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How Christian Leaders Can Disagree Without Being Disagreeable

I'm on a blogging sabbatical working on my upcoming book. This is a guest post by Chris Lautsbaugh who lives in South Africa. He serves with Youth With a Mission (YWAM), teaching and training missionaries and church leaders. Together with his wife Lindsey, they lead and steward training programs and ministries in and Cape Town and throughout Africa. Chris blogs at www.NoSuperHeroes.com  on grace, leadership, and missions and has published a book, Death of the Modern Superhero:How Grace Breaks our Rules. You can follow him on Twitter or Facebook. "The issue is not whether I agree with someone but rather how I treat someone with whom I ...

He Giveth More Grace

Many years ago, I first heard Ravi Zacharias share the story of a woman named Annie Johnson Flint. She was a prolific writer whose poems and hymns have touched thousands of lives globally. What amazed about her was not merely the wonderful and touching poems and hymns, but also the inspiration and story behind her poems and hymns. A singular theme that ran through Flint's life was excruciating pain and suffering.  She has endured these adversity and used her writing to demonstrate to the world how God can be glorified by trials and tribulations.  "She was born in New Jersey, where her parents died when she was just 5 years old. She and ...