Today’s thought “… and from sexual immorality” (May 5)

Today’s thought “… and from sexual immorality” (May 5) There is a very interesting link between our three readings today. The early church has a crisis meeting to decide whether the new Gentile converts should be expected to keep the Law of Moses. Leaders including Paul, Barnabas, Peter and James participate in, what we would… Read More Today’s thought “… and from sexual immorality” (May 5)

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Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

Absurd thoughts and big mistakes, plus wrong ideas about Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students or Dismantling of the wrong view concerning Christadelphians and Belgian Bible students In continuation of An attitude taken to those who attack us and other Unitarians showing how Mr. Dave Norris mistakenly takes us and the Belgian Bible Students for other… Read More Sayings about Christadelphians and Belgian Biblestudents debounced

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Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18)

Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18) Yesterday we could see in his letter to the Thessalonians that Paul could find encouragement by the believers there of which he had many positive things to say, rather in contrast to the Corinthians. Though it appeared that there were also those in Thessalonica who were… Read More Today’s thought “When in need of encouragement” (May 18)

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Today’s thought “Ability to see that God is not dead” (May 12)

Today’s thought “God is not dead” (May 12) Being able to live makes us also being able to think, handle and for this handling we must make choices. Therefore we do received the ability to choose between good and bad. Moses was also put before many choices and did not always have it easy to… Read More Today’s thought “Ability to see that God is not dead” (May 12)

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Overcome division with core values

Originally posted on Wisdomforlife:
Conflict management 101 “Virtually all theorists of conflict management agree that parties to a conflict must share larger or ultimate values in common as a basis on which to resolve their differences.”  (Hugh Halverstadt, Managing Church Conflict, p. 212). Two important examples Two areas that significantly disrupt unity are differences in giftedness effecting…

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