Discussion-based Lessons

Discussion-based Lessons

Discussion-based lessons have groups talking and changing. We are changed more by what we say than what we hear. "Instead SPEAKING the truth (not just hearing the truth) we will grow." Ephesians 4.15 https://www.youtube.com/embed/lduldVUA8-4

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Virtue is quality control

Virtue is quality control

After Tim Nybo graduated from college in 2010, he decided to start a business in China. He packed up his few belongings, bought a one-way ticket, and moved to a Chinese manufacturing city, although he couldn’t speak the language or even use chopsticks. At the time the...

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Muscular Faith

Muscular Faith

Whatever your political views, if you watched the televised funeral of President George H. W. Bush, you probably wiped a tear from your eyes when his son, George W. Bush, gripped the pulpit, bent over choked in grief, and called his dad “a great and noble man, and the...

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Why men don’t ask for directions

Why men don’t ask for directions

It stops now. For too long, we guys have been the object of hurtful, insensitive stereotypes. These are promoted by those who are not guys (we won’t name any genders). The cruel stereotypes revolve around guys not wanting to stop and ask directions. Supposedly we will...

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Blessed are the persicuted

Blessed are the persicuted

WHO WANTS to be persecuted? We cannot see happiness in persecution. No one enjoys being maligned. Almost all of us want the goodwill of our neighbors, and it is difficult to see what blessedness there could be in the enmity of others. Offhand, it would seem that being...

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Money Is a Tool

Money Is a Tool

I recently met a forty-one-year-old associate pastor who had paid off his home after fifteen years of working toward that goal. He and his wife made a lot of hard choices during that time. They gave up lifestyle desires. They endured the misunderstanding of friends...

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Empty to be filled

Empty to be filled

I read a story about a single mother who was in a very tough spot. As we all know, single moms have one of the most grueling and thankless jobs on the planet. Quite a number of them are among my personal heroes. One had an especially compelling story. She was not only...

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5 Things You Might Not Know About Anxiety

5 Things You Might Not Know About Anxiety

https://youtu.be/FlCjwIylnaQ Discussion Questions: What do you tend to get anxious about these days? What has caused you anxiety in the past that you no longer worry about? What price are you paying for your anxiety? Is there a lie that underlies the anxiety? What is...

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Blessed are the Peacemakers

Blessed are the Peacemakers

THE PROBLEM of human strife is as old as man. It had its beginning on the outskirts of Eden when Cain, driven by envy, murdered his more devout brother, Abel. Men fought then as now: primarily because strife was inherent in their natures. Jesus spoke prophetically of...

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Why unanswered prayer?

Why unanswered prayer?

Many years ago, Rod Serling penned an episode of The Twilight Zone in which a kindly antique dealer happened to release a genie from an otherwise worthless bottle. In keeping with tradition, the man was granted wishes—a generous four wishes—but warned by the genie to...

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Blessed are the Pure in Heart

Blessed are the Pure in Heart

IN THE BIBLE the heart is considered to be something far more complex than a bodily organ. It is called the seat of the emotions. Fear, love, courage, anger, joy, sorrow, and hatred are ascribed to the heart. It has come to stand for the center of the moral,...

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Blessed are the poor in heart

Blessed are the poor in heart

When my grandfather died, I went home for the funeral. I took with me some dress slacks that I needed to have cleaned for the visitation. Driving around, I found a place called One Hour Cleaners. That sounded perfect because I needed those slacks that very evening. I...

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Hungering and Thirsting for Righteousness

Hungering and Thirsting for Righteousness

“Happy are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled.” We can all understand the metaphor which Jesus employed here—hunger. We have all experienced some time in our lives the gnawing pain, the dizziness, and the faint feeling which...

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Everything You Need

Everything You Need

The Pacific Crest Trail is one of the most beautiful but demanding hikes in the world—2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada. It runs through California, Oregon, and Washington, winding through desert wastelands, along breathtaking ridges, and beside glaciated expanses. In...

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Every financial success depends on this hapit

Every financial success depends on this hapit

Spend less than you can because every success in your financial life depends on this habit. Over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to be on many radio call-in shows to answer people’s financial questions. If I had a dollar for every question I’ve answered, I’d be a...

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How to kill Covid-19 without killing the economy

How to kill Covid-19 without killing the economy

In short: figure out a way to make massive, easily available, inexpensive testing available to everyone. Infected people stay home. Everyone else go back to work. I don't know what this would cost, but it has to be cheaper than the stimulus plans we are talking about...

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Life is dangerous

Life is dangerous

I could do without the pharmaceutical warnings. I understand their purpose, mind you. Medical manufacturers must caution against every potential tragedy so that when we take their pill and grow a third arm or turn green, we can’t sue them. I get that. Still, there is...

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