|Subject:||Practical Ministry Innovations|
|Date:||Wed, 09 Jan 2002 09:25:40 -0500|
| January 8, 2002
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Guest Columnist, Paul Borthwick: As lights shining in the darkness, God uses us to point the way for people who are without Christ and seeking direction. He uses us to reveal the moral and spiritual decay of our society. He uses us to dispel the fear and hopelessness that has captured our world.
Guest Columnist, Alan Nelson: The better we are at creating a customer orientation, the more effective we'll be at fulfilling the Great Commission and giving people what they need.
Columnist, Dr. John C. Maxwell : While some of us are more predisposed to procrastinate than others, most people suffer from the affliction in some form or another.
Guest Columnist, Doug Dees: I am convinced that Job's attitude was, "Father .whatever you need, I am here for You." So I think he knew of the prayer, prior to Jabez's praying it. Is that your prayer?
Guest Columnist, Shane Nixon: I was probably 7 or 8 when I realized the fact that some words in my Bible were in red for a reason. Bible publishers have long been putting the words of Jesus in red; guess it just took me a while to figure it out.
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