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Newsletter or Periodical
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91호, 2011년 가을

주제 : 부모가 자신의 자녀가 장애을 갖고 있음을 알때, 많은 사람들은 하나님이 그 아이들를 사랑하도록그들에게 주었다고 생각하지만 슬퍼합니다. 이번 장애물 헐기는 장애를 갖은 아동을 양육함에 중점을 두었습니다.

Disability Concerns
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Back to the Basics

It's the fall again when ministries tend to kick off. Here are some things to think about whether you are a member, leader or coordinator of small groups. I thought it would be valuable to recycle this article.

Small Groups
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3 Keys to Keeping Kids on Track

Imagine a room full of wide-eyed kids, amazed by the stories of Scripture; activity, variety, and discovery choreographed seamlessly into a lesson that captures the imagination and inspires! Consider these ideas for keeping your kids engaged and focused right from the start.

Children's Ministry
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Lifelong Learning

Many a young pastor leaves the seminary eager to pursue a life in ministry. Why, then, do so many face debilitating stress after just a few years of service, while others flee the profession before middle age? 

Pastors
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Living with Mental Illness

During the week of June 5, 2006, a door was closed somewhere inside my mind. My eyes acted like a video camera. From time to time I talked to the screen like I was part of the scenery, yet I knew I was not an actor of any consequence. I was way back behind the last row seats, just watching.

Disability Concerns
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Dad's Psychosis

My father loves life and likes to laugh. He enjoys being with people and talking with anyone who will listen to his jokes and stories. When my father experienced a frightening psychotic episode in 2007, our family went into collective shock.

Disability Concerns

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