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The Hub: Friday, January 5, 2024

Posted January 05, 2024

by Madison Luc

Welcome to our top story findings of the week, on today’s issue of The Hub.


1. RESHAPING THE CHURCH: “Living Quietly Is More Important Than ‘Doing Big Things For God’” by Dale Chamberlain


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This article from Kainos Project, titled “Living Quietly Is More Important Than ‘Doing Big Things For God,’” encourages Christians to reassess their vision of the Christian life for the new year. Chamberlain reminds readers that Biblical heroes only represent a small portion of godly believers, and even they had to wait before God fulfilled His plan for their life. “God is moving. He always has been. He always will be. Just not always in the ways we thought,” Chamberlain writes.


2. EDITORIAL: “24 New Year Prayers and Blessings to Start 2024 with Hope” by Christianity.com Editorial Staff

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This Christianity.com article, titled “24 New Year Prayers and Blessings to Start 2024 with Hope,” suggests ways Christians can enter the new year with a revived faith. The article includes prayers of thanksgiving, guidance and renewal. In “A Prayer to Keep God First This New Year,” Debbie McDaniel writes, “We pray for your Spirit to lead us each step of this New Year. We ask that you will guide our decisions and turn our hearts to deeply desire you above all else.”


3. RESHAPING THE CHURCH: “For KING & COUNTRY Star's Wife Freed from Agony of Anxiety Attacks and Addiction: 'God Is Healer'” by Joseph Stallings

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    This article by CBN, titled “For KING & COUNTRY Star's Wife Freed from Agony of Anxiety Attacks and Addiction: 'God Is Healer,'” celebrates the work of God in Courtney Smallbone’s life. After suffering from a debilitating illness, Smallbone continued to have PTSD from the experience and overused a medical prescription to stabilize her mental state. Turning to God, Smallbone overcame her addiction and testifies to His mighty power to heal.

    Although every Hub article is selected to foster discussion about modern church structure, not every idea and opinion expressed in the linked articles may fully align with the views and mission of Koinesúnē Magazine. All the same, we seek to uplift and celebrate the different ministries working around the globe.

    Check back next Friday for the next Hub article!