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Written by Ed Young  
Posted on 29 May 2015
Is your church structured for success? Sadly, many churches aren’t. They go with the flow in order to maintain the status quo. But God never called us to the status quo. He called us to lead out in the world and to win people for Christ! And winning people for Christ isn’t about maintaining; it’s [...]
Written by John Maxwell  
Posted on 26 May 2015
Here's an important announcement: There is no such thing as time management.Think about it; the term is an oxymoron. Time cannot be managed. It cannot be controlled in any way. Everyone gets the same number of hours and minutes every day. Nobody—no matter how shrewd—can save minutes from one day to spend on another. No scientist—no matter how smart—is capable of creating new minutes. Even with all his wealth, someone like Bill Gates can’t buy additional hours for his day. And even though people talk about trying to “find time,” they need to quit looking. There isn’t any extra lying...}
Written by Andrew T. Le Peau  
Posted on 26 May 2015

Forty years ago the editorial department at IVP consisted ofJim Sireand me with Linda Doll working half time. We put out about twenty-four books a year. Today the editorial department consists of seve [...]

Written by Dee Brestin  
Posted on 24 May 2015
This is our last study on impacting the heart in mentoring and mothering — I know there is so much more that could be said, but we will end with a list of resources (with comments from our own Elizabeth) to help you through the summer, particularly as a mother and a mentor of children. Because this is a holiday weekend, and the video is long, I’m giving you two weeks to complete it. Then, in June, we begin our summer study! I want to close with a story about friendship and how that can impact the heart. Studies reveal we become like the five people to whom we are closest — and that is true from childhood on. I watched both our sons go through a time of rebellion in their teens, influenced, in part, by a poor choice […]
Written by Stephen Mansfield  
Posted on 23 May 2015

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