6 Reasons to Start a Soul-Winning Small Group

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1.  Small group ministry is the Biblical way “And they, continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, did eat their meat with gladness and singleness of heart, praising God, and having favour with all the people.  And the Lord added to the church daily such as should be saved” (Acts 2:46-27). Acts …

Perspective

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I was never one for puzzles. As a child, it always amazed me how much entertainment my brother and cousins could get spending hours categorising little pieces into colour groups. The edges. Corners. Yellows here, greens there. After campaigning for alternative activities, to no avail, I’d try my hand at helping create the masterpiece. “Look for the details. Each piece is like a …

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The Makings of an Acts Experience

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It began in December during GYC 2011. We were sitting in a conference room in the Hilton, having been called together to hear some news. Thando was telling us that GYC would be partnering with our conference to promote a special initiative. “The plan is to knock on every door in Charleston, West Virginia this year. Aren’t you excited?” Honestly, …

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Revolution Underway: Memorizing Acts

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We are always inspired to hear of young people doing radical things for God throughout the year.  This post features one such endeavor. It started so small. Just two women and one idea so radical I pinched myself wondering if I was brave enough to own it too. In the simplest terms, The book of Acts: 28 chapters, 1,007 verses, 24,308 words—in 300 days. It …

It's No Sacrifice

It’s No Sacrifice

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Three days walking. Six perilous hours on a boat. Two nights sleeping outdoors. I was on the bus, en route to Tanzania, listening intently as Ama recounted her experience traveling to an unentered mission site in December 2011 with three other young adult missionaries. They had left home, school, and work, sponsoring themselves to minister to a community in dire …