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Fall 2010: Ambitions
volume 31, Issue 4
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Our hopes and dreams fuel our ministry.
How church planting networks assess and verify whether candidates are, indeed, "called."
The shadow side of ambition
Not every church is in the "my, how you've grown" stage, and that's okay.
Fantasizing about the congregation you wish you had isn't ambition, but sin.
What happens when a teaching church becomes a calling church.
Currents: news you can use
Perceiving God's intention for my life.
Two books on the death and new life of our ministry.
Life without ambition isn't what God wants from us.
Wise pastoral care for todays insidious disease.
A temptation toward favoritism, or a needed discipleship tool?
A new tool that can help with online giving without tempting those who abuse credit cards.
How churches, ready or not, are ministering to society's most despised
If a "physical" is important, so is a "spiritual"
Following Jesus means learning to see truth behind the appearances.
The surprising benefits of ministry in out-of-the-way places.
How to keep ourselves and our teams focused on the right things
Godly ambitions lead to life, if we don't settle for the counterfeit, self-glory.
Should churches encourage younger marriage?