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How do you spend time with God?

The Importance of Time with God

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If God is good, why Does God Allow Suffering?

If God is Good, Why Does God Allow Suffering?

This is one of the most asked question of every spiritual seeker today. With everything that’s been happening around us, many are asking why this happens if God is all powerful, if God is all loving. In today’s blog, we are going to dissect whether God is all powerful, all loving, or both plus more.   […]

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Jesus Bold Moves

Jesus’ Bold Moves

There are lots of bold moves made throughout history. Some became popular because of the actual movement or because of the well known individual who did it. Some are made by ordinary people on a daily basis. Everyday, God calls on us to make a bold move that will initiate a change.  When God Makes […]

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Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship in Your Church: Favoritism

Welcome to week five of our series on common excuses that hinder discipleship in your church. In case you’ve missed it, each week, we’ve been breaking down a common excuse that might be hindering your church’s discipleship goals. In week one, we talked about how our schedules are usually the first excuse we fall back […]

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common excuses that hinder discipleship fear

Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship in Your Church: Fear

It’s week six of our series on common excuses that hinder discipleship in your church. In case you’ve missed it, each week, we’ve been breaking down a common excuse that might be hindering your church’s discipleship goals. In week one, we talked about how our schedules are usually the first excuse we fall back on. […]

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Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship in Your Church: Quick Results

It’s the final week of our series on common excuses that hinder discipleship in your church. In case you’ve missed it, each week, we’ve been breaking down a common excuse that might be hindering your church’s discipleship goals. In week one, we talked about how our schedules are usually the first excuse we fall back […]

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Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship

Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship in Your Church: Busyness

When I talk to leaders about personally investing in people, I often get a bit of pushback. For some reason, there is a resistance when it comes to personal investment in people. When I first became a pastor, I didn’t know much about how to invest in a man’s life. Most of my training had […]

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Burnout

Do you ever feel overworked as a pastor? Like you’re at the church every moment of every day with a never-ending list of to-dos? Are you spending more time doing church programming instead of time investing in meaningful relationships with others? Does your family have to come up to the church just to see you? […]

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Don’t Just Listen

Listening to God is vital for every believer to have a growing relationship with Him. As important as that is, listening is not enough. God isn’t just looking for listeners; He’s looking for people who listen to His voice and act on what they hear. Jesus said, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know […]

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Common Excuses That Hinder Discipleship in Your Church: Inexperience

Last week we started a series going through some of the common excuses we hear from pastors about spending their time investing in people personally. It can seem a little odd that this is an area of pushback from pastors, but when we break the excuses down one by one, it starts to make more […]

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