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Asparagus

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Last week I was Skyping with a good friend who is part of the leadership in the church in Italy we've been a part of. I mentioned him in a recent article that he was developing the Italian version of the BLESS acronym we've been using. Francesco told the story of a recent discussion with a friend ...

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Tags: asparagus, bless, mission, prega

Cooking Without Ingredients

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Back in the olden days ... perhaps 15 or 20 years ago ... way, way back ... people used to make cakes out of things called ingredients. Ingredients could include ancient artifacts such as flour, butter, eggs, salt, baking power, vanilla, and other ...

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Tags: cake, discipline, disciplines, growth, spiritual

Begging to Give, Really?

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Posted by Cliff Coss on

Cliff Coss continues his series of articles on finances and the church.

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Tags: giving, macedonia, stewardship

Simplify

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Times of simplicity. There have been a few times of simplicity in my life. When I was a kid, there wasn't much more to life than school, play, and chores. That's it. I didn't have to worry about budgets, healthcare choices, voting, jobs, car maintenance, the emerald ash borer, or a million other ...

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Honi is a Bunch of Hooey

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Posted by Colby Kinser on

Mark Batterson, pastor of National Community Church in D.C., is selling thousands of books and products related to his 2011 book The Circle Maker. It's based on an event in the life of a 1st C BC character named Honi Ha-Ma’agel, who might not even have actually existed. The products are ...

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Tags: batterson, circle, prayer