Monthly Archives: December 2012

Recommitment

            It’s good to remember that when you look at something, and want to improve it, fix it, or make it better somehow, it’s helpful to break the larger entity into it’s smallest component.  In this case, the Church world … Continue reading

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Twas the LAST Night Before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the town Everyone was scurrying, there were deals to be found. SALE signs were hung in the windows of stores, In hopes that people would spend more and more. The children were clamoring, … Continue reading

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Are We Wise to Shelter Our Children?

When I first became a Christian back in the late 1980’s I knew of a single mother who was a member of the church where I got saved.  She was a Sunday school teacher and I believe was also a … Continue reading

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Stewardship of Our Ministry

As I studied this aspect of stewardship, I came to realize that this is probably my least consistent area.  There are components to being a good steward over our ministry.  We each have one.  Some of us have more than … Continue reading

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Stewardship of Our Testimony, Reputation, and Character

         My…this is a tricky one.  Too often these three terms are used interchangeably, and that is wrong.  These three words are independent of each other and cannot be used synonymously.  They certainly compliment each other and each term relies on … Continue reading

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