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May
24

What Do We Do with the Bible? (part 2) We Meditate on It

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Along with helping new followers of Christ read the Bible, we need to help them learn to meditate on it. Of course, for many CHristians, this means we ourselves have to learn to mediate on it. There are many times when Robin, my wife, will tell me things that take time to process. I need…
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May
23

Do I Know Who I am?

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Changing from one form, state, activity or place to another—anticipated or not-anticipated—engenders tough questions and challenges. Since most of us are in some kind of transition, these are urgently relevant to our lives. As we move to another key question that surfaces in transitions, let’s quickly review. The seemingly upside-down order of the Stages of…
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May
22

Leadership Core: Experience and Education

You were not born with everything you need to lead well, live well, or contribute well.  You were endowed with certain natural traits, talents, values, and strengths from birth and from your story.  But to give to the world what is truly needed from you, you must develop your strengths and add to your capacity.…
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May
21

Dung Beetles in Heaven

Rachel on Harp

“I’m bored,” the young man says, setting his golden harp down on the soft, white mound next to him. His companion sits up quickly, sending small puffs of cloud scattering in every direction, several catching on the shimmering halo that slipped slightly to one side at her sudden movement. “Stop saying that. You’re going to…
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May
19

This Week on Trans·formed (5/19)

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Featured Articles on Trans·formed This Week Is Learning Greek and Hebrew Really Worth It? (Marc Cortez): For many, learning a new language is an exhausting, frustrating, and spirit-killing endeavor, one that has been scientifically proven to cause premature hair loss, marital discord, excess book throwing, and, in small rodents, cancer. So it should come as no…
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