Telescope Vol 4

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God told Abraham to look at the stars to see his descendants. The death of a stellar system creates the raw materials for the birth of new stars and planets. God sometimes allows the old things to become obsolete so that the new can be triggered into existence to sustain a new phase of life.

This is true for local churches and networks alike. Often we see galaxies merging and momentum being formed as people with gravity slingshot those who received their anointing. With this in mind we peer into parts of the galaxy where new orbits of training for believers are formed.

We see the effect of abiding in sustainable pathways of relationship with Jesus, revealed in the testimonies and see new converts growing. To develop believers we investigate tools such as executive coaching to find the solution within, and new resources are reviewed that will ensure believers reach their full potential in Christ.

To be formed like Jesus is, in essence, to understand His inner configuration and to be modelled after him.

Enjoy the view of the spiritual vistas in this 4th edition of the Telescope!

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God told Abraham to look at the stars to see his descendants. The death of a stellar system creates the raw materials for the birth of new stars and planets. God sometimes allows the old things to become obsolete so that the new can be triggered into existence to sustain a new phase of life.

This is true for local churches and networks alike. Often we see galaxies merging and momentum being formed as people with gravity slingshot those who received their anointing. With this in mind we peer into parts of the galaxy where new orbits of training for believers are formed.

We see the effect of abiding in sustainable pathways of relationship with Jesus, revealed in the testimonies and see new converts growing. To develop believers we investigate tools such as executive coaching to find the solution within, and new resources are reviewed that will ensure believers reach their full potential in Christ.

To be formed like Jesus is, in essence, to understand His inner configuration and to be modelled after him.

Enjoy the view of the spiritual vistas in this 4th edition of the Telescope!

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God told Abraham to look at the stars to see his descendants. The death of a stellar system creates the raw materials for the birth of new stars and planets. God sometimes allows the old things to become obsolete so that the new can be triggered into existence to sustain a new phase of life.

This is true for local churches and networks alike. Often we see galaxies merging and momentum being formed as people with gravity slingshot those who received their anointing. With this in mind we peer into parts of the galaxy where new orbits of training for believers are formed.

We see the effect of abiding in sustainable pathways of relationship with Jesus, revealed in the testimonies and see new converts growing. To develop believers we investigate tools such as executive coaching to find the solution within, and new resources are reviewed that will ensure believers reach their full potential in Christ.

To be formed like Jesus is, in essence, to understand His inner configuration and to be modelled after him.

Enjoy the view of the spiritual vistas in this 4th edition of the Telescope!