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7/10/2009 by Lash Banks
William Ernest Henley was an English poet who lived from 1849-1903. His most famous work entitled Invictus (Latin for Invincible) was written in a hospital room as Henley recovered from surgery that amputated his leg. Henley wrote:
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole
5/14/2009 by Paul Reid
WHEN GOD GIVES A GIFT HE WRAPS IT IN A PERSON!
I heard Michael Card say this when I was a seminary student and it has stuck with me. Throughout my life I see where God used my teachers, my family growing up and my wife and children today to teach me. (The investment may not have yielded good returns.) But He still uses people close to me.
4/20/2009 by Paul Reid
Nothing can substitute for the ministry of Presence. What fun it truly is to just hang out, listen, share, laugh and talk "nothing". Jesus showed us true ministry of presence. Philippians shares that He made himself nothing, took on the form a servant. He humbled Himself and became obedient till...
4/17/2009 by Lash Banks
What is a healthy church? That’s a critical question for which all of my church friends seem to be trying to answer. For my business-minded, chart loving friends the answer to this question is a growth equation: new members + more money + better facilities = a healthy church. My post-modern, flip-flops and t...