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True Woman Blog: Your Racecourse
You don't have to chart your own course or manipulate your circumstances to fit your expertly designed "master plan." You can take courage and great comfort in the knowledge that your future has been planned by the One who knows you best, loves you most, and has no problem accomplishing His purposes!
What's the future for evangelicalism
A range of key evangelical leaders and thinkers contribute articles here on the future of evangelicalism. For instance, Ed Stetzer comments on his own article about Issues Evangelicals Must Face.
Revive Our Hearts: Facing the Future with Joy
What gives you the greatest fear? According to Proverbs 31, you don’t have to fear the future. Nancy explains from this passage how to replace your fear. Learn to confront the worries that threaten to control you.
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The Internet is changing the context of ministry for churches
Before the Internet and YouTube, this was impossible – that a small-church wedding video could go viral, and then become the storyline for a major TV series: see The Office, the Wedding and the Power of the Internet – a blog posting from Mark Roberts. Look too at how the world of advertising has changed in 20 years. A comparison chart was featured at Barcelona’s Chiringuito and was picked up by Ministry Marketing Coach, where Kerry Bural comments, “Each of these mediums and technologies (plus many more) represent potential connection points that could and should be leveraged for reaching people. Do churches and ministries have a baseline understanding of these and other mediums? Is the complex nature of communication on your radar?”
The Waves You're Making - #6140
Before you go speeding into what you may be considering, would you think about it and consider the waves that your life is making? Make the choices that will cause those who follow you to bless your memory and the God that you helped them find across those years.
The Good News About a Cold Season - #6124
If it's cold right now, if it's dark right now, don't let discouragement win. Don't let bitterness or resentment or resignation ruin the greater plan God is working on. The question to ask in times like these isn't, "Why, God?" You may not have that answer till you get to heaven. The better question is, "How can You use this, God?" He really does "...work all things together for the good of those who love God" (Romans 8:28 ).
When You've Fallen and You Can't Get Up - #5992
At the end, it's your enemy who's covered with shame because you have shaken off his shackles of shame, and you've realized you can't change you but the Lord can. You have refused to stay down. You're defiantly determining to make the devil pay for what he deceived you into doing. You're going to do some serious damage to the kingdom of the one who had tried to do some serious damage to you.
How to Know Where You're Going When You Can't See - #5942
Through His forever-trustworthy words, God will keep for you His promise for the days when you can't see where you're going. You can stake everything on this promise: Isaiah 42:16 - "I will lead the blind by ways they have not known, along unfamiliar paths I will guide them; I will turn the darkness into light before them and make the rough places smooth. These are the things I will do; I will not forsake them."
"The plans" in the Bible: Jeremiah 19:11
God tells Jeremiah to tell the exiled Israelites that He has a plan for them--that he has a plan to prosper them and give them hope and a future.
Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - Groundhog Day Blues - #9198 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
This is the day Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, hits front pages across the country. It’s Groundhog Day and they’ve got the groundhog! The little guy tells us if we’ll have six more weeks of winter based on whether or not he sees his shadow. There’s even a movie called Groundhog Day centered on this scientific event. Bill Murray is a cynical newsman who has a strange experience as he’s covering the event. He keeps reliving the same day over and over again—Groundhog Day. It drives him crazy, but ultimately it changes his life.