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Handling the Hard Passages, Part 1

Abner Chou | November 28, 2017

  We all get embarrassed sometimes. Whether it be by a messy house, a family member, or a quirky habit. To try and diffuse our embarrassment, we do things like stuffing our messes in a closet when company is on the way, or cropping the offending family member out of our profile pictures. We want […]

5 Trappings of the Thankful

TMS Staff | November 22, 2017

In this season of thanksgiving, we remember the words of 1 Chronicles 16:34: “O give thanks to the LORD, for He is good; For His lovingkindness is everlasting.” Rather than focusing on the trappings of the “big meal”, we want to focus our hearts on the trappings of the thankful. The following men of faith […]

The Christian’s Job Description

Irv Busenitz | November 21, 2017

Everybody has a job description. Regardless of who you are—a pastor, a church member, or a student—you have a job description. We all do. And they are nothing new. They’ve been with us since the beginning of history. Adam and Eve had a job description. Noah had a job description. Abraham, Moses and Saul too. […]

How to Revive Lifeless Prayer Time

Carl Hargrove | November 7, 2017

How can we get back to a vibrant prayer life during life’s busyness? How can we get back to truly engaging with God: when we fought through the distractions so that the praises, the needs of others, and our burdens came freely to our mind and we prayed in the Spirit? I want to share […]

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