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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Group Leader Assessment: Building Relationships | Articles | SmallGroups.com

Group Leader Assessment: Building Relationships | Articles | SmallGroups.com

This assessment is something we can do on a personal basis as well. How we get along with others is based on compromise. Now! I did not say try to use me like a door mat. Everyone has an opinion wheter we hurry up and not understand that one way or another. Plan on group participation, we all need to be welcome, engaged in planning processes prayerfully with hope. Certainly I would be more inclined to show up for meeting when others suggest a new book to review or have a plan for Missionary Fifth Sunday Celebration and Worship. Action!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

FaithNet NAMI | Interfaith Worship Service

FaithNet NAMI | Interfaith Worship Service

The responsive reading is part of the worship service. African American traditions see that as "call and response" handed down orally for generations. Church attendees can find any number of responsive readings listed by season in the hymnal. This is another opportunity to improve Christian Education. Not only are we hearing the spoken word we actively participate by affirmation of the text whether it is Biblical or poetry or essay readings. The great commission of the church is to teach and spread the good news. Denominational churches offer any number of literary guides to membership and spiritual maturity. Growing the church comes from the spirit and attitude of abundance; even if it is evangelism. Our mission where righteousness is put forth certainly includes being right minded and having a spirit of hope toward our neighbors.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

The 7 Commandments of Credit Card Interest » Credit Card Help Topics

The 7 Commandments of Credit Card Interest » Credit Card Help Topics

Truly amazing how money affects personal life. Although money is not happiness, sometimes that money helps life to have a happier outcome and less risky day to day finance. Likewise wealth can create violence in a person's life. Jealousy is the number one contributor to violence. I can't possibly fathom there is another reason that constitute basic violence. The action comes from a thought; moral or economic! We must truly generate tolerance for other people. Sometime that is a risk. Do you understand the principle 'what you see is (probably not) what you get.

reference: Freeman, Harrine WYSI (PN) WYG principle