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Gene Wilkes: The Key to Godly Character

  • May 30, 2012

Listen as author and pastor Gene Wilkes answers the question: What is the key to godly character? Wilkes  also addresses the topic of studying his latest book as a group; he wrote the small-group / book club guide for Character: The Pulse of a Disciple's Heart. In Character: The Pulse of a Disciple's Heart, Gene Wilkes and Norman Blackaby present an array of biblical case studies that illustrate how God shapes us into His likeness and how He can…

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Norman Blackaby: Character Crisis in the Church

  • May 22, 2012

Results over character. Production over purity. The ends justify the means. Sure, we expect this thinking from the world. But has this ethos slipped into the church? Author Norman Blackaby says certainly it has. What can be done? Listen as the coauthor of Character: The Pulse of a Disciple's Heart addresses this critical concern. Authors Gene Wilkes and Norman Blackaby write: "Biblically, character is defined by the quality of our intimate fellowship with God. In our relationship…

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Gene Wilkes: Defining Character

  • May 17, 2012

Listen as pastor, teacher, and author Gene Wilkes defines character from a biblical perspective. Learn why he believes character determines if we will live out God's full potential for our lives. In Character: The Pulse of a Disciple's Heart, Gene Wilkes and Norman Blackaby present an array of biblical case studies that illustrate how God shapes us into His likeness and how He can use us to accomplish His plans. You'll learn how God worked in…

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Norman Blackaby: King Manasseh and a Biblical Approach to Character

  • May 14, 2012

Listen as Norman Blackaby presents insights on character from the life of King Manasseh. How far does God's mercy extend? How far-reaching are the consequences of our sin?  (This case study is a *bonus* not included in his latest book: Character.)  Norman begins the podcast by addressing why character should be addressed from a biblical perspective. In Character: The Pulse of a Disciple's Heart Norman Blackaby and Gene Wilkes present an array of biblical case studies…

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Wanda S. Lee: Shining Light in Dark Places

  • April 27, 2012

God has been and is now at work around the world. Whether it's bringing healing and hope into the Balkans or fighting the multifaceted monster of human exploitation, God is using His people to bring about His purposes. Listen as Wanda S. Lee shares about issues facing the church today and about a memorable experience she had in Sarajevo. For more stories, please read The Story Lives On. In her latest book, Wanda Lee, executive director of national WMU®, provides story after story…

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Wanda S. Lee: Our Stories Bring Hope in Christ to Those in Need

  • April 25, 2012

Our stories matter. That's Wanda S. Lee's message in this podcast and in her latest book, The Story Lives On. Why do our stories matter? As Christians, our stories matter because they testify to God's redemptive power. In The Story Lives On, Wanda Lee, executive director of national WMU®, provides story after story of individuals and groups, both past and present, who are having impact for Christ in places of human hopelessness. A free teaching guide is…

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Mary Snyder: Great Girlfriend Adventure Update from New Mexico

  • April 23, 2012

Author, speaker, and adventurer Mary R. Snyder gives us an update on her weekend at the Grand Canyon. This podcast is part of her Great Girlfriend Adventure, a tour of historic Route 66, which began on April 12 in Oklahoma. She's been through Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona, seeing sites like the Grand Canyon, the Wigwam Motel, and Cadillac Ranch. Today, April 23, she leaves beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico, on her way to the famous…

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Mary Snyder: Great Girlfriend Adventure Update from Arizona

  • April 19, 2012

Author, speaker, and adventurer Mary R. Snyder gives us an update from her Great Girlfriend Adventure, a tour of historic Route 66, which began on April 12 in Oklahoma. She's been through Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. Today, April 19, she leaves Pinetop, Arizona, makes a stop on the corner in Winslow, and ends up in Williams. Tonight she plans to stay at the Canyon Motel in a caboose. Don't miss her livestreaming from there tonight at…

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Taylor Field: Staying in Ministry and Measuring Success

  • April 17, 2012

Listen as pastor Taylor Field (Graffiti Church, New York City) talks about envy, staying in ministry in difficult places, and measuring success. This is the third in a trilogy of podcasts on the subject of upside-down leadership. Listen to previous New Hope Digital podcasts here (search by "Taylor"). Sign up via iTunes. Taylor Field's latest release is Upside-Down Leadership: Rethinking Influence and Success. In this book, Field challenges readers to flip conventional thinking on leadership upside down.…

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Taylor Field: Antiprinciples for the Unleader

  • April 13, 2012

Listen as pastor Taylor Field (Graffiti Church, New York City) discusses a few of his leadership antiprinciples, such as "don't just do something, stand there" and "get off the cutting edge." The interview concludes with some of his thoughts on maintaining integrity as an unleader. Taylor Field's latest release is Upside-Down Leadership: Rethinking Influence and Success. In this book Field challenges readers to flip conventional thinking on leadership upside down. He offers 10 principles, or antiprinciples, of his…

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