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Visions of the Coming Days 
by R. Loren Sanford

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R. Loren Sanford, within his sober reflection, reveals the heart of the Father and the hope of glory for the body of Christ. With clarity and piercing biblical insight, he helps believers understand what is to come, and he gives practical advice on how to prepare spiritually--for the events that will unfold and for their role in all of it. Foreword by John Paul Jackson   


 

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Coaching Young Leaders
By: Dan Reiland

Coaching young leaders is one of the most rewarding things anyone can do. I recently had lunch with six young college students who are summer interns at 12Stone® Church. I was impressed. They are all sharpies! Kevin Monahan our Next Gen Pastor, arranged this lunch as an informal time where the interns could ask me any leadership or ministry question they wanted to ask. They needed no prompt for questions, they were ready to go!  

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Four Obstacles To Our Faith
By: John F. Lofton

 Mark 8:14-21

God takes no pleasure in them that draw back, withdraw, run and/or quit. Faith causes us to stick with God in the midst of problems. Quitters have a track record of dysfunctional episodes. What obstacles are causing you to run from God? What people are convincing you to capitulate to their paradigms? What circumstances are causing you to acquiesce to a down spiral of emotional instabilities? 

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Ten Commandments Of Handling Conflict

By: John Maxwell

 "I love mankind - it’s people I can’t stand.” Charlie Brown, in Charles Schulz’ timeless comic strip, “Peanuts”

Charlie Brown had a point: relationships with other human beings are wonderful – in theory. In reality, they can be difficult and messy. But nothing determines our success in life as much as our ability to work with other people. And nothing is messier in relationships than dealing with conflict. But I believe there are both constructive and destructive ways to approach it. Here are my top ten responses:

 

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