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“A Vision For Culture-Making” a podcast by Dr Tim Keller

What happens when you take the gospel out of the church into the world of work? Do we work to live, or live to work? Is there any ancient wisdom to be found in the Bible as to how to approach work in a modern world? In this podcast, Dr Tim Keller will explore how…

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Managing Your Money During Uncertain Times

The pandemic has put many people on financial edge, whether through job loss or a significant decrease in business revenue due to lockdown measures. Managing your money wisely given the uncertainty and anxiety caused by COVID-19 has never been more important. An experienced public accountant and author, Deborah Pegues sheds light on the emotional and…

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Using Kindness To Open Doors In the Culture

Regardless of what is happening around us, we should show kindness. How can we better love God and better love others? Biola University President Dr. Barry Corey sheds light on the Bible’s definition of kindness and describes how Christians can more effectively practice kindness in their daily lives. Kindness is one of the fruits of…

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The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry by John Mark Comer

“The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: Silence and Solitude” A video tutorial by John Mark Comer Many of us live and grow up in a culture of speed. But according to John Mark Comer, this frenetic pace of life can come with a huge price tag. In his book, “Ruthless Elimination of Hurry: How to Stay…

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“The Restful Burden” a podcast by Dr Tim Keller

Living in a rapidly changing world where constant demands are placed on our time and attention, it can be difficult to accept the simplicity of the Gospel message as summed up in Matthew 11:28-30. As Dr Tim Keller unpacks in this Gospel in Life podcast, the promise offered by Jesus to find rest in Him…

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7 Leadership Principles For the COVID-19 Season

COVID-19 has exposed many fault lines and rather than hide and hope we can get back to the old ways of doing things, there presents new opportunities from this crisis, that if we are willing, will set our organisations on a course of action that will bring greater fruit for the Kingdom. Jossy Chacko has…

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Surviving and Thriving in Disruptions by Gary Mulquiney

Are we living in a watershed time? If we are, how should we respond as Christians in a world that is quickly becoming unrecognisable to us? Gary Mulquiney, a ministry coach and pastoral supervisor, explores the resources that are available to Christian leaders to help navigate this COVID-19 season that looks to be ushering in…

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Finding God Through Art by Makoto Fujimura

Through using the Japanese Kintsugi technique, artist Makoto Fujimura creates artworks that have brought healing, hope and restoration to those who have spent the time observing the many layers of his paintings. Referred to by N.T Wright as the “accidental theologian,” Fujimura shares how he came to create beauty through art by understanding and accepting…

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Facing Your Shadow by Pete Scazzero

As many of us are realising, a global pandemic can do wonders for bringing the flesh to the surface. Whether it’s a tendency to get anxious, blame or an unhealthy addiction, our shadow side or as the Bible calls, “the old self” can start to cause deep damage to ourselves and the people around us….

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Minimalism, Spirituality and Why it Matters by Joshua Becker

It’s a simple message. There is more joy to be found in owning less than we can ever find in pursuing more. Unfortunately since the day we have been born we have been told the exact opposite. Many people in the West find themselves in this rut of earning, spending and getting into debt. Joshua…

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