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  1. A Biblical Prescription For Racial Equality And Social Justice

    Written by Chip Tudor - Jun. 22, 2020

    The Bible prescribes a solution to social justice and racial equality. It occurs where human behavior originates and is transformed–in the heart.

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  2. Exercising Faith Over Fear Of the Coronavirus

    Written by Chip Tudor - Mar. 25, 2020

    In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, Christ-followers are calm and confident. Here’s how they exercise faith to overcome fear of the Coronavirus.

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  3. FOUR TRAITS OF A GET’ER DONE INFLUENTIAL LEADER

    Written by Chip Tudor - Feb. 14, 2020

    Get’er Done Influential Leaders use influence not authority to lead others. And they demonstrate these four traits to earn that influence.

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  4. FIVE DISTINCTIONS OF A CHRISTIAN DISCIPLE OF JESUS

    Written by Chip Tudor - Nov. 13, 2019

    A Christian disciple is a follower of Jesus Christ. Someone who embraces His teachings and imitates His life. But what does that actually look like today? Here are five distinctions the Bible conveys about a Christian disciple.

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  5. FOUR DO’S OF GET’ER DONE LEADERS

    Written by Chip Tudor - Oct. 25, 2019

    Get’er done leaders oversee teams that make things happen. Here are four “Do’s” for Get’er done leaders to help build successful Get’er done teams.

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  6. THE HEALING POWER OF ACTIVE LISTENING

    Written by Chip Tudor - Sep. 20, 2019

    There is healing power in active listening. But it takes discipline. Here are four tips to help you actively listen to another person.

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  7. Strategies For Winning The Competition Of Comparison

    Written by Chip Tudor - Sep. 03, 2019

    The competition of comparison is a silent contest. An internal mind game. Mostly kept to yourself as you seek significance. Search for meaning. And wonder how you rate on the grand scale of life. Here are four strategies for winning the competition.

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