Churches Preparing an Army

Churches Preparing an Army

We have been called to spiritual warfare. We need to remember as churches, our job is not to collect an audience but to prepare an army. We are in a war. If you didn’t know that before, please consider reading Daniel 10. For further insight and better equipping for this war, consider the following works: …

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What Happened to Neil Schultz?

What Happened to Neil Schultz?

Hi. Remember me? Neil Schultz? Yes, it’s been months. There’s a story to tell here. I deeply missed you all. I missed the interactions over the phone, over Skype, over LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and email. I miss you. I’m looking forward to reconnecting with you all. Three months ago, my family and I left the church …

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Starting and Finishing

Starting and Finishing

“Its the job that’s never started that takes the longest to finish.” – J. R. R. Tolkien Whats most difficult about reading the Bible daily is taking it off the shelf. Conversely, I’ve started plenty… But sometimes I’ve not known how to finish. What have you started in your life? Did you finish?

History of Memorial Day

History of Memorial Day

History of Memorial Day Why Learning The History of Memorial Day Appropriately Leads Us to Celebrate the Holiday Appropriately What is the history of Memorial Day? Where did the American holiday “Memorial Day” come from? Three years after the Civil War ended, on May 5, 1868, the head of an organization of former Union soldiers and …

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Marketing Your Church

Marketing Your Church

Embrace This Proven, Biblical and Inexpensive Strategy for Marketing Your Church in Five Clear Steps You want to impact lives, helping people find and then follow Jesus Christ. You want to see God grow the church you serve, but you’re one person who can’t do it all! Compounding the pain is the frustration many church leaders have of …

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Worthy of Honor: A Mother’s Day Sermon

Worthy of Honor: A Mother’s Day Sermon

Looking for a Mother’s Day Sermon? Feel free to download mine here, for free. Just click the blue button below. This Mother’s Day sermon is adapted from an article dated February 2006, written by Nancy Campbell, the editor of Above Rubies, a magazine for strengthening families across the world. This mother’s day sermon teaches additional sub-topics of …

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Happy Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day

The Power of a Mother’s Love My wife and I have been faithfully watching Once Upon a Time for three years now. The show has served to rekindle romance and a deep love for each other. At the heart of Once Upon a Time are three mothers, each willing to do whatever it takes to protect her …

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Mesothelioma Survival Rates

Mesothelioma Survival Rates

Why Church Leaders Should Care About Mesothelioma Survival Rates Before we discuss this important topic of mesothelioma survival rates, please allow me to explain why this topic is being covered on a church leaders campfire blog post. The elderly comprise a large population in American churches today. Through which time period did they live in American …

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