Posts Tagged ‘Discipleship’

The hero in all of us

Did you grow up with comic books?  I certainly did along with many of my friends.  I wish I had kept some of those old comics.  Today they can be worth a fortune. I read that a 1938 Superman comic was found in the wall of an old house in Minnesota. It’s valued at $137,000.…

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Generation to generation

Christine Caine shared this story at Catalyst West Coast. In the  2000 Olympics in Australia & 2004 Olympics in Athens & 2008 Olympics in Beijing, the 4×400 meter Women’s Relays, the American team should have won each time.  They had the best individual runners and had the best record of any other team.  They lost…

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Naive faith

I heard an amazing testimony of faith the other day. This extraordinary leader came to believe in Jesus when he was at his absolute lowest point in life. Addicted and broken, he entered into a real relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. Things changed…some quickly…some not so much. He grew in his faith…

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The Principle of Multiplication

I’ll bet for most of us, a teacher or a parent at one time or another threw down a hypothetical situation for you to contemplate. It goes something like this. If you have a choice, which of these situations would you choose? To be given one million dollars, or to be given one penny the…

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