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Daniel Kolenda: The Kingdom in Earth

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What was Jesus talking about when He said, "The kingdom of God is within you?"

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10 Reasons Why I Love My Church

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Do you love your church, or do you find fault with it? What are some reasons that you love it?

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David Shibley: Take the Way of Escape

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Here's how to avoid being the next casualty of moral failures among leaders.

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Chuck Lawless: Christmas Eve Memories

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What precious memories do you have from Christmas Eves past?

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12 Bible Verses That Can Shape Your Life and Ministry

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Are there some Bible verses that you have hidden in your heart? Are there those that have changed the course of your life?

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Rick Warren: Ordinary Leaders, Extraordinary Dreams

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Here are some essential truths as you seek the plans God has for your ministry.

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Is Structure Removing Faith From Church?

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Policies help build systems and processes that meet the demands of a growing church. But are we replacing an utter dependence on God with them?

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Rick Warren: How to Get Through What You're Going Through

Rick-Warren-how-toIn their return to Saddleback Church after the death of their son, Pastor Rick and Kay Warren share the very personal story of Matthew and his battle with mental illness. They explore the stages of loss that they are walking through with honesty and transparency, teaching us how to do the same in the tough and tragic times of our lives; reminding us that through it all, God is with us and loves us; and urging us to follow Paul’s teaching in 2 Corinthians 1:4-6—to comfort others in their troubles as God comforts us.

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30 Things I’ve Learned in 30 Years of Ministry

Thom-RainerIt was 30 years ago that I began serving a small rural church in southern Indiana. I was so incredibly green then; I’m glad I didn’t always realize it.

I loved those people in that church and, for some reason, they loved me too. I had to be one of the most inept pastors in history, but they just continued to show me grace and love me even more.

Three decades later, I reflect back on what I’ve learned in ministry. Some lessons came rather naturally; others were very painful.

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