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Loving Others

“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” –Mark Twain One of the biggest problems that confronts us as …

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Being Right, But Mean

We spend a lot of time and energy debunking theological error and warning the world of sin, but in the end the pivotal question that …

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Label Your Church

If people were asked to describe your church in one word, what word would they choose? To some this might be a frightening thought, but …

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A Revolution of Compassion

We recently interviewed Jose Cortez Jr. (Associate Director of the NAD Ministerial Department), about his involvement with the Movement of Compassion. In case you haven’t …

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SpiritWERKS

Opt-in to SpiritWERKS updates and resources. The more we experience and celebrate God’s grace and recognize what he has done for us, the more compassionate …

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Toxic Churches

There is no such thing as a perfect church. Because churches are comprised of imperfect people, it makes sense that churches are likely to be …

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Do No Harm

Hate melts away when we consider that each person wrestles with their own brokenness and pain. The Individuals we love to hate often cover up …

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Prejudice Dies Hard

There were two occasions when Jesus fed a large multitude of people. The first was near Bethsaida on a remote hillside where a crowd of …

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The Pain Stops Here

Does your church relieve pain, or cause it? Most people would never think of intentionally causing others pain, yet, sometimes they say and do things …

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The Irreverent Christian

I think I’ve finally figured out what’s missing among many of us who claim to follow Christ. For months I’ve had this nagging conviction that …

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