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Craziness, Consumerism, and Making Christmas Awesome

December is crazy. It’s chaos for most American families. We’re rushing from one party to the next, getting the shopping done, and wrapping up the year at work and at home, hopefully before we have all the kids in the house full-time for their two weeks off. December also tends to highlight our consumeristic tendencies....
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Raise Faith, Not Funds

Pastor, Don’t Raise Funds. Raise Faith.

Fundraising is no fun. Most Pastors I know say it’s the one aspect of supporting a church’s ministry they find most difficult. Having launched into church planting, I tend to agree. The least pleasant task I have is asking for money. So let’s just stop it. We don’t have time to raise funds. But we...
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Bread

Always Be Investing In Someone

Call it discipleship. Call it mentoring. Call it whatever you want, but one of our kingdom assignments is to gather people around us and invest in them. Jesus did it with the twelve, and even more with the inner circle of three. Paul did it with Barnabas, then Silas, then Timothy. Barnabas did it with...
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Good Times Christmas Sermon Series

Christmas Sermon Series: GOOD TIMES

Note: Yes! Feel free to use anything you find here. Permission granted! These are tough times in many respects, but for the believer, they are also really good times in terms of some of the great opportunities God has brought our way. With our entering the holiday season, approaching the celebration of the birth of...
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