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March 23, 2017

What I’ve Learned About Leading A Ministry

Nick Bethea joins the Cross Church School of Ministry from Georgetown, South Carolina. He is participating in the Children’s Ministry track. For some, this could be viewed as quite a heavy topic. There are many respected, faithful pastors who have been immersed in vocational ministry for decades that could list off hundreds of leadership principles [...] MORE

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March 7, 2017

Living Sent

Hayden Thomas joins the Cross Church School of Ministry from Ladonia, Texas. He is participating in the Pastoral Ministry track. What does it mean to “evangelize?” Have you ever wondered if you were doing it right? How do you actually “disciple” someone? I often think about these questions. It can be difficult to understand how [...] MORE

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April 9, 2016

Where dreams fall short

Today’s guest blogger is Nathaniel Bettcher. If you had told me a year ago that I would currently live in Arkansas, I would have thought you were joking. Frankly, if you had told me I would be doing anything other than fulfilling my goal of being a professional musician, I would have thought that you [...] MORE

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March 24, 2016

Three Keys to successful Public School Campus Ministry

Today’s guest blogger is Hayden Summerhill. Hayden joins the Cross Church School of Ministry from Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is studying Student Ministry. The public school campus has become one of the hardest places to carry-out ministry. For one, public schools are wary of any sort of religion having a place on their campus. Also, administration, [...] MORE

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March 21, 2016

The Divine Mandate for… Apologetics?

Today’s guest blogger is Jeffrey Dockall. Jeffrey is from Shawnee, Oklahoma, and is studying Student Ministry. There is little controversy when the declaration arises that all Christians have been commanded by Jesus to spread the Gospel through local and global missions. The mandate arises from several passages, but Matthew 28:18-20 and Acts 1:7-8 are easily [...] MORE

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