Exercising Self-Control

Jan 2, 2017

Self-control is the only hyphenated self word I’ve found in the Bible. Galatians 5:23 says that one of the fruits of the Spirit is self-control. Now, what does it mean to be self-controlled?  It means that your self—the selfish, self-centered, prideful “you” who resides in all of us—needs to be controlled. If you’re serious about being self-controlled but are finding it difficult to do, perhaps this form will help to guide your thinking and your praying, so that the Holy Spirit can start to change your thoughts and your words, and thereby change...

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How to Keep a Job – Information Kit

Jan 1, 2017

How does a Christian manage her career in today’s competitive market? You need direction that not only gives security and success, but more importantly, you want to make certain you are moving in the center of God’s will for you and your career. Wouldn’t it be helpful to know that you have a career path plan that will see you through the rough times? How To Keep Your Job Kit includes tools to help you evaluate your attitude and put a plan in place to keep it positive. It offers instruction that will help you walk through turbulent times in the...

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30 Day Love Plan

Dec 21, 2016

Here you will find a 30 day plan to help you learn to practice love by the Bible’s definition. It takes intentionality  to put God’s principles into practice otherwise they just remain words on the pages of your Bible but they don’t become transformational in your life. This 30 day plan to learn to practice love is based on 1 Corinthians 13, which gives us very explicit and practical instruction on just what it means to love. Ready to take on the challenge?   This 30 day plan is part of the Daily Encouragement devotional from January 2-6, 2017, titled “A Plan to Practice...

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Bible Verses for Bad Days

Jun 22, 2016

It doesn’t take much to ruin a good day, does it? And the truth is, life is full of days that leave us disappointed or discouraged or sad, for one reason or another. How do you deal with bad days? In Romans 15:4 we read: For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope. The Scriptures are there to bring us encouragement and hope, and that’s what we need on bad days, isn’t it?  We have put together a set of five cards with Bible passages for bad days that you can print. Whatever you’re going to face, God is going to be there with you and his word will strengthen...

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Are You the Offender or Offended

May 14, 2016

They say there are two sides to every story when it comes to relationships and relationship struggles. We can sit in one of two seats, either in the seat of the offended or the seat of the offender.  We have made this hand out for you to use as a reference for when you are having relationship struggles. Are You The Offender or The Offended...

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