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Help your friends escape false teaching

  • Tom Ong
  • 19 September 2018

Maybe you’ve got family and friends who believe things taught by preachers that aren’t quite biblical. Having come from ‘the other side’, here's a perspective that may be of use.

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Keep the Christians in the room: Church attendance at evangelistic courses

  • Dave Jensen
  • 17 September 2018

Rather than churches viewing evangelistic courses as solely an event for non-Christians plus a pastor and perhaps one or two others, we should be striving to have as many Christian church members there as possible.

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Memorizing Colossians together

  • Richard Chin
  • 12 September 2018

An interview with Richard Chin on how he memorized Colossians in a group.

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Church leaders: realistic idealists

  • Mike Leite
  • 10 September 2018

If we are people of God’s word, and if all Scripture is profitable for teaching, rebuking, correcting, and training in righteousness, so that God’s people are equipped to do good work, then surely the leader is driven by biblical ideals and high expectations.

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Hope for ex-readers

  • Richard Sweatman
  • 5 September 2018

Did you read Christian books in the past but have long since given up? Don’t despair; here's how you can start reading again.

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Trying to be humble probably won’t work

  • Ruth Baker
  • 3 September 2018

If I try to be intentionally humble I can go pretty well—to a point. But the second I think “I can feel myself changing, I think I’m getting more humble”, I’ve blown it.

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Promoting plagiarism in ministry

  • Mike Doyle
  • 29 August 2018

Start listening. Start working out what people are trying to do, and how they are doing it. Find out what people are trying. What has worked? What hasn’t?

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Working alongside men in ministry

  • Lauren Driscoll
  • 27 August 2018

Tracey has no new, radical beliefs—she just trusts the Bible. But from her years in the field she’s learned some great life lessons as to how men and women can work well together in ministry.

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And the Word—not me—was God

  • Benjamin Swift
  • 22 August 2018

How can a person within a church community hold beliefs that lie far from the truth revealed in God’s word?

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The value of training women for ministry

  • Lauren Driscoll
  • 20 August 2018

Paying women in ministry frees them up for theological training and then working on leadership teams with men. It expresses the richness that you can have in complementarianism.

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