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July 2013

Number 14


Videos About Jesus

In the Gospels the main story is the life of Jesus, but there are smaller stories about fisherman and Pharisees and tax collectors.

—Videos About Jesus | CLICK HERE TO See The Videos …


Carbon Dating - A Believer's True Friend - Russ Miller

 Earth's magnetic field has weakened by 6% since the 1850's. This means the magnetic field used to be stronger which would have reduced the production of 14-C. As a result, plants and animals that lived 800 years ago would have had a lower percentage of 14-C in them than plants or animals that lived 100 years ago. Thus remains date substantially older than they really are."

—Russ Miller | CLICK HERE TO Read The FULL ARTICLE …


The Helix Metaphor: From Theology to Practice - Gailyn Van Rheenen

The missional helix is a spiral because the missionary returns time and time again to reflect theologically, culturally, historically, and strategically in order to develop ministry models appropriate to the local context. Theology, social understandings, history of missions, and strategy all work together and interpenetrate each other.

—Gailyn Van Rheenen | CLICK HERE TO Read The FULL ARTICLE …

ABC's of Loving Your Job

So surely there cannot be a problem with being comfortable? I know many who are comfortable, and have not sold out to heresy or sin, and continue to fulfill some kind of ministry. Comfort has to be the least we can expect from life – right? Wrong! Being comfortable is one of the biggest snares of the Devil and it brings with it the judgment of God! Amos said: "Woe to you who are at ease in Zion, And trust in Mount Samaria, Notable persons in the chief nation, To whom the house of Israel comes!" (Amos 6:1).

—Dr.John C. Maxwell | CLICK HERE TO Read The FULL ARTICLE …


Coming in August: Accountability Relationships - Mary Yerkes

Most Christians would acknowledge the need for biblical accountability in their own lives and the Christian community as a whole. Biblical accountability fosters spiritual growth, encourages holy living, and protects ministries and churches. Yet, many find themselves at a loss when it comes to knowing how to start and maintain an accountability relationship or group.

—Mary Yerkes

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