An Ever-Widening View of Koinonia By Andrew Camp

My small group is starting a study on Philippians, and I have recently been reading Paul’s effusive praise of the Philippian church. What especially struck and challenged me is the cause of Paul’s gratitude toward the church—namely, their “participation in the gospel from the first day until now” (Phil. 1:5). What I had not realized… [ Read More ]

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Staying on Course By Jon Noto

If you are leading a small groups ministry, odds are you don’t have a problem dreaming big. A compelling vision of where we want our church or ministry to be is what keeps us invested when our day-to-day work can feel like herding cats! The challenge arises when we start looking at just how we… [ Read More ]

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Making a good thing better

How do you make a good thing better? How do you use creativity and technology to solve problems?  image credit: CreationSwap user Cody Jensen Know what you’re good at. Many people are trying to be all things to all people. You can’t really accomplish that goal. And you won’t really find a client base that… [ Read More ]

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Replenish Your Soul: Noise Canceling Headphones for the Soul

I was flying from Charlotte to San Francisco. Two rambunctious children were in my row. Their parents, up in first class, sipped wine while I babysat in the cheap seats. To make matters worse, across the aisle was a toddler who cried for the first two thousand miles. This trip had stress and frustration written… [ Read More ]

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