Monthly Archives: April 2015

“REACHING YOUR NEIGHBORS”

Ed Stetzer, president of LifeWay Research, recently wrote an interesting article entitled, “Reaching Your Neighbors Through Groups.” It is the time of the year when people see their neighbors again after a long, cold winter. Allow me to summarize a … Continue reading

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“WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF…?”

In churches, there is what is known as the 20/80 rule. You know, 20% of people do 80% of the work, provide 80% of the resources, etc. Can you imagine what would happen to the average church if everyone got … Continue reading

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“ITS NOT JUST ABOUT NICKELS AND NOSES”

      We live in a day in which many church attendees are foregoing small-group Bible study, a.k.a. Sunday School.  Many so-called growing churches are giving in to the desire of individuals who want to spend an hour with … Continue reading

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“A PERFECT ACT”

Mahatma Ghandi was not a Christian, although he admired Jesus in many ways. He saw the power of the doctrine of the resurrection. He once said, “A Man who was completely innocent, offered Himself as a sacrifice for the good … Continue reading

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