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How Your Church May Be Like Comic-Con

By: Michael Parnell
It takes a lot of volunteers to run a massive event like Comic-Con. Often, those volunteers are placed wherever a warm body is needed with no thought to their skills or gifts. Kind of like some churches.




The Danger of Living Near the Edge of Integrity

By: Colin Harris
We all affirm the importance of living with integrity, yet many choose to live as close to its edge as possible. Instead of teetering on integrity's edge, we should practice a lifestyle of centered integrity.




Kenya's Motto: Good Locally, Not So Much Nationally

By: Leroy Seat
The Kenyan term, Harambee, is the east African nation's motto and means everyone pulling together. While local goals are good, some social and educational needs are best served on a national level.







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