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Day: April 19, 2016

The Form of Narrative Preaching

One of the errors some preachers make when they think of “narrative preaching” is that they assume that narrative preaching means either preaching by telling a story (i.e., a fable, parable, or illustration) or preaching

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Three Reasons to Plan Worship with a Team

Being intentional about planning worship is just the first step. In order to catch the vision for the things you can’t see, you need a team! Emily Barlow shares three ways a team can help you when planning worship.

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Grace in Vladivostok: The Sum Is Greater Than Its Parts

I have often said that the Methodist Wesleyan family is more than the sum of its parts. That is because when the family gathers it is a Revelation moment. People gathered around the throne of God, from every tribe and people group, every shape, size, color, and language. And God’s home is there, among the people.

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