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How You Can Make This Next Year Great

http://socialactionnet.com/?fistawka=sites-de-rencontres-avec-tchat&a9c=a9 I believe one of the most important tenants of being a Godly man is a man who plans and executes. I love what Proverbs 16:3 says, “Commit to the LORD whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.” God wants us to have plans and He wants to be a part of them.

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Are You Merely “Lawful” Or Are You “Helpful” In Social Media?

We can do social media for God’s glory, if we’re using it rightly, and rightly may not be as easy as simply “preaching at” people. A well known bit of scripture, not originally about this, can easily be applied to our social media and the way we connect, or don’t, to people in our circles.

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Real Struggles & Godly Wisdom In Romantic Relationships – #HoldFastChats

With love in the air, we thought this would be a good month to talk all things relationships with a focus on the romantic — dating, sex, purity, and marriage! Brew your best cup of coffee, have your questions ready, and let’s discuss relationships with some of the guys on Saturday morning! View it here!

Love: The Most Important Flavor In The Fruit Of The Spirit

The greatest commandments. The first fruit of the Spirit. Love. But are we loving as God actually commanded us to? What does it mean to truly have “love” as a fruit of the spirit? How does this play out in our lives? Nolan examines some key Bible verses that help us begin to understand what this really looks like.

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Is God For Us Or For Himself? Yes.

Have you ever wondered why God has gone to such great lengths to save mankind and build his relationship back with us? We hear that he “loves us so much” and he’s “obsessed with us” but also that “all is for his glory!” So which is it? Is he all about us or himself? Which is right? Can they both be? Lance examines some scripture and reasoning that will help you figure this out.