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Edge October 2014 Top 10

Edge October 2014 Top 10

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Mike Medlin

September 30th, 2014

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Be a Peacemaker

Be a Peacemaker

Jesus spent much of His ministry tearing down barriers and building bridges. He did it through acts of love such as washing the feet of those who would fail and betray Him, eating with a tax collector everybody in town despised, and giving hope to a fallen woman that society

Joy Ferdiz

September 30th, 2014

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Don’t Act on Impulse!

Don’t Act on Impulse!

As twins go, Jacob and Esau were very different. But they quickly learned to negotiate. Have you ever struck a deal that favored you over your brother? For example, you offer him a candy bar in exchange for his expensive video game. Well, that same dynamic was at work ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 29th, 2014

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Simply Serving (5)

Simply Serving (5)

In his book ‘The Pursuit of Excellence’, Ted Engstrom writes: ‘I was cleaning out a desk drawer when I found a flashlight I hadn’t used in over a year. I flipped the switch but wasn’t surprised when it gave no light. I unscrewed it and shook it to get the batteries out but ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 28th, 2014

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Simply Serving (4)

Simply Serving (4)

Paul writes, ‘Am I now trying to win the approval of men, or of God?…If I were still trying to please men, I would not be a servant of Christ’ (Galatians 1:10 NIV). A true servant of God is content to work quietly in the shadows. They know that in heaven God will openly ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 27th, 2014

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Simply Serving (3)

Simply Serving (3)

In his book ‘Swim With the Sharks’, leadership expert Harvey Mackay writes about Philip Pillsbury of the famous Pillsbury milling family: ‘The tips of three of his fingers were missing…the unmistakable mark of a journeyman grain miller, albeit a somewhat less-than-dexterous ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 26th, 2014

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Simply Serving (2)

Simply Serving (2)

Pilate had an opportunity to acquit Jesus of any wrongdoing, but instead he called for a basin and washed his hands of the entire matter. His attitude was, ‘I’m not getting involved.’ And a lot of people have that same attitude. But not Jesus. The night before His death He ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 25th, 2014

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Simply Serving (1)

Simply Serving (1)

Bill Wilson builds Sunday schools in some of New York City’s worst areas. He has been stabbed and shot, and had team members killed. A Puerto Rican lady who could barely speak English said to him one day, ‘I want to do something for God, please.’ Bill said, ‘Okay, ride a ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 24th, 2014

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Dealing with Church Conflict

Dealing with Church Conflict

Dr Gary Fenton says church conflict is a lot like championship wrestling—not nearly as painful as it looks! As you learn to become a leader of the church, there are a few things you need to differentiate from one another: 1) Disagreement and conflict. Conflict exists when a ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 23rd, 2014

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Walk in Forgiveness

Walk in Forgiveness

The German philosopher Schopenhauer compared the human race to porcupines huddled together on a winter night: ‘The colder it gets outside, the more we huddle together for warmth. But the closer we get…the more we hurt one another with our sharp quills. And in the lonely ...

Joy Ferdiz

September 22nd, 2014

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