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Pruning
January 22nd, 2022
I don’t often use my blog to share concepts from others, but at the moment I am reading an excellent book called “Necessary Endings” by Henry Cloud. The premise of this book is that “today may be the ...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Change the World
January 15th, 2022
Increasingly my heart beats faster with the idea that Jesus Christ wants to transform the world. In some circles to say such a thing has become a powerless cliché. For many of my early years as a beli...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Community MATTERS!
January 7th, 2022
Few things in life give deep, abundant joy. Most of them occur after moments of great sacrifice and selflessness. However, God has reserved one special joy for all who know Him. In the Church, we call...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Renew Them in Our Day!
January 3rd, 2022
As we begin a new year, I'd like to offer you a simple prayer to pray. One verse that can change everything. Wouldn't it be amazing if God would do again what He has done before?This prayer was first ...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Pray Bravely in 2022!
December 22nd, 2021
Sometimes, just sometimes, I have the faith to pray prayers bigger than what I think could actually happen. But I want to pray bigger and bold prayers more often. I confess that all too often my praye...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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The GIFT that Keeps on GIVING
December 18th, 2021
One of the favorite verses of one of my favorite Christmas carol's is penned in the forth verse of "In the Bleak Midwinter". The song asks;"What then can I give him, poor as I am,If I were a Shepard, ...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Make a Statement!
December 10th, 2021
Have you ever noticed how many statements we make at this time of year? We make statements on what we value and is essential through numerous different mediums. One of the great ways we have tradition...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Favorite Carols
December 4th, 2021
It has become a tradition of mine that in the Advent season, as a part of my devotions, I will read through the lyrics of some different Christmas Carols.  I realize that so much of my Christmas theol...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Give Him my All?
November 24th, 2021
One of the favorite verses of one of my favorite Christmas carol's is penned in the fourth verse of "In the Bleak Midwinter." The song asks;"What then can I give Him, poor as I am,If I were a shepherd...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Invisible Blessings
November 21st, 2021
Many distinctive components separate Christian leadership from leadership within a secular organization. The servant attitude, our bottom line (people!), and the fact that we exist for those not part ...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Thanks
November 13th, 2021
Gratitude matters. As he sits down to dictate this letter to his Christian brothers and sisters at the Church in Colossi, you can almost see the Apostle Paul scanning through the rolodex of his mind a...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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Be Like Daniel
November 6th, 2021
There are heroes and spiritual fathers on every page of scripture - people whose example not only reveal to us the nature of God but challenges us to become more like him. I have recently been studyin...  Read More
by Andy Searles
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