Category Archives: Accountability

The Right Stuff

In our last post we looked at how we are apparently able to train military, firefighters, and police officers to face situations heads on where the normal human reaction would be to run.  We even train football teams that way.  … Continue reading

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SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM BEGINS ON A HIGH NOTE

Our South African mission team arrived on Monday in Johannesburg and hit the ground running.  They began a three-night conference that very night at Roosevelt Park Baptist Church.  Last year’s team taught “Five Principles of Unity” in that church.  This … Continue reading

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Principley Speaking – Accountability and Scraped Knees

Today’s lesson on accountability features Blake Coffee discussing the concept that we each have some responsibility for each other’s relationship with Christ.  Want to know what that has to do with scraped knees?  Watch and see!

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Principley Speaking – Accountability is about Confession & Forgiveness

Our resident architect, Pete Barker talks about the 4th Principle, the Principle of Accountability.  Pete uses the concepts of confession and forgiveness when he teaches this principle.  Enjoy!

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It Is No Secret

It is amazing to me to discover how many people really think they have “secret” sin in their lives. The notion of secret sin is so foreign to our Judeo-Christian concept of God that one wonders if we really do … Continue reading

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The Parable of the Bricks

This is a popular post from Churchwhisperer.com, updated and republished. Please enjoy! By the grace God has given me, I laid a foundation as an expert builder, and someone else is building on it. But each one should be careful … Continue reading

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Forgiving is Not Forgetting

This is a popular post from Churchwhisperer.com, updated and republished.  Please enjoy! I used to have a great memory, especially for numbers, directions, and tunes.  For names and faces, not so much, but for sports trivia and other such unnecessary stuff, … Continue reading

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What’s the Opposite of Gossip?

  For me, “gossip” is a real hot button. It is the fuel that has grown most (probably all) of the church conflicts I have ever seen or heard about from the initial small conflict to the raging firestorm they … Continue reading

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The Discipline of Living in the Spirit

I have never actually sat down and watched What Not To Wear on TLC. It is, I believe, one of a hundred or so “fashion reality shows” which have captured the TV-watching world’s attention. My very limited understanding of it … Continue reading

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There’s a Difference Between Childlikeness and Childishness

In the entire Bible, there is no chapter or passage which comes up more often in the midst of church fights than Matthew 18, particularly the passage in v. 15 and following which talks about how to confront a brother. … Continue reading

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