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Why Leaders Need Accountability

Why do our leaders keep failing? Are any of us really designed for fame? How do we make sense of leaders, especially in the Christian community, abusing their power and hurting others so deeply?

Whether we’re in the spotlight or not, we all have the potential to deceive and be deceived. So how do we ensure that we don’t fall into the same traps that have brought down so many others? On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil Tuttle draws from his own experience as the leader of a ministry to talk about the importance of setting up a system of accountability. He shares personal and even painful examples of how surrounding ourselves with a loving, honest community of believers keeps us focused on what matters.

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The Foundations of Your Temple

Every temple that man has built will one day be torn down. However, on this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through Ephesians to learn how we can set our foundations on something eternal.

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Be Thankful for Our Differences

In this week's episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Phil Tuttle takes us through Galatians to remind us to see the blessing of different opinions while remaining focused on what should unify all believers—the Gospel.

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Choosing Thankfulness

On this episode of WALK THRU VOICES, Michael Gunnin takes us through 1 Corinthians to see how Paul responds to the church in Corinth, a church who was engaging in a multitude of troubling, sinful behaviors. And yet, Paul still begins his letter to the Corinthians by thanking God for them—and we can follow his example.

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