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Breaking Through Prayer Barriers

Prayer is something that every believer would say is important. Nonetheless, many of us have struggled with prayer and find it difficult.

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Taking a Different Route to Work

Have you ever taken a wrong turn out of sheer habit?

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The Power of Grace

Is it possible that one of the biggest barriers we face in disciple-making is that we are seeking to reach people who have built up resistance to Christianity by having been exposed to weakened or dead forms of it? Perhaps so.

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Disciple-Making is a Form of Leadership, Part 2

The difference between disciple-making and leadership might not be as big as we think.

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Disciple-Making is a Form of Leadership

Sound, biblical principles of leadership will make you more effective as a disciple-maker.

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Great Questions, Part Two

This week we continue with the topic of questions for dialogue, offering three more basic questions for productive disciple-making interactions.

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Great Questions

It is very easy in interactions with others to assume we must drive the conversation, and sometimes we talk at people rather than drawing them out.

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The Advantage of Writing Stuff Down

When I entrust information to my brain, not only do I risk forgetting things, but I also end up using mental energy that could go somewhere else. Instead, if I write things down, I can “clear the mental decks” and be free to think and respond to what’s in front of me.

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The Wrong Sermon Title?

Sometimes the most difficult element in preparing the outline is creating the sermon title. The title, at least in theory, represents the essence of the sermon, hopefully in some catchy or creative way.

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The Ultimate Leader

Big problems require bigger deliverers.

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