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January 20, 2017 by Dino Senesi | Send Network
The Coach Test: The church planter coaching “frequently asked question” list is always growing. We love this list! As we research and address the questions people are asking, our work becomes more relevant. God then increases our capacity to send and send well.
January 19, 2017 by Shawn Lovejoy | Send Network
Another year brings with it the history of story after story of pastors who are removed from their churches due to sinful choices. As a leadership coach and pastor to pastors, it breaks my heart and causes me to lose sleep every time. What happened? Nothing strange. Life. Pressure. Pride. Lust....
January 19, 2017 by Jill Waggoner | Flourish - Ministry Wives
A new year provides a time for reflection. We recount the stories that make up the past, usually with loved ones around us. Most are stories of childhood—the embellished retellings of our best and worst times. You know how it goes. “When I was a child ... ” In our house, the conversation ends...
January 18, 2017
VALDOSTA, Ga. --- Her eyes brimmed with tears as she approached Jay Watkins. Her family was homeless, and Christmas was less than a month away. The woman’s voice choked with emotion as she explained that she didn’t even have sheets for her daughter’s bed when they walked into “Christmastime at...
January 18, 2017 by Ted Traylor | Evangelism
When one is so full of joy about Jesus, the Good News cannot help but exude into life. Psalm 16:11 speaks to this. It is like a bucket filled with water and running over. It is spontaneous and natural rather than forced. We read in I Thessalonians 1:5 that, “our Gospel did not come to you in word...
January 18, 2017 by Send Network | Send Network
Jamie Limato walks through three important elements that are evident in a healthy coaching relationship.
January 17, 2017 by Jeff Christopherson | Evangelism
Jesus chose the most improbable object to illustrate great power. The mustard seed was known by His agrarian audience to resemble a speck of dust. This seemingly insignificant speck, when planted, could lay dormant for years waiting for just the right combination of temperature and moisture to...
January 17, 2017 by Shawn Lovejoy | Send Network
Gravity is not something we can see or feel. However, it’s constantly at work. Gravity works like a magnet pulling us in invisible, intangible and often unnoticed ways. Whether we recognize it or not, there’s a special kind of gravity at work every day in the church. The gravitational pull on...
January 16, 2017 by Shauna Pilgreen | Flourish - Ministry Wives
When I think of bravery in 2017, I think of the people of Aleppo—the fighters for freedom—and the mommas and papas protecting their children. I think of Desmond Doss who rescued 75 wounded soldiers at Hackshaw Ridge during World War II in 1945. I reflect on the story of one woman who came forward...
January 16, 2017 by Shawn Lovejoy | Send Network
All people protect things that matter to them. Be it a wedding ring, a picture drawn by a preschooler, a letter written by a grandparent or a Bible we’ve read for years. These items are important to us, so we cling to them. We know where they are. We don’t want them to get messed up, or worse, to...