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  • Four Ways to Be a Great Small Group Leader

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    • Chip Ingram
    Ever been in a small group that was life changing and stimulated your hunger to know God more? Ever wondered what the leader did to make it that way?
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  • Sharpen Your Small Group Leader Skills with Free Online Course

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    • Lance Witt
    If all you want to do is facilitate a group meeting for a couple of hours every week, that’s pretty easy. If all you want to do is gather with a group of friends for a Bible study, that’s not too demanding. But, if you see your role as investing in people and helping Christians actually live like Christians, then that is a significant challenge.
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  • Jonathan and David – A Biblical Model for Authentic Relationships

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    • Chip Ingram
    Ever feel like you’re going through life and you see the people all around you laughing and connecting, yet you feel as if there’s an invisible bubble around you? In Robert Putman’s book Bowling Alone, he calls loneliness the new American epidemic. Never in the history of the world have people been able to communicate so much and be connected so little.
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  • Satan's Agenda to Perpetuate Prejudice

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    • Chip Ingram
    When I was 28 years old, I found myself serving in my first pastorate in a little rural town in Texas. It was a place where people used the “N” word and argued about the KJV versus the NIV translation of the Bible in the same sentence. Everywhere I looked, people were wearing John Deere hats and had guns in the back of their pickups.
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  • How to Respond to the Failures of Others

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    • Chip Ingram
    God has given each one of us legitimate desires – for love, significance, security and purpose. But all too often, we go after these desires in illegitimate and ungodly ways.
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  • Do You Take Jesus Seriously?

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    • Chip Ingram
    I’ll never forget the first day I walked into Mr. Hall’s 9th grade Algebra class. Brad Star, who was my friend since junior high, was the class clown and I was his assistant. That day, Brad started up his usual antics when suddenly Mr. Hall turned to him and said sternly, Mr. Star, you are now excused! And just like that, my friend was gone.
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  • How to Speak Life to Those We Love

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    Are you or someone you know facing a difficult situation and in desperate need of a spiritual “shot in the arm?” Most of us have been discouraged and depressed at some point in our lives, yet most of us don’t know how to bring hope to the people in our life that we care about the most.
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  • Does 'Doing Good' Really Matter if You're a Christian?

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    In America today, we have the highest percentage of people who say they have no spiritual affiliation. There is a growing generation that is disillusioned with organized religion, especially Christianity.
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  • Is a Changed Life Really Possible?

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    If there’s one thing we all have in common, it’s that we all want to change for the better. I don’t know many parents that say, “I really want to strive to be the worst parent,” or couples who say to one another, “Let’s allow our marriage to crumble.” And rarely – if ever – will you hear anyone say, “My resolution this year is to gain a lot of weight and eat as unhealthy as possible!”
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  • God’s Antidote to Anxiety

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    • stress
    When I was a little boy of about five years old, I actually believed that there was a monster living underneath my bed. If I woke up in the middle of the night, I’d get really afraid. But I knew that if I could somehow jump out of my bed without the monster grabbing my ankles and pulling me under, once I got to my parents room I’d be OK. I also knew that if my parents turned on my bedroom light, I’d be able to see if I was really in danger.
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