Whatever else one may say about Paul’s logic, he makes it clear that all the credit and glory for his work belongs to God. Every person in ministry would humbly acknowledge the same truth. And yet, how often do we seek to position ourselves so that when the report, article, or book is written, we will receive significant credit for the breakthrough? We can’t seem to help wanting to take some of what should be God’s glory alone.
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- Webinar: Jesus in the Secular World #1: Understanding Global SecularizationThu Apr 18 2019, 02:00 pm EDT - 03:15 pm EDT
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by Sam Metcalf
by M. David Sills
by Harold A. Netland
by Juliana Barbassa Touchstone, 2015.
by Michael Pocock & Enoch Wan, eds. William Carey Library, 2015.
I was always the kid who avoided art class at any cost. Who would have guessed that now I would be known as the “Picture Drawing Lady?”
by Charles E. Farhadian Baker Academic, 2015.
It is recognized that the member care movement in Latin America started around the 1999-2000s (O’Donnell 2011). In this article, I would like to introduce the idea that, symbolically, we could say that as a movement, Latin member care workers are in an adolescent stage. We have a lot of passion, but we are not well integrated or mature, and we do not have a clear identity.
by Charles A. Davis InterVarsity Press, 2015.