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How Are We to Think about White Church goers Who Are Racists?

I believe that most white churchgoers are not generally outright racists, but there are enough that are unashamedly so…and want to let it be known. As such, they become a caricature of the white Christian for people of color. At the same time, I am convinced that there are blind spots for many white Christians which we tend to dismiss, but which imply a racist spirit to those who have been victimized by racial hatred.…

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Making Impossible Choices

Why Is It Important for the Church to Tell Kingdom Stories?

Jesus was a master storyteller. We want to be like Jesus. Does it follow that we, the church, should want to be master storytellers also? I think it is reasonable to conclude that we, the church, should make the effort to be like Jesus, to tell stories, too. We should be telling stories: about how we came to have a relationship with Jesus. about how our lives are different since we have a relationship with…

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Write like you speak

How To Write Effectively On Your Church Blog

Writing on your church blog regularly requires discipline, motivation, and a few practical habits. Avoid hitting the creative wall and let your thoughts flow naturally on paper by using these 3 tips: 1. Write Like You Speak To The People At Church Your writing voice should resonate your natural speaking voice. A mistake people commit while writing online is to use language that is too prim and proper. Avoid using fancy words that require a…

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Church Lacks Leadership

Are Restoration Movement Churches Leading or Just Doing Damage Control?

Are Restoration Movement Churches Leading or Just Doing Damage Control? I asked a group (2500+) of Restoration Movement preachers/pastors this question. I also asked another group (6700+) of Christian Church, Church of Christ members. Then for a different perspective I asked a group (8800+) of non-independent Christian Church youth pastors what they thought. Church Has Dropped the Ball on Leadership The question I asked: “In a book I am reading – “The truth is, many…

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Women Cannot Teach

Millennials and Mentor Moms for Better Child Rearing in, out of the Church

Millennials are known for being “know-it-all’s”. That label is rightly given in some circumstances, but many Millennials have a desire to learn more and become better people. As a Millennial mother, I can see this in many ways. We are in a war within motherhood. Social media has created a world where mothers’ voice their opinions and boldly proclaim what they believe to be best or right. But at the end of the day, as…

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  • Proverbs 17:9 February 20, 2020
    “Whoever would foster love covers over an offense, but whoever repeats the matter separates close friends.”
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