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Author: Maxie Dunnam

Loving God with an Undivided Heart

The lingering threat of becoming nothing more than a dead sect is ever before us. We need a recovery of holiness of heart and life, the antidote of the relativism that is the operative dynamic of our culture.

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The Church as Servant

Are we willing to go out into the city and compel the unlikely to come to the party? Maxie Dunnam asks this question of the church in today’s article.

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Maxie Dunnam ~ The Shape of Discipleship

The intercessory life is a pattern for our interior growth in prayer that is abiding in Christ, and the outward expression of a missional Christ life in the world. It is a dynamic balance of paying attention to our personal spiritual maturity, and the call of Christ to minister as servants in the world.

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Maxie Dunnam ~ What Does the Lord Require of You?

I know that issues are more complex than these assertions, but I’m weary of excusing ourselves because the issue is so complex. Education is clearly a justice/mercy issue. That’s the reason why our church in Memphis has made a missional commitment to doing justice in relation to education.

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