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A Worthy Call

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series The Call of God

The Call of God is a Worthy Call! There are a lot of things that we do in life but there is no greater task than fulfilling what God’s plan is for our life!! And the great thing is that God has a calling for every single person. As I’ve emphasized over and over in this series “All are called”… Continue reading

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Rowing without Oars

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series The Call of God

Our greatest struggle as Christians isn’t knowing what God desires of us; it is choosing to be obedient to God and His will for our lives. Continue reading

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Called of God

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series The Call of God

In this introductory message to the series there are some observations that can be drawn from Jesus’ comments to His disciples in John 15:16. Continue reading

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Unplugged Volunteers

“Perhaps the only thing worse than losing volunteers is when a volunteer in your ministry unplugs from his or her relationship with God and stays involved in your ministry.” – Bill Allison, Recruiting, Motivating & Retaining Volunteers in the Church

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No Common Act

There is the continual struggle with the thinking that the secular and the sacred are morally and spiritually incompatible, and as we are driven by the necessities of living to be always crossing back and forth from the one to the other, our inner lives tend to break up so that we live a divided instead of unified life.
I?m convinced that it is exactly this that causes unrest in many professing Christians and at the same time drives many a seeker away because of the seeming hypocrisy of it all. I?m also convinced that it is this that keeps many people from experiencing the full depths of a enriching and exciting life that God wants everyone to experience. I choose my words carefully there because life will never be free of pain and the Christian that is fulfilled by there existence on this world has lost sight of the wonder of the world to come ? for friends that is the world that will bring fulfillment.
Here and now, however God would have us experience His presence in a real and tangible way every day. So, are so many of us missing this? Continue reading

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