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Your Minister Deserves a Raise

Your Minister Deserves a Raise

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Guest Author: Scott Bond Your minister deserves a raise. Really. This brief 500-word post is a short explanation of why ministers can't get hurt, retire, or die. In short, ...

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Understanding Fear and Reverence

Understanding Fear and Reverence

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August temperatures pushed my kiddos and I down to the lake just a few miles from our house. After setting up our spot for the day and lathering down little-freckled noses with ...

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Trials and What to Do About Them (James 1:1-4)

Trials and What to Do About Them (James 1:1-4)

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(This article is a continuation of a study series on James. For the previous post click here. Note that this post is meant to be read with a Bible and pen in hand. Take your time, ...

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Everything in Moderation?

Everything in Moderation?

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EVERYTHING IN MODERATION. I’m sure you have heard this statement before. Many well-intentioned folks, even Christians, have used this statement as a mantra for living. But what ...

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How Money Is Like Sex

How Money Is Like Sex

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We don't fumble to hide receipts when our kids bust in the room while we budget for the month. And we certainly want our children leaving home with first-hand financial experience ...

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The Place of Apologetics in Christianity

The Place of Apologetics in Christianity

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Within Christianity rests the need for apologetics on many fronts. The two fronts of evangelism and the strengthening of the church are both needed. However, to pick one over the ...

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3 Reasons Your Church Website Stinks

3 Reasons Your Church Website Stinks

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Technology is a rather new thing for a lot of churches and, I’m just being honest here, Churches of Christ tend to be way behind the curve when it comes to all things web-related. ...

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Let Me Tell You a Secret

Let Me Tell You a Secret

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“Sticks and stones will break your bones, but words will never hurt you.” Many of us have shared this adage, or something similar, to comfort a child who was being bullied or ...

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