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Do you have a Spiritual Trust Fund for your Family?

We may not have financial wealth to pass on to our children, grandchildren, and future descendants. However, author Jennifer Kennedy Dean shares in her book, The Legacy of Prayer, about a spiritual trust fund that will only increase in value. She writes, “We can leave behind for our descendants a spiritual trust that can never be stolen, squandered, or lost. We can lay up a storehouse of imperishable wealth by praying for our grandchildren and future generations. Our prayers are deposits in…See More
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When Noise Needs a Silence Break

I’ve always enjoyed silence. Early on, God told Isaiah, “In quietness . . . shall be your strength” (Isaiah 30:15). Jesus had a pattern of rising early to enjoy the stillness of the morning and occasionally retired to the “mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God” (Luke 6:12). Living in a world of noise, I am finding silence more and more difficult to find. Indeed, my younger friends no little about a world that includes silence. Writing what he calls a, “faith-based theology…See More
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5 Books to Enhance Your Bible Study

I’m a firm believer in studying the Bible every day.  To be honest, I don’t do it every day but it’s my desire and I attempt to make the effort.  The reason we read and study our Bibles every day is that they bring us the very words of God.  As Moses told the Israelites in Deuteronomy 32:47 about the Word of God, “These are no idle words for you, but your very life.”  I could go on and spend pages writing about the benefits of Bible study.  Instead I want to give you 5 books that I believe will…See More
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5 Books to Enhance Your Bible Study

I’m a firm believer in studying the Bible every day.  To be honest, I don’t do it every day but it’s my desire and I attempt to make the effort.  The reason we read and study our Bibles every day is that they bring us the very words of God.  As Moses told the Israelites in Deuteronomy 32:47 about the Word of God, “These are no idle words for you, but your very life.”  I could go on and spend pages writing about the benefits of Bible study.  Instead I want to give you 5 books that I believe will…See More
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Why YOU Should Care About Jabez' Prayer

We all go through painful experiences of one kind or another, and how we handle life’s adversities will have a lot to do in determining our character and our destiny. The intriguing story of Jabez reveals how our pain can be transformed as we lay hold of God’s promises: Jabez was more honorable than his brothers; and his mother called his name Jabez, saying, “Because I bore him in pain.” Jabez called upon the God of Israel, saying, “Oh that you would bless me and enlarge my border, and that…See More
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Johnny Russell Almond posted a blog post

Good news, anyone?

“I can’t decide whether to watch the evening news, and be unable to eat;or to watch the nightly news, and be unable to sleep.”- Anonymous The person who said this would have an even bigger problem these days.Up-to-the-minute 24/7 news keeps us informed of the global turn of events—events often so discouraging, we begin to wonder how the world even holds together. Reviewing today’s CNN headlines does little to encourage an optimistic outlook for the future—ISIS executes Yazidis who refuse to…See More
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4 Chaire Discipling

Want to Learn Effective Disciple-Making? 'Pull Up a Chair'  Learn to make disciples who make disciples by studying how Jesus modeled it.  Contact: Janis Backing, 312-329-2108janis.backing@moody.edu CHICAGO, Aug. 13, 2014 /…See More
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Pastor Mao Mgendi is now a member of Discipleship Network
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Johnny Russell Almond posted a blog post

Closure?

“Those who hope for no other life are dead even in this.”- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe People frequently make sad mistakes at funerals—eulogizing a loved one only in the past tense, as if life were all history;mourners speaking of the need for closure, laying to rest previous relationships;through ritual and ceremony, trying to bury strong emotional ties along with the remains. Grieving people do need to continue responsibly; and life, whether we like it or not, does go on.However, what we need…See More
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Changing Your Corner of the World: One Relationship at a Time

By Doug Nuenke, U.S. President, The Navigators

We are not destined to simply watch as our chaotic world slides into greater disorder. God's plan for changing the world involves each of us. You can change your corner of the world—one relationship at a time.

The heartbeat of The Navigators and the focus of Jesus' earthly ministry are quite similar. Both embody a passion for disciplemaking that is "generational" and "intentional."

You just need to be a person who is willing to trust God to change the world, a few people at a time!

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Standing Out

By NavsMilitary Ministry

It's impossible to hide on a naval ship. In crowded quarters, people know what you eat, what you read, and what you say.

When Trey Souder sat in a war room eating lunch he wasn't trying to stand out. But when a fellow officer commented on Souder's plate of fruits and vegetables—with all eyes trained on him—Souder said he was fasting. And he stood out.

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Pursue the Intentional Life: A Conversation with Jean Fleming

By Disciple!

I think the idea of intentional living strikes a chord with any thoughtful person. Believers know that life on earth is brief. Soon we will stand before the Lord, our time for glorifying Him on earth over, our time to bless a fallen world gone. I picture myself looking back over my shoulder at the end of life and wondering what my life will look like to me then.

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Pursue the Intentional Life

By Jean Fleming

As ministry leader Jean Fleming began pondering how she could serve God with more purpose, she createdPursue the Intentional Life, to help discover how God's promises and instructions contain just what's needed to face the end of something in your life, or to embark on a new beginning. This book will help you live meaningfully and intentionally in the present while preparing well for the future.

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The Word Hand™ Illustration

This classic Navigator tool is a graphic way to communicate five key scripturally sound ways to get God's Word into our hearts, minds, and lives. It's a helpful reminder for any believer about the importance of having a good grasp of the Bible.

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The Coming Harvest: The Master Plan of Evangelism

By Dr. Robert Coleman

The Master Plan of Evangelism is to reach the world with the Good News through Jesus Christ. "It all started by Jesus calling a few men to follow Him. This revealed immediately the direction His evangelistic strategy would take. His concern was not with programs to reach the multitudes, but with men whom the multitudes would follow."

Dr. Coleman looks into the New Testament and observes that Jesus' goal was not to promote spiritual rehabilitation programs, but to invite people into a person relationship with Himself.

Listen to Dr. Coleman talk about the Master Plan of Evangelism, titled The Coming Harvest.

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    Paul’s Model of Disciple Making

    by Claude King

    The Apostle Paul set a wonderful and powerful example for us on how to make disciples of others. He lived his life in such a way that people could see a living demonstration of the Holy Spirit's power to transform a life. Then he encouraged people to follow his example as he followed Christ's example. When the church at Thessalonica followed Paul's and Christ's example like that, they had an impact on a significant portion of the Mediterranean world. Join me in seeking to follow Paul's model as we pursue Christlikeness. See his example in 1 Corinthians 2:4-5; 1 Corinthians 4:16; 1 Corinthians 11:1; Ephesians 5:1; and 1 Thessalonians 1:6-7.

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    Learn to change your attitude toward prayer and discover intimate interaction with the Heavenly Father.

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