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Preaching with Wonder

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As preachers it's sometimes easy to lose our wonder for God's Word. Sometimes we approach biblical texts with a been-there-done-that attitude. "Yeah, I've read Exodus before. Sure (yawn), I preached the Resurrection last year. I guess I have to do Romans again." We need help to see and then talk about God's Word in a way that's fresh and alive. Then we can ask the Holy Spirit to enable our people to hear God's Word with wonder and excitement—even if they've heard the story of our text a dozen times before. No matter how many times you have preached on a particular Bible text, there are new riches waiting to be discovered and proclaimed.

Financing a Church Building Project

From ChurchLawAndTax.com

When beginning a building project it can be hard to find funding or even knowing where to begin the capital campaign. The Church Finance Today newsletter provides you with this training resource. It provides helpful ideas and ...

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