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T. M. Moore is dean of the Colson Center’s Centurions Program and principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe. He is editor of Colson Center's Christian Worldview Journal.

He is the author or editor of 20 books. His essays, reviews, articles, papers, and poetry have appeared in dozens of national and international journals. T. M. is a frequent speaker at conferences and seminars, and works with pastors and others in ministry to deepen and revitalize their spiritual lives and ministry skills.


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If you're able, we'd sure like to see you come to the 2014 Wilberforce Weekend May 2-4.  T. M. is speaking at the conference.

Meanwhile please don't miss the opportunity for ViewPoint Leadership training. T. M. guides aspiring leaders to effectively learn how to teach small groups using ViewPoint study guides.  Each week, T. M. produces seven daily teachings supporting one subject.

So you don't miss one article, please go to ColsonCenter.org and click on the Columns tab which will list the various articles. For instance, in InDepth, T. M. challenges Christians "exercise that mind for the purposes of eternal life."
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In this week's ViewPoint series "The Strength of the Christian," T. M. Moore discusses one of the recurring command in Scripture: "Be strong!"

If you like reading the ViewPoint sereis, please consider signing-up to become part of our ViewPoint Leaders Training effort. The training is free online, and special resources are available for all who complete it.

In this week's Worldview Bible study, T. M. is focusing on the prophet Asaph who served during a time of great prosperity in Israel. Asaph saw the community as compromised and overrun with worldliness. Since we're experiencing similar troubles, what can we learn from his observations in Psalm 74?

Make sure and read T. M.'s daily Pastor-to-Pastor blog on the WorldviewChurch.org. This week he's focusing on John Chrysostom.

 

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Is there a difference between having a little faith and having the faith of a mustard seed? T. M. answers this question in this week's ViewPoint series. If you haven't already, you might also like to sign-up and become part of our ViewPoint Leaders Training effort. The training is free online, and special resources are available for all who complete it.

While not to concentrate on evil, evil spirits still continue to roam the world and ensnare people. In this week's Worldview column, T. M. says we have to test the spirit to see if it is really from God.

Since the word doctrine sounds intellectual, many people want to leave it to the intellectuals. However, that's the wrong response. T.M. explains in this week's ChangePoint.
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{actionbar} In this week's ViewPoint, T. M. discusses the difference between "little faith," and the "faith of a mustard seed." Don't miss out on signing up for ViewPoint Leaders Training with T.M.

Don't forget, even though Jesus has won the battle, there are still skirmishes with the evil spirits.  In Worldview this week, T.M. says it's important to test the spirits.

T.M. says don't let a word like "doctrine" cow you. It simply means making sense of the world, and you should be as much your concern as an academic or intellectual. Find out more in ChangePoint.

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In the second part of a series in InDepth, "An exercise in right thinking," T. M. says that Christians have a duty in growing in their knowledge of God. In ViewPoint, T. M. encourages us to pursue God and "hear" Him through the revelation in Scripture. In Worldview, T.M. says really study the Bible and see the terrifying but gloriously wonderful things God has to say to us.

Reminder: You might also like to sign-up and become part of our ViewPoint Leaders Training effort. The training is free on online, and special resources are available for all who complete it.


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In InDepth, T.M. suggests that readers to keep their old dictionaries because it will have words and terms in it that will help express the truths of our faith. In Worldview, T.M. points out the "god of this age" might not be who you think it is. Are we functional materialists too? T. M. provides a little check in this week's ViewPoint, "An Economics of Love." Consider signing up to become part of our ViewPoint Leaders Training effort.


Please make sure to also go to Worldview Church.  You can read T.M.'s daily Pastor To Pastor commentaries along with his column Moore about Jesus.
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Colson Center Journal for Christian Worldview: In this week's Talking Points T. M. asks the question, "Do you know who you are?" This issue of Talking Points augments part three of John Stonestreet's  ReSeries "In His Image."  In his Perspectives article,  T.M. says that syncretism, trying to wed a lot of different belief systems to the Gospel, is a very, very bad idea. In this week's ViewPoint study, T. M. challenges readers to look around and discover God in the hidden things. If we'd follow the spiritual disciplines, T.M. maintains in InDepth, we, too, can learn to “think God’s thoughts after him.”

Please make sure to also go to Worldview Church.  You can read T.M.'s daily Pastor To Pastor commentaries along with his column Moore about Jesus

Finally, you don't want to miss T.M.'s weekly blog about articles he finds on the web.
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