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3 Leadership Fallacies to Dispel So You Can Really Lead for Legacy

Like it or not, if our heart desires to serve the great call of God in our lives, then we're called to lead and liberate others into their greatness in God. 

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Are you Pursuing Prophecy? – Part 1

We're called to put Jesus first, and fulfil the calling He has for our lives. We are called to wait on God, and out of that fullness, to serve God and His people.

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Love’s Why, Really Why & That’s Why: [making your career choice based on love]

...every decision needs to be driven by God, ...by love

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When You’re Desperate For A Breakthrough and All Things New – #CHGCampBreathofNewLife2017

Believe it with us: Your glass ceiling's breaking as you call them by name. And every heart anticipating what new God can do is chorusing it loud and clear:  His love overwhelms us more than our troubles overcome us. His power bringing every late bloom to unprecedented heights of blossom as we trust in Him.

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That’s Who We Really Are: How We’ve Got a Message, a Sender, and a ‘To’ & ‘From’ Address — a sermon to remember & revisit (often)

Listening to a sermon may put you straight to sleep, or right out jolted awake! May this simple message keep your heart alight with life and awashed with vision

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How You Can Be Soft Against The Harsh & Release Courage In Your Pain Through Your Praise

I should memorise this by now: whenever we complain, we break the flow of praise, whenever we argue, we doubt the Hand that makes all the scrambled edges full.