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The Eleventh Commandment

Make your church a magnet for people with The Eleventh Commandment 

Have you noticed how increasingly difficult it is to be civil, let alone compassionate? In the marketplace, at home, work, church, and on Facebook, many are highly abrasive and on edge. Some are downright nasty, including some who profess to be Christian! It seems like political meanness and religious discrimination has become the norm. What’s a Christian supposed to do?

Pacific Union Conference Creative Ministries offers, The Eleventh Commandment, an iBook that focuses on how to live in an increasingly divisive culture. The format includes text, audio and video clips to create a multi-sensory experience.

Content is suitable for personal study, small group sharing and dialogue. Each chapter includes questions for discussion, and the videos can be watched as a group when projected with the proper connections.

Available now through the Apple’s iBook store and the Android Marketplace. Click on the icons above.

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About Rich DuBose, Karen Spruill and Mike Temple

Rich DuBose

is director of Church Support Services for the Pacific Union Conference

Karen Spruill

writes from Orlando, Florida.
Michael Temple

Mike Temple

Michael Temple writes from North Dakota.

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