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“Nobody succeeds beyond his or her wildest expectations unless he or she begins with some wild expectations.”

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The Making of an Entrepreneur

A 26 session program beginning on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, the Jr. Achievement Company Program Blended Model unlocks the innate ability in students to solve problems or fill a need in their community through an entrepreneurial spirit. Who is invited: Teenagers, 8th - 12th Grades What to Bring: Your unique perspective, life experiences all business […]

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Call and Mission

Jesus gave the first disciples direction to heal and witness to the “Lost” people of their shared community. Attachments Call and Mission, April 7, 2019 (71 kB)

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Called to Discipleship

When Jesus called His first disciples, they responded by leaving their routine work to follow Him. Attachments Called to Discipleship, March 31, 2019 (70 kB)

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Calling to Salvation

Luke artfully sets up the encounter with the tax collector soon after Jesus told a parable to some of the religious elite as an answer to those who looked down on others. He compared the prayer posture between a Pharisee and a tax collector (Luke 18:9-14).

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Calling the Lost

Affirm how it can be easy for the ungodly to lose their way without Christ, accept that God’s love is all-embracing and unconditional to all who come to Him, and appreciate giving and receiving undeserved grace

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A Costly Call

This week's Sunday School Lesson is a must for growing Christians.  Entitled "A Costly Call", we will be studying Mar 1:16-20 and Luke 14:25-30. Jesus challenged His followers to count the cost and recognize the consequences of discipleship. By this lesson we will:  Summarize what Jesus said about counting the cost of being His disciple; Appreciate how […]

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KASSERIAN INGERA

Among the tribes of Africa, few have warriors traditionally more fearsome or more cunning than the Masai of Kenya.  It is perhaps surprising, then, to learn the traditional greeting among Masai warriors. One warrior would always say to another, “Kasserian Ingera,” which, in Swahili, means, “Are the children well?” It is still the traditional greeting […]

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Freedom Schools Overview

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The Limiting Factor Concept

Our mentoring program is developed around the Six Staves of Character. These Staves of Character are based on the Limiting Factor Concept. Our program will provide individual growth, broaden foundations and create added systems towards community building.

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