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An Abrahamic Coddiwomple

The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you…”  So Abram went. [excerpt from Genesis 12:1-4] Abram, was called by God to go into a place unknown.  So he went. These verses do not reveal any possible internal struggle that Abram/Abraham…
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Leading Begins by Following

Follow me. And I will make you fishers of men. Matthew 4:19 Simon Peter is called to follow Jesus in the midst of tangled nets, the taste of salty sweat on his tongue, fish slime, the snap of the sail, the cadenced pulse of the waves, and the customary burdens of the daily life of…
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Cultivating Synergy

The Great Commission mandate is not gender-specific; but rather, men and women are co-laborers on mission. Our current culture has manifested a heightened awareness of diversity and gender issues which gives the church an opportunity to demonstrate and model clear and sacred responses amid the clashing secular voices. One area where the church’s beauty is displayed…
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Reframing Leadership

What if? What if we reframed our understanding of leadership to view each season as a place of leading others in their next step toward intimacy and maturity in Christ? Leadership is not a role or title, but it is an activity – a way of being. We lead our neighbors, the children on our…
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