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Day: October 21, 2015

What Hitler and Mother Theresa Have in Common

When we use illustrations that are beyond the scope, the everyday experience, of our hearers, there’s an higher chance they illustration will miss them altogether. They may even intellectually grasp the message, but they will not feel it, relate to, or see themselves in it.

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The Importance of Intergenerational Worship

While there is great value in offering ministries that are geared toward reaching and discipling people with age-appropriate tactics, the importance of intergenerational worship cannot be understated. The corporate worship gathering of the church should be the place where we collectively gather and respond to the invitation of God—to encounter His revelation.

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What happens after Sunday?

Our model has always been discipleship through small groups. What we have failed to emphasize is the sense of apprenticeship in the nature of Christlikeness. We have over-emphasized studies and under-emphasized the spiritual spadework of healing, accountability, spiritual disciplines, and authentic spiritual conversation.

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Seedbed - Seven Minute Seminary

Racial Reconciliation and the Gospel

Much has changed in America since 1963 when Martin Luther King’s prophetic rang from the Birmingham jail. At the same time, many things remain the same. Watch this Seven Minute Seminary by Lisa Yebuah to learn more about race as a gospel issue.

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