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  • At Least One Follower  PRO

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 9, 2009
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     | 840 views

    AT LEAST ONE FOLLOWER A father was filling out an application form for his daughter who was seeking entrance to a very exclusive college. He came to the question on the form which asked whether the applicant was a leader. In honesty he wrote, "No, but she is a good follower." The application ...read more

  • The Love Is The Difference

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 9, 2009
     | 1,065 views

    THE LOVE IS THE DIFFERENCE Edward Perry wrote an article entitled, "Where are the People?" It is a summary of his findings on why churches lose or gain members. He concluded that the "key is how people do or do not nurture and support each other in the local congregation." He says, "We ...read more

  • Many, I Am Afraid, Think That Being A Christian ...

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 9, 2009
     | 780 views

    "Many, I am afraid, think that being a Christian is primarily just a personal individual thing, like something that will benefit me. Even a church can be a very selfish venture if it is meant only to enhance the members. A congregation is not a religious club run for the benefit of the members." ...read more

  • Simon Finds Him And In Effect Says, "Master, ...

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 7, 2009
     | 475 views

    Simon finds him and in effect says, “Master, let’s get this show on the road, for everybody wants a piece of the action.” But Jesus knew that they were after him for the wrong reasons, for the glory of the miraculous, not for the message of the Kingdom of God. He responds, as Phillips ...read more

  • I'd Play For Nothing.

    Contributed by Dale Krueger on Feb 7, 2009
     | 723 views

    "I'D PLAY FOR NOTHING." Ernie Banks, the great baseball player, once said that if the management only knew, he'd play baseball for nothing, he loved the game so much. His enormous salary did not compel him to endure the work to earn it, but the game itself was so enticing that the love of it ...read more