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  • Finding Freedom in Forgiveness

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    • Doug Fields
    Offering forgiveness when we’ve been hurt is very difficult to do. Yet, Jesus taught that forgiving others is vital for our spiritual well being. He invites us to make it a priority not only to forgive, but also to keep forgiving…all the time if need be.
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  • How God Reveals His Faithfulness in Our Lives

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    • Chip Ingram
    Whether we’re conscious of it or not, we all believe in someone or something to “hold us up” inside. When that person or thing comes through for us, then life is good! But when that person or thing doesn’t come through for us, then we experience a sense of anxiety, dissatisfaction, and ultimately despair. But the truth is, there isn’t anyone or anything that will come through for us 24/7 – except for God Himself.
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  • How Do You Get the Motivation for Real Change?

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    • Chip Ingram
    Ever tried to start a new regime like a diet, fitness program or Bible study schedule, only to feel frustrated after just a few days because your commitment got sidetracked? Or ever wondered why it’s so hard to get started on those New Year’s resolutions and why it’s even harder to keep them going?
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  • How to Experience God When You're Gripped by Fear

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    • Chip Ingram
    When we’re paralyzed with fear, we can experience God’s presence and strength to get through even our darkest times.
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  • How 'Doing Good' Can Actually Change Your World

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    • Chip Ingram
    As Christians today, if we want change in our community and in our world, then we need to demonstrate – by how we live our lives – that Jesus is alive, He’s true, He loves people, and there’s hope. In this article, I'll show you how.
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  • Will We Be Punished in Heaven?

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    • Chip Ingram
    In this article, Chip explains what really happens to us in Heaven and its implications for our lives today.
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  • Be Patient in Judgment

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    • Jim Liebelt
    The specific situations in which people find themselves often influence their behaviors in other areas of their lives. For example, conflict at home or trouble at work may overflow into one’s private life. Perhaps we tend to make judgments too quickly, reacting or overreacting in ways that aren’t based on the big picture, but rather the “season” we may encounter in another’s life experiences.
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  • A Lion in the Wild

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    • Ryan Ingram
    One of the primary reasons we do not encounter God, is we come to God on our own terms. We want to be in control. We want to determine when, where and how. We want to get close enough to have a glimpse but not so close to have to adjust our lives.
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  • God's Power and Our Preparation: An Interview with Francis Chan and Chip Ingram

    By
    • Summer Armentrout
    If you’re a ministry leader or pastor, preparation is key in leading an effective group or delivering a powerful message.
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  • Sharpen Your Small Group Leader Skills with Free Online Course

    By
    • 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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Sharpen Your Online Leader Skills with Free Online Course
By Lance Witt

If you're new to leading groups or want to sharpen your skills, this course is for you.

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God's Power and Our Preparation: An Interview with Francis Chan
By Summer Armentrout

If you’re a ministry leader or pastor, you’re probably already aware that preparation is key.

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A Lion in the Wild

By Ryan Ingram

As a kid I loved lions. Still do. In fact my nickname as child was Ryan the Lion.

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