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Definitions ARE Important
Some phrases or words or topics are commonly used in the Church: “We need to grow spiritually“ “We want to make sure everyone is being discipled…” “We need to train people in evangelism“ “Spiritual disciplines are important for every Christian” But using these phrases often..
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Everyday Parables: Maybe It Happens Just Like This
The Scene: Working on the laptop at McDonald’s. A table full of pre-teen guys are trying to eat. The oldest (perhaps a freshman among them) is acting like a social rooster, pecking down the awkwardness of the younger guys, strutting for the girls sitting nearby, nudging..
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Evangelism, Service—Or Both?
Evangelism and service: Make sure you don’t confuse the two. A service project doesn’t necessarily require evangelism, and evangelism doesn’t necessarily require a service project. Two years ago I realized that I get this wrong more than I get it right. I was walking around..
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The Basics
  The best coaches, the most effective teachers, and the strongest leaders all know this truth: If you want to build something that endures, you have to start with the basics. That idea applies to our spiritual journey, too. The Basics will help students explore,..
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GUEST POST: Why Do 80% of Youth Leave Church After High School?
There is a well-known statistic that tells us that 80% of youth stop attending church after they graduate high school. As a parent, that’s the most horrifying statistic in the world to me! Let me bring that closer to home, that means, in a church..
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