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- ‘4 Keys of Families Growing Together in Jesus’ Sermon series
This series comes from Pastor Rolly Stahl. It draws together principles (FAITH 5 and 4 Keys) of faith incubation and Child in our Hands. Rolly has made available his sermons, power points and song selections and prayers.
Faith Inkubators founder and Chief Creative Officer Rich Melheim interviews a strange collection of ecclesiastical change agents, futurists, international ministry leaders, writers, musicians, and artists he calls friends.
Faith Inkubators USA Head to the Heart Director Monty Lysne interviews members who have found success using Head to the Heart. He also interviews experts in youth ministry.
What is this icon? - This is an RSS web feed icon.. If you use a "Feed Reader", you can click on the icon above to subscribe to individual blogs or podcasts.
What is a Feed Reader? - A Feed Reader can gather news and information from all over the Internet. The reader will deliver and sort it in one place. The development team for Google Reader compared a Feed Reader to an in-box for your favorite sites on the Internet. If you still aren't sure what RSS feeds are all about, check out this 3.5 minute video demonstration from CommonCraft.com.
What Feed Reader do you recommend? - There are many quality Feed Readers out there and they all have their positives and negatives. You can find feed reading capabilities in Internet Explorer, many of the new Microsoft Office applications, Apple's Safari browser and more.
Our current favorite Feed Reader is the free "Google Reader". Google Reader has a number of great features that allow you to easily organize and skim through your personalized news from the Internet. If you tend to read a lot of blogs or news sites on the Internet, a Feed Reader can be a great time saver.
What is this icon? - If you use iTunes to organize your podcast subscriptions, you can click on this icon above to subscribe via iTunes.