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Day: August 5, 2015

Steve Beard ~ Aaron Neville's Road to Redemption

“I knew I needed to make my transformation, needed to get back to the place where I was a little boy who believed in the goodness of God and power of prayer,” he remem­bers. He called out to God. He prayed with tenacity as he climbed up the steps of Saint Ann’s Shrine in New Orleans on his knees. He even called upon the intercession of St. Jude, the patron saint of lost causes.

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How to Act In Church

Many who come to Christ through a new work have had either no experience of church or a bad experience of church, in which case they may not know how to act. I’m not talking about how to behave in church; I’m talking about how to be the church.

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A Cookout to Finishing Summer Strong

Last spring our Student Ministry team was brainstorming about how to finish the Summer “strong” after having a summer filled with momentum builders. Our simple solution? Have a celebration cookout.

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Obedience to the Father

Only God can really motivate someone to praise Him. But if we align our hearts with His and simply join Him in the work of leading people, we will have the pleasure of watching hearts come alive.

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Seedbed - Seven Minute Seminary

Christians Should Practice Hospitality by Welcoming the Stranger

The biblical mandate is clear—the people of God should be welcoming the stranger, even when it’s risky and uncomfortable, because in doing so, they are welcoming God. In today’s Seven Minute Seminary, Dr. Amy Oden shares about this essential Christian practice as its woven throughout Scripture and in early Christian tradition.

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