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Pastor Austin Gardner and Jeff Bush answer several questions about doing ministry here in the states and across the world on the foreign field. Topics include teachers and workers meetings, dealing with sin in a disciples life, how to get visitors to come and stay on the mission field, and how much to help people...
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Moses died and God chose Joshua to lead the children of Israel. He then instructed him on what he would need to live out this new responsibility.  Today in 2020, we face a vast problem. We are lacking in young spiritual leaders to take the charge of the church and the Great Commission. Our nation...
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BE DO SERVE TRAIN Each church and every person for that matter has different goals. Regardless of his beliefs, a person’s goals can be seen by the way he behaves or by how he spends his time. The challenge with the Christian life is that we must make sure our philosophy, or our way of...
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This is a series of videos about our ministry philosophy done a while back. Please feel free to ask questions and comment! The Be Level blog 5026 from Mark Coffey on Vimeo. The Do Level blog 5027 from Mark Coffey on Vimeo. Blog 5028 The Serve Level from Mark Coffey on Vimeo. Blog 5029 The...
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II Timothy 2:2 And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also. The most common complaints that are heard when missionaries are encouraged to train leaders are: “It takes longer to train someone else to do it...
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Today’s reading Lamentations 1-5 Lamentations 3:27 It is good for a man that he bear the yoke in his youth. It is good for a young person to have to pay the price. If everything comes to easily it will cause laziness and an attitude of expecting people to do things for them. Sometimes being...
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Today’s reading Numbers 3-4:20 Numbers 3:9 And thou shalt give the Levites unto Aaron and to his sons: they are wholly given unto him out of the children of Israel. God gave the Levites to the priests. The Levites were to take care of the physical aspects of the tabernacle and later the temple. They...
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A leader’s humility should grow with the passing of years, like other attitudes and qualities. On one occasion when Samuel Brengle was introduced as “the great Doctor Brengle,” he noted in his diary: If I appear great in their eyes, the Lord is most graciously helping me to see how absolutely nothing I am without...
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This is from the book Ordering your Private World by Gordon MacDonald. There are Driven people and there are called people in his terminology. We have seen in a previous post what a driven person is like and how to recognize them in the comment section. Don’t miss Called or Driven! Unmanaged time flows toward...
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