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The Joy Of Early Christianity

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Get in the joy convoy & out of the anger traffic jam

Christians should be leading a joy convoy, not following anger’s decoy. You can’t be mad and glad at the same moment. Why not embrace Christ’s joy, instead of your anger? Joy gives us the power to follow the path of … Continue reading

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Let “The Joy Of Early Christianity” be your happy place!

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If your faith isn’t fun, this can help

There’s too much discouragement and depression today. Faith without works (and joy) is dead. If your faith isn’t fun, this can help. Happy hour? O happy day? Joy unspeakable and full of glory? There was incredible joy in early Christianity. … Continue reading

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Is there too much agreement in church?

Passive agreement is overrated and often bland. Connecting with people heart-to-heart is much more powerful and fulfilling. Social media trains people to be interactive while church continues to insist on keeping people passive and silent. However, when most of the … Continue reading

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Flee, Fly, Flow, Fun — The 4 Fs of Faith

Flee, fly, flow, fun (not fee, fi, fo, fum) are the 4 Fs of Faith! Flee — “Flee youthful lusts.” You have to run from temptation, not hang around it! Fly — “They shall mount up with wings as eagles.” … Continue reading

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