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Refresh Challenge – My Future. My Choice

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 6, 2016 by mavunite

When it comes to sex, are we acting in ignorance or do we understand the consequence of our choices?

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We live in an over-sexualised society, and I believe our biggest problem today is our ignorance to the fact that our choices today will affect our tomorrow. We have separated what we do today from the life we live tomorrow. And this ignorance has resulted in stories of regret, confusion and pain. When it comes to sex, are we acting in ignorance or do we understand the consequence of our choices?

Today, we’re going to look at a story in the Bible of a man who was hugely successful, but one day made a choice that Continue reading

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Refresh Challenge – How You See Determines Who You Become

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , on February 14, 2016 by mavunite

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Your experiences shape your perception. Your perception defines your attitude. Your attitude directs your actions. Your actions determine your destiny. Simply put, how you see determines who you become. Read Luke 19:11-27.

In this reading, we see three employees working in the same condition. One gives 1000% return, the second creates 500% return but the third doesn’t even attempt. What distinguishes the last worker from the first two? Continue reading

RefreshChallenge – Opportunity Of A Lifetime

Posted in Mavuno Sermons with tags , , , , , , on February 7, 2016 by mavunite

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Would you read the sections on politics, lifestyle, sports or perhaps you would read the stocks pages to know where you should invest. Given a chance, many of us would select the stocks section. This could be the opportunity of a lifetime. Who in their right mind would pass up a guaranteed opportunity at success?

As we start a new year, some are optimistic that this is the year they get their big break. There are those who are rather pessimistic – they’ve gotten tired or cynical of waiting for their big break. Then, there are pragmatists who believe Continue reading

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