Tag Archives: leadership

Gems in 1 Chronicles: Leaders in the Kingdom of God

Spectators get no training, and nothing they say is put to the test. The skill of the players and the wisdom of the coaches is put to the test everyday. The results are out there for everyone to see. Continue reading

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Paul and Barnabas Encourage the Churches

The email Bible study I sent to the new converts at Rose Creek Village today: This is a short study of Acts 14:21-23. It is prompted by my wondering what to tell a new Christian. Acts 14:21 lets us know … Continue reading

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Ignatius of Antioch: Conqueror

Imagine yourself in your front yard, suddenly confronted with two huge, growling Rottweilers. One has a short length of thick chain hanging from his log-sized neck that he has clearly snapped to set himself free. They’re too close for you … Continue reading

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Talkin’ to the Devil

There’s something about respect, even when it’s given to a terrible and evil opponent like the devil. Continue reading

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Exhort, Encourage, Testify:The Appearance of Paul, Part V

It takes me too long to get around to finishing series I started. This may be the most important blog I’ve ever written. If you DO this, it will change your life and the lives of all those with whom … Continue reading

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