Posts tagged Mind
Missional Coaching Questions from the Life of Nehemiah

Lately, I’ve been reflecting on the life of Nehemiah. He was a man who made a big impact. Quite often, missional leaders will voice their desire to make an impact in their community. When that opportunity arises in a missional coaching relationship, you can’t beat the following questions inspired by Nehemiah’s example…

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Cam RoxburghMind
Exploring Exile with Lee Beach

Canadian author Lee Beach, in his recent book The Church In Exile, helps us imagine what the hope and mission of God’s people can look like in a post-Christendom culture. Here is the first of a two-part interview with Lee on some of the points from The Church in Exile…

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Merv BuddMind
The Decision- A Parable

Carol was a persuasive woman. Her first-hand accounts of her visits overseas were stunningly and attractively descriptive. When she spoke to Jake about her adventures it captured his imagination. On cold winter days he could feel the warmth of the sun on his back as she spoke. “Why don’t you go?” Carol challenged. She was a born persuader. “You’ll never regret it…

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Merv BuddMind
The God Who Reveals: Loving God with our Minds (Part Two)

The basis of missional life is our new identity as sons and servants, and our calling to love God with all our heart, mind and strength, loving our neighbours as we love ourselves. Last week, we looked at how God reveals Himself to our minds: through the Scriptures, through the Son, and through the Spirit empowering His people…

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Cam RoxburghMind
Something Shocking

In an age where hardly anyone swims against the stream, where people seem to simply ride the cultural current of what others think and what the media pushes, it was startlingly refreshing to meet someone thinking their own thoughts unbothered to bow to what everyone else thought and did…

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Merv BuddMind