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12 Months to a Better Believer…

I am starting a new mini-series that will extend throughout 2011 at NCC:  12 Months to a Better Believer.  We will be taking a 3-5 minute segment each Sunday to focus on three different areas:

12 Months to a Better Believer

  • Conversion
  • Conviction
  • Convictions
  • Contentment
  • Connections
  • Conversations
  • Confidence

12 Months to a Better Marriage

  • The Expectations of Marriage
  • Love and Marriage
  • Unity in Marriage
  • Values and Marriage
  • Reconciliation in Marriage
  • The Service of Marriage
  • The Mind of the Marriage
  • The Language of Marriage
  • Communication in Marriage
  • Balcony Conversations
  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • The Intimacy of Marriage

12 Months to a Better Family

  • Identity
  • Discipline that Develops
  • Legacy
  • Character Building
  • Education
  • Meta-Conversations
  • Letting Go: Family Commissioning
  • Values, Vision, Mission

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