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Leadership + Family Vacations | Part 2

In part two of this series, C.J. continues explaining seven lessons he’s learned in leading his family on vacation. See the first part here. 3. An Awareness of Indwelling Sin Don’t forget about indwelling sin. Though you are going on vacation, you would be wise to remember that sin never does. Merely altering one’s geography doesn’t subdue or sile...

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Leadership + Family Vacations | Part 3

In part three of this series, C.J. continues explaining seven lessons he’s learned in leading his family on vacation. See the first part here and the second part here. 6. Intentionally Together Family vacations are FAMILY vacations! Ultimately family vacations are about being together as a family, deepening our relationships with each other, conversing together, la...

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Leadership + Family Vacations | Part 1

  “It is a bad policy to forego the regular vacation.” Charles Spurgeon    You’ve probably seen the Walt Disney World brochure, the one where the family is capped with Mickey Mouse ears, standing for a photo op with the Cinderella Castle rising in the background skyline and exploding fireworks raining down to celebrate the conclusio...

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Building Community

Last Tuesday night the Kauflin community group had the joy of gathering with Steve Whitacre’s group for an evening of great food and fellowship at EP Tom Sawyer Park. Chad and Casey Hester administrated the event and Julie Kauflin came through with some award winning smoked BBQ. While you might think it was just a picnic, it became an opportunity for over fifty adul...

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Our Summer Study

I’m so grateful that we have the opportunity this summer as community groups to study Mack Stiles' book, Evangelism. I know few things intimidate a believer (uh, me!) more than the fears that accompany sharing the gospel. And excuses to avoid evangelism never seem far away. But as believers, we are not only saved from our sins. We are saved into mission. And there i...

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