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5 Prayers for When Conflict Strikes

Conflict is inevitable, so how can we prayerfully seek God through it? When conflict arises, asking God for wisdom is the best defense and path toward resolution. Leaning into the Lord's understanding can give us a new heart, new eyes, and a new motivation in any circumstance. This article from The Gospel Coalition, written by author and minister Gavin Ortlund, offers five prayer approac...

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Friday's Featured Sermon: The Key to Maintaining Family Unity

The most valuable source of vibrant community: family. Every family has its low moments of disagreement, dispute, or challenge. In order to address these confidently and successfully, one must align their values and actions with those of God. Scripture tells us that forgiveness is the key to maintaining peace within your home. In this article from Grace To You, Cameron Buettel discusses t...

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11 Companies Hiring for Jobs You Can Do from Anywhere

What if you could do your job somewhere else in the world? Flexibility & Mobility - Two of the greatest selling points that the new wave of remote workers has taken full advantage of across a variety job sectors. Technology, more than ever, has allowed corporations, small businesses, and work teams to lose the necessity & overhead of a brick & mortar office and facilitates v...

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Spiritual Gifts in the Workplace

God wants His people to use their talents, for His glory- no question about it. In an article from Ministry Today, the author discusses, "How to use your spiritual gifts in business." Someone once told me something very crucial, do not let your passion, your dream, what God has called you to do, be an idol. Your creator should never have to fight to be a priority in your life, we are ...

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Want Financial Freedom? Dave Ramsey at Passion City Church gives talk on, " Why money is not the root of all evil"-

I recently visited Passion City Church this weekend and was amazed at the large atmosphere and how it ironically gave way to a cozy- small environment vibe. A married couple, new found friends of mine, invited myself and a fellow co-worker to attend Passion and needless to say I was excited but had my reservations. As a 20 something many guys and gals my age have been talking non stop about Lo...

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How to Teach English Overseas and Be a Missionary Too

"Those who can't do, teach." - WRONG. Teachers do not need to fall victim to the sacred & secular divide. All of life - home, classroom, community - can and does spread the gospel. Marketplaces around the world are hungry for quality educators, especially if you have certification in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). Teaching overseas not only is a job that ...

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What if : My parents don't want me to go into ministry or participate in missions in general?

God has called all of His people to tell others of Him. Parents who do not understand their child's need/ want for the Lord must struggle through that and hopefully with the amazing sovereignty of God, with time they will begin to understand and believe. This sort of 'issue' can manifest itself in many different ways: There is the parent that worries- They may want you to be s...

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Secular Work is Full-Time Service - Mike Andrus

Mike Andrus | September 10, 2006Genesis 1-3Series: The Ministry of the Market PlaceMike Andrus is the Senior Adult Ministries Pastor at First Evangelical Free Church of St. Louis County, where he was previously served as the Senior Pastor. He holds a Pre-Ministerial B.A. from Calvary Bible College, an M.A. in Philosophy from Southern Methodist University, a Th.M., from Dallas Theological Semina...

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Season Series: A Sovereign God in your Season of Singleness

With missionaries often being sent overseas, to unreached countries the stereotype can sometimes become, “well if I’m not married, singleness can be really difficult and lonely.” I would challenge this to say singleness much like marriage, and life in general has its difficulties, yes. But as Jesus followers our goal should be to not overlook this difficulty as a threat but t...

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Want to be a better Leader? Steve Moore's new book addresses the "Top 10 Leadership Conversations in the Bible"

Have you ever heard the age old cliche," What would Jesus do?". Or how about "What would a great leader do?" Have you ever hungered to truly know both? For his new book, The Top 10 Leadership Conversations in the Bible, Steve Moore states that, "my objective in this book is to stimulate your passion to engage the Bible as a primary source for leadership insight.&rdqu...

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