Barber Clippings

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I finished more than thirteen years (thirteen years, ten months) with the Berry's Chapel church of Christ April 1, 2007....

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Discussion Guidelines # 13

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Discussion Guidelines # 12

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Discussion Guidelines # 10

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Discussion Guidelines # 10

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Discussion Guidelines # 6

[...] better any those of anyone else. But I wouldn’t learn very much. 11.  Will we settle group business in the group or will we get in small groups afterwards and talk about each other? Polarizing [...]

Discussion Guidelines # 8

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Effective Evaluation

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Effective Evaluation

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Expectations of Evaluation

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Expectations of Evaluation

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Discussion Guidelines # 11

[...] and an opportunity to teach and give others permission to analyze themselves in the group process. 22. Will we agree to try to apply these Biblical principles to ourselves before we try to & [...]

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Discussion Guidelines # 13

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Discussion Guidelines # 10

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Discussion Guidelines # 11

[...] most difficult.  I often say it is hard to keep everyone in the room during a class or group session.  I want to jump out the window and bring in a friend or an enemy who needs to hear this [...]

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Discussion Guidelines # 8

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