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The follow-up course

  • Dave Jensen
  • 21 November 2018

Once your evangelistic course is over, what happens next?

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When your sermon needs Greg

  • Tim MacBride
  • 14 November 2018

If you’re a preacher who has ever tried to do something different in order to captivate a congregation with the truth of Scripture... at some point, you’ve fallen into the error of allowing your sermon to serve a creative idea, rather than the other way around.

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Mother-to-mother gospel opportunities

  • Emily Cobb
  • 12 November 2018

As a Christian, it is easy to feel confused about how to speak into this post-Christian culture: do we share our beliefs about gender, marriage and sexuality with these mothers, or do we stay silent?

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Leading a quiet growth group

  • Richard Sweatman
  • 7 November 2018

Our confidence is tested to the limit as questions are met with seemingly unending silence. “Will anyone ever speak? Are my questions that bad?” Or we answer our own questions like a solo performer in a surreal theological drama.

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When reading the Bible isn’t working

  • Tara Sing
  • 5 November 2018

There are hundreds of Bible reading plans to choose from. I know because I have searched them, I have tried them, and I have failed them.

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Helping poor readers in home groups

  • Ian Carmichael
  • 31 October 2018

I’m talking about people who don’t struggle at all with the English language; people who might have postgraduate degrees in law or English; even people who might work with words professionally every day. So why do they need help?

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The simple way to teach with puppets

  • Martin Olmos
  • 29 October 2018

Puppets give you power: power to engage and hold children’s attention, even in a crowd; power to create a ‘proxy child’ with whom the audience can identify; power to create a regular structure that children can master and within which they can learn.

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Revitalize your quiet times with Psalm 119

  • Cassie Watson
  • 24 October 2018

You won’t walk away with a handy ten tips to improve your Bible reading. Instead, Psalm 119 will help you to see why daily time in Scripture is so important.

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Overcoming sin: The risk of having good habits

  • Gordon Cheng
  • 22 October 2018

Ask yourself this important question when you hear good advice about building better habits: has the person, article, book, conference or good idea pointed me to Christ?

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How to run an effective evangelistic course

  • Dave Jensen
  • 17 October 2018

So you want to reach the lost with the gospel? Fantastic! Evangelistic courses are an effective method of doing so—particularly in a post-Christian culture. The following are small but crucial steps you can take to ensure you maximize the effectiveness of your evangelistic course.

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