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Fishing Lessons – Christian Crusaders

When Jesus called His disciples to follow Him, He promised to make them “fishers of people.” This was a new concept, and they must have felt anxious at the thought of leaving the familiar. Let’s learn what those disciples experienced as they began this new life with Jesus, and how we can minister to the […]

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Time of Grace – How Can I Make a Difference? As a Missionary

Each of us are missionaries in big and small ways either right where we are or wherever we go–telling one person at a time of God’s love.  Romans 16:25-27 Source: Time of Grace – How Can I Make a Difference? As a Missionary

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Can I fully recover from abuse? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast

Today, Joyce answers the question: Can I fully recover from abuse? Source: Can I fully recover from abuse? – Everyday Answers – Joyce Meyer Ministries TV Podcast Watch today’s episode.

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Fix Your Eyes on Jesus – February 19, 2017 – WELS

Source: Fix Your Eyes on Jesus – February 19, 2017 – WELS

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DEFCON 1 – February 19, 2017 – WELS

Source: DEFCON 1 – February 19, 2017 – WELS

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Through My Bible Yr 3 – February 19 – WELS

Bible reading Luke 7:36-8:3 (NIV84) Source: Through My Bible Yr 3 – February 19 – WELS

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The DNA of a Disciple-Making Movement – FaithGateway

We want to fan the flames, pour gasoline on the fires of this kind of disciple-making movement. — The Disciple-Maker’s Handbook Source: The DNA of a Disciple-Making Movement – FaithGateway

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The power of one

Source: The power of one

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The Lutheran Hour :: Love Your Enemies–Jesus Does!

Even as the world becomes a meaner, angrier place, God calls us to share His life with others. Source: The Lutheran Hour :: Lutheran Hour Ministries

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Better Than a Piñata

There cannot be a Mexican party without a piñata—a carton or clay container filled with candies and treats. Children strike it with a stick and try to break it, hoping to enjoy its contents. Monks used the piñatas in the sixteenth century to teach lessons to the indigenous people of Mexico. Piñatas were stars with seven […]