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August 9, 2017
biblicalmatters

Does biblical preaching matter?

Why biblical teaching matters Over ten years ago I was in Ghana, helping to equip a group of pastors from West Africa. My most vivid memory from that time was etched in my mind during a particular lunch break. The host pastor invited us into his home and while we were eating he turned the television on. Behold, a pastor from Texas was preaching up a storm! Unfortunately, he was railing for (or against?) a federal “flat tax.” At the time, one of our country’s political debates was whether the graduated federal income tax should be changed to a single […]
August 7, 2017
saying no

Do You Have A Hard Time Saying “No”?

Article from Bob Tiede reposted with kind permission. Article posted originally via Leading with Truth.   If “YES” then this post is for you! If “NO” then please share this post with all your friends who do and move on to something else! Saying No If you do have a hard time saying “No” may I ask you a couple of questions? When you are asked to do something for someone do you almost always instantly say “Yes?” And then within minutes (sometime seconds) do you ask yourself “Why did I commit to that when I am already way overloaded?” […]
August 2, 2017
responsibility

Responsibility: To Whom Much is Given Much is Required

Our responsibility to the body of Christ: Enjoy this video of Mr. Bill Hendricks from a July 12, 2017, Dallas Seminary Chapel session where he cuts through to the needs of the bride of Christ all over the world and how those of us with theological training should respond in light of that great responsibility. Mr. Bill Hendricks, Executive Director for Christian Leadership through the Hendricks Center, encourages those that have a seminary education, highlighting their profound responsibility to pass on what is obtained with the worldwide body of Christ. This video embodies the heart and mission behind GProCommission. May you […]