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Jesus on HR

Paul E. Miller | November 17, 2021

In modern business terms, Jesus was a movement leader with twelve staff that needed to be recruited. Most leaders are quick to acknowledge that recruiting good staff is challenging. Let's watch Jesus do HR work -- and manage by prayer.
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Resurrection Guaranteed!

Jon | November 11, 2021

As the training for a group of leaders in Arizona was coming to a close, one of the senior leaders asked me two questions that hushed the room: “Where do you think the American church will be in 50-100 years?... Is there any hope?”
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The Descent of Love

Paul E. Miller | October 22, 2021

Do you anticipate a somewhat turbulent Thanksgiving or Christmas? The J-Curve is no guarantee of smooth skies (in fact doing the work of love often makes them bumpier) but it can steady you and bring the joy of fellowship with Christ into the darkest of places.
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Jesus’ Gift of Honesty

Liz Voboril | July 27, 2021

In the midst of a hard season with a friend, our Director of Communications, Liz, had an epiphany: Don't flee from the truth, welcome it. Since then, she's been immensely helped by watching how Jesus "does" honesty in "The Person of Jesus" study's second unit, "Honesty."
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Getting Honest About Honesty

Liz Voboril | July 19, 2021

Julie Courtney, our Developmental Editor, has taught "The Person of Jesus" material for over 30 years, and she has been using her extensive knowledge of the material to update it for release as five individual studies including the second unit, "Honesty."
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Becoming Human Again

Liz Voboril | July 1, 2021

Catching a vision for how Jesus lived as a human is a central theme in Paul Miller’s original "The Person of Jesus" study, and one that Robert Row, Student Ministries Coordinator and author of the new study, sought to draw out in the student edition.
J-Curve: Dying & Rising with Jesus in Everyday Life
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The Many J-Curves of the J-Curve

Michele Walton | June 29, 2021

My heart is full of worship and thanksgiving when I see how God has allowed the many J-Curves of the "J-Curve" over the past 15 years to overflow now into his Church as comfort.
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The Missing Person of Jesus

Paul E. Miller | March 22, 2021

We’ve studied how to fix the bad (redemption and salvation), but we’ve not studied this beautiful thing we are supposed to all become: Jesus. So we don’t have a clear sense of what it is to be human.
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Jesus and Tribalism

Paul E. Miller | September 10, 2020

America is infected with tribalism like never before. “What would Jesus do?” seems simplistic, almost trite, but I can’t think of a better time than now to reflect on that question.