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The Esther Effect, pt. 4

Perhaps the most amazing thing about the Book of Esther is there is no mention of God, but He is everywhere. And, He is in control. 444 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 3

We do not ascend to reign alone. That is, to think about just us, speak about just us, place value on just us, or act to serve just us. 270 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 2

Esther’s model relies heavily on God’s timing, and encourages alertness and consistency in reigning. Our “shake-and-bake” (or quick, fast, hurried) approach to Scripture causes compression in the events of her story ( 387 more words

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The Esther Effect, pt. 1

Esther is not the model for the overachiever. She represents self-confidence, not personal effort to overcome inferiority complexes. Reigning in life as Christ’s ambassador means impact — His through us, not our own works. 259 more words

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The Biblical Role of Women Part I

The foundation of this series (Parts I-III) is primarily gleaned from the great insight and study of Dr. Skip Moen and his book Guardian Angel: What you must know about God’s design for women.

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The Most High's Role for Women

Invisible Women

One of the biggest stories to captivate entertainment headlines this year has been the emergence of Lupita Nyong’o. Her Oscar winning performance as Patsey in 12 Years a Slave catapulted her to the forefront of the public eye. 819 more words

Social Issues

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Monday Night Meditation

So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life—your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life—and place it before God as an offering. 90 more words

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