2022 Equipping Conference - October 11th and 12th

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Family: Martha Gets a Bad Rap

October 16, 2017
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Guest Post by Pam Taylor One reason we experience stress in our family and in relationships is our differences. God created each of us with different personality types and different spiritual gifts. We subconsciously expect people – even family members – to see things from the same perspective as we do. I see this problem…

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Strengths in the Christmas Story, Part 4: Two Ways to Face Risk

December 23, 2014
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How God Used Mary and Joseph’s Strengths, Part 4 God specially selected Mary and Joseph to be Jesus’ earthly parents. He used their different strengths in processing information, solving problems, managing change, and facing risk – each in unique ways. The Christmas story reveals the value of those differences. Mary and Joseph balanced one another.…

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Strengths in the Christmas Story, Part 2: Two Ways to Process Information

December 8, 2014
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How God Used Mary and Joseph’s Strengths to Process Information Throughout the Christmas story, Mary and Joseph demonstrate the value of different strengths. God specially selected these two individuals to be Jesus’ earthly parents. He gave them  different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Mary and Joseph used two distinct…

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Devotional: Ways Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2

April 21, 2014
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“That’s Wonderful!” or “Give Me Proof!” How Do You Process Information? Ways the Disciples Used Their Strengths, Part 2 Jesus’ disciples demonstrate the value of different strengths in solving problems, processing information, managing change, and facing risk. Put yourself in their sandals on the first Easter morning. How would you process the information of an…

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