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Connections for life, part 1

January 2022
By: Stuart Carver
As a relational discipleship engineer and replicator, it is my God given job to specialize in making connections between the Body of Christ and people in need. Creating sustained connections of this kind take more than simply telling people how to do something. Proverbs 29:18 says, “Where ther...
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Connections for life, part 2

January 2022
By: Stuart Carver
As we saw in Part 1, the disconnect is real.  The Body of Christ and life affirming ministry haven’t been connected as God wants them to be for a long, long time. Many center directors at the Missouri conference told me of their hearts’ desire to see the Body of Christ more close...
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More or less

August 2021
By: Stuart Carver
We are going to explore three examples of how life-affirming ministries may be able to accomplish more, even with less. Why? Because: There is a tendency to believe more money is what we need. We intuitively think more ministry requires doing more things. Sometimes, less is what God uses t...
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How many?

January 2021
By: Stuart Carver
A legendary parable goes something like this: A small village of people once lived along the edge of a fast-flowing river. Several people of the village were fishing along the river’s edge when one noticed a baby being washed downstream. Shortly after rescuing, drying and warming the baby...
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Women don't get pregnant

July 2020
By: Stuart Carver
Myths have always been a part of the human experience. Here are a few examples: bats are blind, elephants are afraid of mice, and mustard seeds are the smallest seeds. Do you still believe any of these myths? Google them later. Right now, we are actually going to look at something far more import...
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