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Simple Is In

Simple is in. Complexity is out. Out of style at least. Ironically people are hungry for simple because the world has become much more complex. The amount of information accessible to us is continually increasing. The ability to interact with the entire world is now possible. Technology is consistently advancing at a rapid pace. The result is a complicated world w...

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Know Where You Minister

Population The population of Selah is close to 7,000 with over 20,000 more living in the surrounding areas still considered part of the Selah Community. In the last 10 years, Selah has experienced a population growth of 13%. Males make up 49% of the population which means females make up 51%. The median resident age is 34 years. Selah residents claim most often, Germa...

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An Unchanged God Who Changes Everything

The only real text or context for dealing with change that many Christians have been exposed to is the promise that God is an unchanging God--the same yesterday, today, and forever. The metaphors of God as our rock, our fortress, our stronghold, and our foundation dominate our view of God and how he works. But if we are going to effectively regain momentum, we must go beyo...

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Just Like Jesus

What if, for one day, Jesus were to become you? What if, for twenty-four hours, Jesus wakes up in your bed, walks in your shoes, lives in your house, assumes your schedule? Your boss becomes his boss, your mother becomes his mother, your pains become his pains? With one exception, nothing about your life changes. Your health doesn't change. Your circumstances don't chan...

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We Need a Downpour

Like me, maybe you’ve experienced some parched days in your relationship with God. Maybe you’ve known the sadness of falling in exhaustion and watching through weary eyes as your heart for something or someone begins to shrivel. Maybe you’ve had seasons when time with God was nonexistent and weekend worship was Black Sunday for sure – not becaus...

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The Birth of Jesus 1In those days Caesar Augustus issued a decree that a census should be taken of the entire Roman world. 2(This was the first census that took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria.) 3And everyone went to his own town to register. 4So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem the town of David, because...

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If I were to ask you to describe how you picture your life in ten years, chances are you could paint a fairly clear picture. No doubt you could outline a financial profile. You could describe what you hope to achieve relationally. You have some idea of where you want to be professionally. In other words, you would be able to look beyond what is and paint a picture of what ...

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"There was once a man who owned a hundred sheep" He said. "And while he was tending his sheep, one of those wooly little critters wandered away. So the shepherd left the ninety-nine behind and went out and searched for the one that was lost. And he kept on searching until he finally found it. He tenderly picked up the sheep, put it around his shoulders, and carried it back...

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Courageous Churches

Businessmen can provide sorely needed jobs. Wise educators can teach useful knowledge of the world. Self-help programs can offer effective methods of behavior modification. Advanced psychological techniques can aid self-understanding. And all of this is good. But can any of it truly transform the human heart? I believe that only one power exists on this sorry planet tha...

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Embrace Your Limitations

Maybe you've heard the old adage, "Where God guides, he always provides." It may be more appropriate to say, "God often guides by what he doesn't provide." Read that again slowly and think about it in relation your life or church. God often guides by what he doesn't provide. Are you up against a wall with no good plan to get past it? Have you hit an obstacle that appear...

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