What’s the Word Wednesday

If sight dictates your hope, the enemy will ensure you see something that steals your faith. – Stephen Chandler, Lead Pastor at Destiny Church Satan knows what buttons to push to make us sin or to be tempted. Live by faith and not by site.  The enemy’s goal is to destroy you and if he

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What’s the Word Wednesday

Don’t just go back to what’s familiar. Don’t just go back to what’s comfortable. Don’t just go back to what’s practical. Don’t just go back to what’s expected. – Southeast Christian Church Are you desiring God or the things of God? God didn’t say that he would just be there for us in the good

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The Future of Jobs in Ministry

Let’s all be honest, being in ministry these days has been exhausting. Not only are you preparing to teach and lead in front of a live audience but you also have to figure out what a live stream, that’s pre-recorded, looks like. For a worship pastor, you have to organize, sometimes, two groups of people to lead

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What’s the Word Wednesday

Looking for a church? Ask God for a place to serve, not sit, a place to be courageous, not comfortable, a place for others, not you. Don’t shop for a church; it’s not a commodity. Pray for God to bring you into a radically loving community. – Michael Mack, Editor of Christian Standard Looking for

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Why Women Don’t Like Women’s Ministry

Have you ever stood knee-deep in a bad situation, yet believed good could prevail? Have you ever seen a company losing customers, yet saw the intrinsic value that the company possessed in the community? Have you ever seen an ugly duckling that you believed would morph into a swan? I have. Maybe it’s my optimistic

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10 Leadership Tips from the Millennial Generation

As a generation known for lack of long-term commitments, Millennials are poor poster children for proven work and leadership. However, the tide is turning in churches and culture, with more young adults stepping into the forefront of businesses, arts, ministries, and more. Those of us identified as Millennials, between the ages of 20 and 35,

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