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An Acts 10 Moment With Danielle Strickland

An Acts 10 Moment: Peter’s Born Again, Again Experience In this episode from The Outcomes Conference 2018, Danielle Strickland gives fresh focus to the tenth chapter of Acts. She takes us back to the time when Peter is on the rooftop and receives a vision from God that comes with peculiar directions. What Peter receives…

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Faith and Work By Dr. Gary Hoag

What is God’s design for the intersection of faith and work? The intersection of faith and work is a hot topic. Rightly so! Work takes up the largest sum of the waking hours of every steward. To borrow the language of Christian philosopher, Francis Schaeffer, we must ask and answer the question: “How should we…

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Faith and Prayer By Lea Carawan

Faith and prayer – the bedrock of our nation’s character. By Lea Carawan ~ From the planting of a cross and the prayers that were offered at Jamestown, site of the first permanent English settlement in 1607, people in this country have placed their fervent trust in God. This simple act of humble faith has…

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3.24.16 CLA Webcast: Keys to Leading Authentically

What’s Your Story? Discover the keys to leading authentically. Learn how to lead more authentically in the upcoming Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) Webcast with Dr. Margaret “Peggy” Banks, global ministry director of TWR’s Project Hannah. In “What’s Your Story? Keys to Leading Authentically”. You will discover : The most genuine marks of authentic leadership and…

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What Faith Requires by Cyrus Nowrasteh

By Cyrus Nowrasteh ~  Often in life you discover what faith requires is great perseverance and a miracle to accomplish what you are called to do. Many obstacles had to be overcome to bring this beautiful story of The Young Messiah to film. From book to script to screen it has taken nearly six years.…

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Insights From a Mentoring Expert

Why Does mentoring matter? Katy Dickinson, founder and principal of Katy Dickinson Consulting, says mentoring programs transform not only the individuals involved but also the company itself. Over the years she has developed mentoring programs at organizations around the globe, including Sun Microsystems. She has also spearheaded the TechWomen mentoring initiative at the U.S. Department…

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In A Time Such As This by Steve Douglass

By Steve Douglass I became involved full-time in Christian work in 1969. In the next several years I learned what God was doing not just through our ministry but others as well. It was good then, but it was much less than what God is doing today. Consider some amazing facts: The church in China…

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Give No More! by Wes Willmer

By Wes Willmer Imagine with me, one day you come home and start leafing through your mail – sorting the personal letters from the bills and the appeals- when your eye catches an envelope teaser that says, “Give No More.”  Intrigued, you open this appeal to find a short letter which states, “All our needs…

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A Steward Leader's Response to Bad News

By Dr. R. Scott Rodin I read a daily devotion by Charles Spurgeon and his entry for September 15th was deeply challenging. I have paraphrased it here specifically to address us as steward leaders, leaving his actual words in quotations. He shall not be afraid of evil tidings. ~Psalms 112:7  As steward leaders, we must not…

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People: A Leverage Point for Change

By James Lewis, CCNL Your ministry is aging. The internal culture has changed, and the external context is vastly different than what you started with twenty or even ten years ago. To adjust to these changes many start by reviewing their mission statement, which defines the organization as a whole. However, my studies and experience have…

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