each plays an intricate role in that plan. Each contributes something the overall whole of the gospel. Each reminds us of God’s good intentions for his world and the inhabitants thereof. And no matter your eschatology, you are called to live in creation, time, space, love, truth, goodness, and beauty at least until God takes you out of this world.

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7 Resources for Keeping Kids Safe from Sexual Abuse

We live in an time when media attention raises awareness (and also fear) of childhood sexual abuse. With all the danger we see, how in the world can we keep our children safe? Kathy Milans shares wisdom and tangible resources that will help you keep the children in your life more safe from sexual predators.

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Chair Foosball

Chair Foosball is a great last minute game or it is a good game for those rainy summer days at camp when you need to keep the students busy. This game has no set up and our students have a blast playing it!

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How I Became a Wesleyan (William Abraham)

John Wesley was the 18th century founder of the Methodist movement—a community of Christians who brought renewal to the church by practicing intentional discipleship and striving after the holiness of God. But what causes someone to be belong to a particular spiritual tradition? In this Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. William “Billy” Abraham answers why he is a Wesleyan Methodist.

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