The Importance of Weakness
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The Importance of Weakness

Oftentimes, we think that God chooses men and women to use based on their strengths. We look at the heroes of faith in the Bible and see people who had strong dependence on God, admirable character qualities, and a legacy that lasted thousands of years.

Leading in the Midst of Betrayal
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Leading in the Midst of Betrayal

One of the hardest things you’ll ever do is try to lead while you’re hurting—to sew someone else up when you’re coming apart at the seams. But that’s exactly what Jesus does right before He goes to the cross.

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That’s What the Storm was All About

As we prepare to venture into a new year, it’s important to evaluate the challenges and struggles we faced during the last twelve months. God uses everything for His purposes; so what were the storms you faced in 2019 all about?

25 Other Letters
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25 Other Letters

Have you ever formulated a plan, prayed about it, and felt a peace…only to move forward and watch it fall apart?

Pay Attention to Your Conversation
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Pay Attention to Your Conversation

Have you ever caught yourself saying something that surprised you? Maybe you heard yourself talking about someone else in a negative way; or maybe you caught a pessimistic attitude taking root through your speech.

Maintaining a Sensitive Heart
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Maintaining a Sensitive Heart

If you’ve lived life with people for any amount of time, you’ve probably experienced pain and frustration. None of us are perfect this side of eternity. Forming relationships authentic necessitates that we develop conflict and forgiveness skills.

Don’t Pretend It’s All Okay
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Don’t Pretend It’s All Okay

One of the ways I’ve learned to deal with crisis is to feed my faith. What does that mean? Well, in days of hardship, when I’ve suffered physically, emotionally, mentally, and in other ways—I stayed in the Word of God.

A Supernatural Humility
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A Supernatural Humility

One of the ways I’ve learned to deal with crisis is to feed my faith. What does that mean? Well, in days of hardship, when I’ve suffered physically, emotionally, mentally, and in other ways—I stayed in the Word of God.

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Feeding Your Faith

One of the ways I’ve learned to deal with crisis is to feed my faith. What does that mean? Well, in days of hardship, when I’ve suffered physically, emotionally, mentally, and in other ways—I stayed in the Word of God.

A New Kind of Conflict
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A New Kind of Conflict

For the past few weeks, we’ve been studying the relationship between men and women, specifically in marriage. Wives need several key things in a marriage, and they’re distinct from a husband’s needs. Last time, we explored the truth that women need a man who will act like Jesus, and love her sacrificially.