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 What Does it Take to Develop Leadership in a Church?

What Does it Take to Develop Leadership in a Church?

How does this process of discipleship work? Not quickly. It requires years of patient modeling and mentoring.
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When it’s worth doing poorly ...

When it’s worth doing poorly ...

“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing poorly,” Aaron Luse said from the podium, sounding very authoritative.
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Discipling the Pal Men so They Can Disciple Others

Discipling the Pal Men so They Can Disciple Others

“ … what a joy it was to fellowship with the Pal believers and listen to these growing men read God’s Word to the people and teach a little.”
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Commit to Faithful Men

Commit to Faithful Men

As a church grows and matures to become a thriving church, the development of leadership becomes an integral part of that growth. This issue looks at how faithful men and women are tapped for leadership in a people group in the Philippines. Read how the disciples become the disciplers, and how they push at the edge of their church, reaching out to neighboring people groups.
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Expediting the Reach of the Gospel through IT

Expediting the Reach of the Gospel through IT

“And yet I don't know of a missionary working on translation in any location that's not dependent on [computers]. Not if they want to do it the quicker, more efficient, easier way.” –Lisa Kappeler
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What Are You Waiting For?

What Are You Waiting For?

Do you really need more of anything before you can go, give or grow? Are you — dare I ask this? — making excuses? Maybe you simply need to trust in the sufficiency of Christ.
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From our CEO

From our CEO

When we know a loved one is near the end of their life, we focus on and cherish each word they have to share.
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Connect with... The Arterberry Family

Connect with... The Arterberry Family

Aaron was brought to church before he could walk. He became a Christian by age 12 and recalls being told that he was a good kid.
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Connect with... The Sanford Family

Connect with... The Sanford Family

Namoleya spoke to the spirits. Then he killed the pig, offering up its dying breath to his ancestors. Namoleya thought he could manipulate the spirits so that they would restore his wife’s health.
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