Author Archives: Elizabeth Manley

If Talking Is A Skill, Then It’s Mine!

Skills are inherent, innate, gifts from God. Before our creation God has enabled us with a set of skills that we are to use for his glory and to further the Kingdom. Just because skills are supposed to be utilized … more »

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Commanded to Rest

Rest. I am unsure if today’s culture even understands what rest means. I know, at least, that my personal definition is skewed. In Deuteronomy 5:12-15 God commands his people to do one thing: rest. Any and all people and animals … more »

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Missio on Just Economics: Angry

Nehemiah got angry. He got angry when he heard the outcry and words of the people. Often in Christian circles, anger is seen as a sinful emotion. Sometimes it seems that any emotion outside of joy, happiness, and trust is … more »

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Missio on Bezalel and Oholiab: If Talking is a Skill, Then it’s Mine

Skills are inherent, innate, gifts from God. Before our creation God has endowed us with a set of skills that we are to use for his glory and to further the Kingdom. But just because skills are supposed to be … more »

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Missio on Joseph: How Do We Fundraise?

Without fundraising, non-profits cannot exist. Generally, it seems like a good thing to donate money to an organization that you believe is a worthy cause. People willingly giving their money is completely understandable, but I work in fundraising, and asking … more »

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