5 Things to Learn from 'Nehemiah's Leadership'
9.18 2018 | Editorial

When Nehemiah rode into Jerusalem, he found a broken down, dispirited ruin. For years, the refuges had lived in the crumbled mess without much hope of seeing any improvement. This was, they assumed, "Just the way things are." They had no vision or plan to turn the city around.

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A Prayer for Strength
8.22 2018 | Editorial

Lord, I’m weary. My energy is sagging, and my motivation is lagging. And I am so in need of you. I need your strength and your fresh touch to get back on track again. Your Word says the joy of the Lord is my strength. If that's true, then I need your joy to replace all the bone-tired parts of my mind, body, and soul.

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A Guideline to Setting Goals Based on Epistle to the Philippians
4.21 2017 | Editorial

Toward Pentecost, churches are frequently exhorted to set goals and breakthrough in the coming month. In the Epistle to the Philippians, Apostle Paul offers insight to what it means to set goals. Goals are meant to be a compass to an over-arching vision and calling. Clarity of goal comes from knowing the certain hope for the future.

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Born Again
2.7 2017 | Editorial

You must be born again. The specific contribution which rebirth by the Spirit makes to our understanding of salvation is in its stress on salvation as a supernatural work of God involving a radical change of nature. Only God can save. The dialogue with Nicodemus is a crucial section in the Bible, since it expresses most clearly the truth of rebirth by the Holy Spirit.

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