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Handling Introverts In Ministry

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Handling Introverts In Ministry

I’ve been called many names throughout my life, some nice and some not so nice. I’ve grown to accept the compliments and dismiss the criticisms. However, in college I was called something that I had never heard before – INTROVERT!

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How To Reach A Postmodern World

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How To Reach A Postmodern World

Being a millennial, I feel as though, I have a keen sense to sniff out inaccuracies. I have a tendency to go looking for them. For lack of a better term, we are a generation of cynics and over-analyzers.

I am guilty, and not only by association, to belonging to a generation of know-it-alls

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What Is The Liturgy Of Your Ministry?

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What Is The Liturgy Of Your Ministry?

What is the liturgy of your ministry? Sometimes, the word “liturgy” brings forth an understanding of “traditional worship.” In reality, the word simply means “the work of the people.” In its root form, the word was used to describe a civic project, like the building of an aqueduct. Basically, it is what the community builds together...

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10 Ways To Guard Your Heart

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10 Ways To Guard Your Heart

The Bible clearly states that Satan comes to steal, kill and destroy and I believe now, more than ever, he is on a relentless pursuit to cause pastors and ministers to stumble and fall into temptation.  

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Why We Shouldn't Love To Hate Fine Arts

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Why We Shouldn't Love To Hate Fine Arts

Fine. Arts. No! No! Don't stop reading! Go with me here. If you've been in the Assemblies of God your ENTIRE life like I have than "Fine Arts" isn't just two words. In fact, these two seemingly harmless words probably conjure one of two feelings. Pure joy or seething hatred. The opinions on Fine Arts seem pretty black and white.

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Love...Is Not Self Seeking

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Love...Is Not Self Seeking

Something I’ve come to realize more and more about my self – I’m a selfish individual. I often find myself thinking about me, myself and I far more than I’d ever like to admit. And that’s our human nature. My life is about me.

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The "Not-So-Savory" Art of Recruiting

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The "Not-So-Savory" Art of Recruiting

I found myself sitting in a leadership discussion surrounding the topic of managing volunteer leaders.

Inevitably, the “elephant” in the room decided to plop down and make himself known into the conversation. 

“How do we recruit leaders?”

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