Monthly Archives: April 2014

The accused Kansas killer’s neo-pagan religion

Originally posted on CNN Belief Blog:
By Daniel Burke, CNN Belief Blog Co-Editor (CNN) — Frazier Glenn Cross is a white supremacist, an avowed anti-Semite and an accused killer. But he is not, as many think, a Christian. Cross, who also goes by…

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Seed to Sow

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
Harvest need #3 of 5, “Seed to Sow,” has no counterpart in the 5 PoP’s because it’s assumed that if a person wants to plant churches they probably know how to share the gospel.…

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A Field to Plant

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
Years of life and ministry in a traditional church context had atrophied me into a missional paraplegic.  Strapped to my institutional chair, I looked out into a wider world longing to engage with it…

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Blessings from Above

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
In 1 Cor. 2:4-5 Paul recounts to the Corinthians how he went about his missionary enterprise. “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s…

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The 5 Harvest Needs

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
As a person with an apostolic bent, I traffic in strategies.  I don’t just want to know that I’m supposed to go out into the world and make disciples, I want to know how…

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The Best Reason Not to Evangelize

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
Here it is: People are a mess.  It’s a temptation to stay within our small circle and not borrow trouble.  I actually knew a pastor who readily admitted that the messiness of broken people…

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The Fourth “O”

Originally posted on Life Teams Support:
The “Three O’s” tool under the “SESSIONS” tab in the Life Teams app can push a Life Team from being just another small group to being a militarized cell in the war on sin.…

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