I misplaced the student newspapers for Stuff to Know When Cults Come Knocking, a curriculum put out by Faith Alive. Anyone have a set of these newspapers by chance?
Is it possible for Faith Alive to make ebook/kindle versions of previously published material? Good resources quickly go out of print and it seems a shame to not be able to access them in any way.
In Scripture, we see YHWH triumphing over pagan gods. Are there any books or articles that compare/contrast the various Greco-Roman gods with the ministry of Jesus?
Is this something that goes contrary to our theology or is it something that has just not been part of our tradition?
Is there a central website where those interested in CRC Leadership Development Networks can share best practices?
Our youth group is coming back from an evangelistic mission trip in New York City through NYSUM (New York School of Urban Mission) and I am looking for a book to give to them when they return.
Deacons are ordained as leaders — first and foremost as spiritual leaders. That means that their task is not first and foremost about developing better techniques, but first and foremost about seeking to develop transformed souls — within themselves and within those whom they serve.
The Chalmers Center for Economic Development at Covenant College has as its stated purpose to "Help the Church Help the Poor Help Themselves". As well as several options for those outside the US, it also offers two web-based training modules which are available either in a distance learning format or a self-study format.
Within our history there is a countering truth, that membership is the responsibility of the individual, and they should be encouraged to take an active role in the process. What do you think? Are our current practices adequate?