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Women In Leadership

Today we talk about being a woman and attaining leadership. Women, leadership? These are already conflicting terms in many climes. There are two principal areas where conflict in respect of those terms are prone to arise, because first, culturally, as a woman you are not expected to lead & religiously the woman is expected to …

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The Entrepreneurial Woman

Does a great idea necessarily translate to a good business? Today we will do a short synopsis on women and entrepreneurship. So you have a good idea that you are all ‘gung ho’ about? You have a business plan that attracted more than one investor, financials looking enviable, admin, HR and operations all perfect. In …

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The Truth About Imperfection

We’re all careful to appreciate the outer beauty but no one imagines the issues within. ‘The truth about Imperfection’ is that it is a natural feature of us all but we overcome depending on our faith. Trisha, like many of us, thought more of taking care of her outward beauty rather than the inward. We …

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The Kingdom Puzzle

Many Christians have not been able to fully comprehend the magnitude of their new life in Christ & His kingdom. Most of us seem caught up in the Puzzle of the Kingdom of God, there is a lot we still don’t know or understand about it. It is the reason we have “apostasy” of all …

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Extraordinary Children

Abraham Maslow propounded human hierarchy of needs theory, he focussed on fulfilling innate human needs in order of priority. By Maslow’s Theory, human needs begin with the basic physical to the non-essential intangible needs. Everyone of us humans have needs. Our needs are divided into the physical & emotional. Our physical needs are met by …

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Stewardship of God’s Assets

An asset is a useful thing or person with economic value that an individual or organizations owns or controls with expectation of future benefits. God wants us to be stewards of our Time (Eph 5:16), and physical body he has given to us. What is time? Time is the limited period during which an action …

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Stewardship In The Family

Stewardship is carefully, responsibly & wisely managing something entrusted to your care as a caretaker. There is nothing we have that we were not given by God, so God expects faithfulness in all He has committed to us (Ps 24:1). Giving is an external testimony of your faith that God owns all things & He …

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Stewardship In Finances 2

Last week we started on the place of our stewardship in our finances. We continue on the topic today. God expects our stewardship in the support of Church projects because it is part of the reason for His blessings. God said Israel would get whatever they wanted from the Egyptians, it later happened as God …

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Stewardship In Finances

We started a new discussion on Stewardship last week which we defined as ‘servanthood’. To hold in trust for the owner. So a steward waits in service to the owner of an item. Therefore we are stewards of God’s grace & resources. You don’t own anything. God owns everything. You don’t own your life, money, …

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You Are A Steward

A steward is a person entrusted with the care of another’s property. But biblically, a steward is a servant (Luke 12: 42-43). God created us to use our lives, talents & skills to serve Him. Even Jesus, when amongst us acted as a servant (Luke 22: 27). Jesus’ energy was focused on the Father’s business, …

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