Side by Side – Day 30 “Why?”

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This big buzz word in business development right now is “Why.” Organizations are reminded that people have to understand why you are in the business you are in and what makes you different than everyone else. In consulting I especially remind ministry leaders to make sure your ministry is not about what you want, instead make sure it is about …

Side by Side – Day 15 “Servant Leadership”

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What makes a good leader? Our entire Lenten journey has us reflecting on Jesus who led twelve men, with different professions, into ministry to carry on the same church we celebrate thousands of years later. Jesus Christ came down from Heaven as a human being to humble himself to share in our humanity. Never asking us to do anything that …

Side by Side – Day 5 “Daily Battles”

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One thing we don’t talk about enough is “Spiritual Warfare.” Anytime we desire a closer relationship with Christ, the devil will work harder to do what he can in order to persuade us away. The Father knew this would be part of our humanness, so the Spirit leads His Son, Jesus, into the desert to be tempted before he begins …

Side by Side – Day 2 “Hope”

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One word that seems to be getting lost in our society is “HOPE.” People have become so accustomed to living in the moment, immersed in technology; they stop looking at the world around them to see the beauty. It also prevents them from looking past the struggles they are experiencing to understand there is hope for their future. Together we …

Let It Be Done Unto Me – Week 4 “Connecting the Dots”

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Readings: IS 7:10-14, ROM 1:1-7, MT 1:18-24 Quote: “The virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall name him Emmanuel” (IS 7:14) CCC Point: #526 “To become a child in relation to God is the condition for entering the kingdom.205 For this, we must humble ourselves and become little. Even more: to become “children of God” we mu–t be “born …

Let It Be Done Unto Me – Week 3 “Patience & Prophecy”

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Readings: IS 35:1-6, 10, JAS 5:7-10, MT 11:2-11 Quote: “Take as an example of hardship and patience, brothers, the prophets who spoke in the name of the Lord..”   (JAS 5:10) CCC Point: #522 – “The coming of God’s Son to earth is an event of such immensity that God willed to prepare for it over centuries. He makes everything converge …