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Red Truck Season

The Red Truck Ministry is a perfect illustration of the importance of right timing in any partnership, missions venture, or Kingdom-sized dream.

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Ed Jordan: Weekends…Who Needs Them?

Germans seem to live for their summer month-long vacations. Most Americans live for their weekends. So how important is the concept of getting off for 52 weekends a year? If you were to no longer get weekends off (regardless of whether it occurs on Saturday and Sunday), how would that affect your life?

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Tony Brooks: Graduating from Sunday School

When did adults begin to think they had graduated from Sunday School? Discipleship is crucial in our daily spiritual growth, from childhood to adulthood.

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Ed Jordan: Beauty-Full

Whenever we see God’s light radiating from God like the colored prisms of light reflecting off of a diamond, we experience the greatness of God and his beauty, and we realize that our light and beauty pales in comparison to God's.

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Ed Jordan: Prince or Pauper?

It is interesting that no one ever sings: “Someday my pauper will come, someday we’ll fall in love, and how poor then my life will be, when my pauper’s in love with me.”

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Tony Brooks: 4 Ways to Encourage Training on the Go for Sunday School/Small Group Leaders

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens. (Ecclesiastes 3:1 NIV)

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Ed Jordan: Hopelessness or Hopefulness?

From listening to news reports, one could figuratively assume that there is no green grass left anywhere in this world; there is only burnt earth. That viewpoint is a symptom of people who are held in the grip of hopelessness. Hopelessness is the absence of hope. But is it really true that there is no hope? Is all the grass in the world brown, even in springtime?

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Tony Brooks: 4 Advantages of Having Sunday School/Small Groups at Times Other Than Sunday Mornings

There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens. (Ecclesiastes 3:1 NIV)

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