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Election Year...The Temptation Of Power

Presidential Election 2016

Here we are once again in the middle of a Presidential race trying to make sense of all the promises and commitments made by the candidates. Each one is doing whatever it takes to convince us that they are the best man or woman for the job of leading the most powerful and influential nation in the world. As a Christian and especially as a pastor, I’m aware that there are not only secular aspects and issues involved when it comes to electing someone to this office, but there are also spiritual issues at work. Let me explain. (Please be patient!)

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A Big Thanks!

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A BIG THANKS

I want to take this time to thank each and everyone who attended and served at our Ignite Leadership Conference this past month. It was a huge success and it hit the mark on Discipleship with all of the workshops, teachings and preaching that took place.

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Ignite Conference 2015

Ignite Conference 2015

IGNITE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

July is around the corner which means we are preparing for our annual IGNITE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE. We will be hosting IGNITE beginning on July 14th thru 17th at the Felix Event Center on the Azusa Pacific University Campus. The theme of IGNITE this year is “Discipleship…What’s Next?”

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Praying For Israel

 

Pray For Israel

PRAYING FOR ISRAEL

I recently read a story about Queen Victoria and her Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli. It took place during the late 19th century. Queen Victoria asked Prime Minister Disraeli the following question:

"Mr. Prime Minister, what evidence can you give me of the existence of God?"

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You Never Know

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You never know when our actions will speak louder than our words. Sometimes they will both be put to the test. It usually happens when we least expect it.

We should always be on our best behavior and follow the example that Jesus set for us. Now that’s typically not too difficult to do, especially when we’re around church people, co-workers or schoolmates that we associate with during the day or week. At least it shouldn’t

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