Articles Tagged 'Same'

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Made to Be Complements

In the Lord, we are called to complement, complete, and bless each other so that each can be what she or he is created by God and re-created in Jesus to become!

Phil Ware continues his series on how God values women as seen in Scripture, this is part 2.

The Declining Church

What can we learn from Acts about the traits of a declining church?

Tim Woodroof continues his six part series on life and growth and stages of churches, especially churches in decline.

Defining Faithfulness

Is fighting for the status quo and defending the way we've always done it really faithfulness?

Tim Woodroof continues his series on "Change in the Life of the Church" and focuses this week on faithfulness and how we define it and how Jesus and Paul define it -- staying on the journey and responding to changes faithfully rather than trying to do thi

Get Your Head Out of the Clouds!

Move beyond resolutions to Kingdom living!

Phil Ware begins the New Year with an article or post about the book of Acts and the power of Jesus and the Holy Spirit to take broken people and use them powerfully to change the world.

Look Alikes that Aren't Alike

Who do you look like?

Rubel Shelly reminds us that even when things or people look alike doesn't mean they actually live the same way or live out the same role.

Jesus Is the Same

Why does everything have to change all the time?

Tom Norvell reminds us that in the world of massive change, Jesus is the same.

Maybe You Can Tell Us Apart

Can you tell us apart?

Despite apparent differences, we Christians are the same in the things that matter.

Never the Same

Are you ready to have your life changed?

Many events in our lives change us forever, our lives will never be the same as a result, and Jesus is one of those life-changing events.

Dealing with the Ruts

Isn't it time to see what lies beyond the top of your rut?

Getting out of the rut is not only possible, but it can be fun, creative, and stimulating if we choose for it to be.