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Archives for September 2016

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The #1 Parenting Passage

If I were to ask you what the best, most practical, most helpful parenting passage in all the Bible was, what would you answer? Most biblically literate Christian parents would run to Ephesians 6:14: "Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. "Honor your father and mother" (this is the first commandment with a promise), "that it may go well with you and ...

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Recommended Resources for Growth!

Here is a list of sites where you can find good sources of Christian reading. http://www.challies.com (Mostly info about books, good articles.) http://www.ccel.us http://www.christianbook.com/page/ebooks/free-ebooks https://www.bookbub.com (great for books of any genre)You can also search amazon.com for "free Christian books"....

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Five Reasons Churches Struggle with Outreach

by Tim Zulker How is your church doing with outreach? If it's like most churches, it's strugglingstruggling to communicate, struggling to make connections and worse of all, struggling to enthuse its congregation in the task of taking the gospel to the nations. I'd like to suggest five perennial reasons why churches struggle with outreach. 1. Evangelism deflatesThe three...

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Loving God with or without Children

This is a post from Crossway by Christopher Ash, author of Married for God: Making Your Marriage the Best It Can Be. Marriage and Children If you are married, either you do or you don't have children. And that's a big deal. A very big deal. Some wit has said that, in the media, marriage is all about sex and hardly at all about children; but in real life it's the other wa...

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