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  • facebook But, what is considered too much? They're about to announce the lottery numbers. They need to accept your invite and once accepted you can start networking with them by sending messages, pictures, videos, etc. If you have long thread on some of your status, you can access to all comments and rejoice yourself by reading them. Some men are like mascara, they usually run at the first sign of emotion. Instead, you are asked to pay the price that is defined by the market, or other advertisers of similar category. The approach of transaction in any of the mentioned commercial schemes is usually similar.Read more

    Emphasize passionate spirituality. "Step One: Love God with your whole heart, and your neighbor as yourself." Transformational ministry begins as we submit our whole lives to God as instruments of Christ's love (2 Cor. 8:5). Faith without works is dead (James 2:20); activity without devotion is hollow (1 Cor. 13:3). So integrate prayer, theological reflection, and worship at every step. Bottom line: transformation is God's work.

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  • Tenth Memorial Baptist Church: Effective Ministry Partnerships

    "Whenever you partner with anybody, make sure that their mission and their objective complement yours, so that you don't get absorbed or side-tracked by what somebody else wants to do," advises Rev. Bill Moore. This is particularly essential when churches undertake to collaborate with government.

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  • Life in Christ Cathedral of Faith and Media Presbyterian Church: Forging an Urban-Suburban Partnership

    For thirteen years, inner-city pastor Dickie Robbins prayed for a cross-cultural partnership. He participated in several joint church projects, but each one fell through. In one case, he befriended a white pastor who offered to help Life in Christ start a food ministry. The partnership ended, however, when the member of the Anglo church who coordinated the program died, and the person's church stopped supporting the ministry. The partnership had never become central to that church's vision.
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    Many churches that undertake a community assessment do the study, write the report, file
    the report, and forget about the report. But a community study is not information for
    information's sake; it is gathered for the purpose of equipping the church to share the good
    news of the gospel in word and deed. Keep this goal in mind. If you allow your study
    committee to get bogged down in statistics or overwhelmed with details, you will end up
    with "paralysis of analysis."

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