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Faith vs. Fear: Facing Fearful Mindsets

April 2011
By: Sydna Massé
For the righteous will never be moved; he will be remembered forever. He is not afraid of bad news; his heart is firm, trusting in the LORD. His heart is steady; he will not be afraid, until he looks in triumph on his adversaries. Psalm 112:6-8 "You've placed our center in great harm! HOW COULD Y...
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CENTERBOARD: Do onto Others ...

April 2011
By: Tom Lothamer
The board's role in governance of a ministry includes policymaking, budget oversight, strategic planning, public relations, fundraising, and so on. However, being a board member also requires having the proper attitude about the ministry. I was reminded of this the other day when "Sue" called. As t...
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Terror On A Steep Slope

January 2011
By: Mark Hiehle
I recently heard well-known Pastor Chuck Swindoll share a story from the Los Angeles Times that recounted what happened to J. Rathman as he was hunting near Red Bluff. As Mr. Rathman climbed a ledge on the slope of a rocky gorge and raised his head to look over the ledge, he caught movement near the...
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A Sure Foundation

January 2011
By: Pat Stonestreet
For eleven years, I served as the executive director of a small, yet growing pregnancy center in Northern Virginia. I came to the position with little experience in administration and even less in the pro-life ministry. I left with a wealth of knowledge in both areas and discovered five foundational...
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Two Windows of the Ultrasound

January 2011
By: James Dundas
Throughout history, God has given man particular instruments that have permitted insight into His creation that in the past only God Himself was able to see and enjoy. The telescope permits us to gaze into the astonishing beauties and majestic wonders of the universe. As the Psalmist cries out, "The...
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Hearing God Speak

October 2010
By: Mark Hiehle
My daughter and I enjoy putting puzzles together. We started out with 24 piece puzzles and then moved to 36 pieces. At four years old, she became so comfortable with her puzzles that she knew where every piece belonged. If I tried to help, she would say, "No, I can do it." We then got her a 100-piec...
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