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How many of these traits are characteristics of your church?
With the recent immigration problems at the border, what does the Scripture say about how God views children? What should be the response of the church to this issue?
As I soon found out, leadership in the real world is complicated, contextual, and hard. To grow beyond my theories, I had to immerse them into real organizations with real people and real problems.
Trevin is right on in this article, for years I taught a weekly Sunday School class and then transitioned into bi weekly preaching at a church plant. As I reflected on this article, I am reminded of these joys.
Asaph, the author of Psalm 78, convincingly argues that God’s people must know and share their stories of redemption. In the seventy-two verses of the Psalm, he demonstrates how far astray God’s people can go when they forget his mighty miracles and wonderful deeds. Right in the middle of the Psalm, Asaph reminds us of the surest hope of a forgetful people—our God never forgets to be merciful. Let’s look at how it breaks down: