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Willing Worker Wednesday – Anticipating God’s Blessing!
“She who has believed is blessed because what was spoken to her by the Lord will be fulfilled!”(Luke 1:45, HCSB) She who has believed is blessed. So often we forget that our knowing isn’t enough as a leader … Continue reading
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1 Vital Necessity to a Receiving Faith!
Faith Receives After Faith Obeys “So Abram went, as the Lord had told him, and Lot went with him. Abram was seventy-five years old when he departed from Haran. And Abram took Sarai his wife, and Lot his brother’s son, … Continue reading
Transformed #286: What Makes a Great Coach?
Craig Groeschel reminds us that, “successful people do consistently what normal people do occasionally.” When it comes to Sunday School, nothing could be closer to the truth! As we wrap up our New Year series, “When Sunday School Works Well!” … Continue reading
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Episode 147 – Going After the Life of God!
Welcome to the Transformed podcast. It’s easier to do what you know and get what you’ve gotten than to do what God says and get what He promises. But we don’t want 2013 to be a rerun of 2012 for … Continue reading
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God Rewards Right Motives and Behaviors!
Artwork courtesy of neropta.com Leaders must develop a philosophy toward rewards that is incredibly simple: Reward performance and only performance. ~ Neil H. Snyder and Angela P. Clontz Rewards. Most “Christians” have a great suspicion when anyone starts talking … Continue reading
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Teaching Those Who Are Listening – Part 2!
Feel free to forward this to a friend! “Don’t be afraid to take advice. There’s always something new to learn.” ~ Babe Ruth We are asking Jesus to answer an important question: “How do we, as Eagle Leaders, separate the … Continue reading
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Transformed Podcast: Episode #036 – How Generous Are You?
Pastor Jan Hettinga tells us that, “The early church “had everything in common. Selling their possessions and goods, they gave to anyone as he had need” (Acts 2:44-45). “No one claimed that any of his possessions was his own, but … Continue reading
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