Evangelism

"Evangelism is not my job."

I am unabashedly extroverted. I enjoy the company of my peers, and really need it to recharge if I’ve been cooped up by myself for too long. An interest in theology and apologetics means that evangelism (at least in an academic sense) has always been a passion of mine and consequently it has come quite easily to me. Engaging in corporate worship...

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The Power of Purposeful Multiplication
The Power of Purposeful Multiplication

There's a lot of growth potential in one little seed.  It seems so small but under the right conditions this one seed can grow into a plant that will yeild 800-1600 seeds!  Spiritual multiplication is the same.  When you think about it Jesus' plan to save the world was genius, Jesus planted the seed of the gospel in the lives of  11 guys,...

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Come join us on a Faith Adventure: Online mentoring
Come join us on a Faith Adventure: Online mentoring

A faith adventure occurs when these three kinds of people are all involved in at the same time, or, we say, as part of the same process. It’s another way to talk about a spiritual multiplication cycle. Online mentoring is designed to START A CONVERSATION and encourage someone to take the next step in his or her faith adventure. This Faith...

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Faith Adventure Model
Faith Adventure Model

Our Power To Change Faith Adventure Model hasn’t changed in underlying principle, but we have a newer graphic form for it and a definition of a Faith Adventure. We are increasingly organizing all of our ministry activities around the concept of Faith Adventure. A related way of describing the same concept is the more traditional language...

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The Legacy of a Christian Father
The Legacy of a Christian Father

I grew up as a pastor’s kid. I am also adopted. My birth mom was only a teenager when she had me.  She was in an abusive marriage with an alcoholic. In order to give me a better life, my birth mother and biological dad thought it in my best interest to be given to a family who could better care for me than they could.  I was adopted by a Pastor...

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The Look in His Eyes
The Look in His Eyes

If you are a military member and would like some prayer, we are ready to listen and pray. My daughter and I were flying to a family wedding in Pennsylvania and were waiting for a connecting flight in the Atlanta airport. We sat and observed the people as they passed. Most were laughing and visiting with family and friends as they too, waited...

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Seven Leadership Principles
Seven Leadership Principles

My growth has been greatly enhanced by learning to sail. I have a thirty year old 12 foot Dolphin Sailboat and a 24 foot Com Pac made in 1981. They are perfect for exploring all the lakes and seaways around where I live. The lessons learned relaxing and reflecting on these old boats have enhanced my own spiritual growth and journey to recovery. ...

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Widow Chooses Exciting Life
Widow Chooses Exciting Life

What does a woman do after her mate of many years dies? Most women remain settled among their friends and loved ones. But former park commissioner Margaret Coles decided to make her life count by serving others less fortunate with her special skills and experience as a medical technician. "The Lord had done so much for me," Margaret Coles says,...

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