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Scattered Seeds

By Luke Crab | May 15, 2020

If you’ve ever been in a sales job, you know about incentive trips. Before I started working at Abundant Life and helping to lead Paradigm, our Young Adults ministry, I worked in sales for a few years. I truly enjoyed my time doing what I did especially whenever the company would pay for me to go on a trip if I hit a sales goal.

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Piano Lesson

By Dr. Jeff Cox | March 27, 2020

Anxiety recently replaced depression as America’s most common mental health struggle. Dr. Jeff Cox shares some valuable thoughts on ministering to the anxious.

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Waging Warfare Through Prayer

By Pastor Phil Hopper | June 7, 2019

Prayer is essential to winning the war against Satan’s assault on our life. It has been said that prayer prepares you for spiritual battle, but I disagree. The truth is prayer is the battle.

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What is Biblical Counseling? (Part 2)

By Dr. Jeff Cox | May 21, 2019

In my previous Blog, I discussed how sometimes asking a better question can result in a better answer. Rather than ask, “What is Biblical Counseling?” I prefer to ask, “What approach to counseling best reflects the whole counsel of God?”

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What is Biblical Counseling? (Part 1)

By Dr. Jeff Cox | January 31, 2019

I get that question a lot. It seems like a pretty straight forward question. However, I have found the question to be anything but straightforward.

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Are you Building a Wall or Opening a Gate?

By Pastor Phil Hopper | January 30, 2019

Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. “Honor your father and mother,” which is the first commandment with promise: “that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth.” And you, fathers, do not provoke your children to wrath, but bring them up in the training and admonition of the Lord.

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Discovering God’s Purpose for Your Life

By Pastor Phil Hopper | January 29, 2019

God had an important role for Nehemiah, and from the beginning, Nehemiah knew he needed a strategy. He first prayed and put his focus on God. He confessed his own sin and the sin of Israel. He claimed the promises of God and made himself available to fulfill God’s plan. There was a remnant of Jews that came back from captivity with Nehemiah and together they rebuilt the wall around Jerusalem in only 52 days!

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