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Day: September 2, 2015

Change and the Church Planter

Once we are followers of Christ, the Lord continues to stretch us, grow us, challenge us, and guide us, all in the goal of making us more like Jesus. God is in the life-changing business.

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Becoming More Than A Worship Leader

Being a worship leader is first and foremost about being a disciple, or follower, of Jesus. And no follower of Jesus stays the same for very long. Following Jesus is as much about who we are becoming as it is what we are doing. This is the call.

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Four Tips for Future Planning

It seems like summer just ended, and now I do really need to be thinking ahead to next summer. There really is an art to making a summer plan that helps everyone grow in their faith, but not stressing the family (yours included) by having a crazy schedule.

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How Long Does It Take to Write a Sermon

Preaching is the most visible aspect of pastoral ministry, and sermon preparation is a focal point of a preaching pastor’s week. In my own ministry, sermon preparation takes a lot of time and energy. As a preacher I have occasionally wondered how much time other pastors spend preparing their sermons.

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Book of the Month – Truth Therapy: Renewing Your Mind with the Word of God

The Soul Care Collective unveils a new Book-of-the-Month Review. On the first Wednesday of each month, one of our authors will review a book that has impacted them or equipped them to better care for themselves and others. Our very first review comes from Patricia Taylor, our managing editor, who reviews a book about how the Word of God can literally change the physiological landscape of your mind.

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Why Studying the Greek Biblical Text Is Worth Your Time

The Bible was originally written primarily in two languages, Hebrew and Greek, because these were the cultures that God worked through to covenant with his people. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Bill Mounce as he discusses the usefulness of familiarizing ourselves with the biblical Greek.

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