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Going Above and Beyond!

Meredith Mahon Morris May 18, 2018

Average.  Normal.  Common.  Usual.   Those words don’t usually describe someone who goes above and beyond. In and of themselves, these are not bad words.  In fact, in some ways they can be good words.  Take the word “average,” for example.  By definition it means that roughly 50% are better than you, but at the same… Continue Reading »

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Building Your Ministry Team: Selecting the Right People

Jennifer Byrd May 16, 2018

As church leaders, we cannot accomplish all that God has given us to do without a team of qualified people serving around us.  We need others to work alongside, contributing wholeheartedly to the expansion of God’s Kingdom.  Building the right team of people around us, however, is not always easy nor automatic.  It takes time… Continue Reading »

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The Curious Case of “Peter Walter”

Keith Hudgins May 9, 2018

Everyone loves a little mystery.  Mysteries engage the mind and encourage us to be creative.  Some mysteries, however, are more frustrating than helpful.  Take the case of Peter Walter. It was a normal Monday morning for the church staff as they went about the work that is typical for a Monday: entering the weekly giving, posting attendance for… Continue Reading »

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Happy (Late) National Superhero Day!

John Gilman May 4, 2018

In case you didn’t know, April 28th was National Superhero Day. While I’m not one to celebrate all of these unusual new holidays that highlight random things such as National Pancake Day, Wiggle Your Toes Day, or National Spaghetti Day, this one actually has me interested. There is certainly no shortage of movies about superheroes…. Continue Reading »

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4 Ways to Finish the School Year Well

Meredith Mahon Morris May 1, 2018

Spring has sprung, and with our calendar now reading May, most school districts only have a few weeks left! Spring break is behind us, and students and teachers are charging toward the finish line. Most aren’t in sprint mode though; it is more like limping toward the last day of school. Our teachers, seniors, students,… Continue Reading »

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Lovingly Leading the Lost: Elizabeth Baptist Uses Realm to Further Ministry

Rachel Ankers April 27, 2018

At 89 years old, Elizabeth Baptist Church embraces their community with five campuses in Georgia and more than 4000 weekly attendees. Located in Atlanta, Fairburn, Smyrna, Douglasville, and Coyers, the church is focused on lovingly leading lost individuals into a relationship with Jesus Christ and developing mature believers. Communications Director Robert Maxwell says, “When we… Continue Reading »

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5 Things to Consider to Set Seniors Up for Success

Jennifer Byrd April 26, 2018

As the end of the school year approaches, many families are both anticipating and dreading the date on their calendars that marks their high schooler’s graduation. As a parent, I fully embrace what a joyous yet bittersweet day this is in the life of a family as we celebrate the graduation of our seniors. As… Continue Reading »

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Hearing the Call for Overseas Mission Work

Rachel Ankers April 24, 2018

As church leaders, we often have church members who come to us for counsel about moving overseas to work as missionaries, professionals, or humanitarians.  Their desires are generally good ones, and their motives are generally pure.  Many times they feel they’ve heard a call but aren’t sure if it really came from God. They want our endorsement… Continue Reading »

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