Joshua Nations Blog Posts

Unfriendly Fire
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Lindy Böhmer

(Un)Friendly Fire

“Let love and kindness be the motivation behind all that you do.” 1 Corinthians 16:14 There’s a saying I’ve heard for a while… “The Christian army is the only army in the world that shoots its wounded.” This statement may not be 100% accurate if you want to get legalistic… but that is my point!

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Elohim
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Zoe Garland

Elohim

I have been studying the names of God lately – this week I studied “Elohim.”  Elohim means Sovereign Creator. It is the first name used in the Bible for God. In studying creation, you can notice one thing. When he created something, he spoke it and then it happened. When we look at other ways

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The Art of Making Desciples
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Villy Böhmer

The Art of Discipleship

For those of you who know me know that I am passionate about disciple making. Making disciples is hard work you have to get your hands dirty spiritually speaking. You have to spend time with people day in and day out. You have to spend time with those who are loveable and those who might

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Zane Miller

Spirit Sensitive

How do we honor the Holy Spirit? Do we honor Him fully in all aspects of our lives?` There is one area where I have a burden that I don’t know how to communicate well enough or have the right words to say, I’m sure that these thoughts and my heart could be twisted or

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Kevin Tripp

Love Thy Neighbor

If you are familiar with Joshua Nations, you have very likely heard or read numerous references to the Great Commission – and for good reason too! The Great Commission, as recorded in the 28th chapter of Matthew, are the final words of our Savior to His Disciples; the capstone teaching of his time on earth

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Anna Holland

You need more yeast in the air

My mom was known to everyone in our church and community for her hospitality and skills in the kitchen. It would surprise many who knew her that she did not learn to cook until after she married my dad. The women in my dad’s family were all of American pioneer stock. They baked their own

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