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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
5 Reasons to Write Books for Your Own Congregation
5 Reasons to Write Books for Your Own Congregation
By: Chuck Warnock
Let's face it. All aspiring writers aren't going to make it on the best-seller list. So if you're a pastor, don't overlook the most obvious audience you have. Write for your congregation.
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Which "Real World" Do You Really Want?
By: Colin Harris
What's real-world experience mean? The term is commonly used to describe the marketplace, where success is measured by the bottom line, but other equally valid real-world experiences exist.
Ebola Creates Medical, Economic and Humanitarian Crises in Liberia
Ebola Creates Medical, Economic and Humanitarian Crises in Liberia
By: EthicsDaily Staff
The isolation being used to curb the spread of Ebola in Liberia has negatively impacted its economy. Quarantines have heightened fear and tension, leading to violence.
Many Church Discipleship Programs Overlook This
Many Church Discipleship Programs Overlook This
By: Larry Eubanks
Some church discipleship programs overlook an important task given to humans: to take care of God's creation. We are called to care for each other as well as the plants and animals in need of protection.