Nathan Cedarland, Author at Saturate

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Nathan Cedarland served as an elder at Kaleo Grays Harbor, a bilingual (Spanish and English) church family in Aberdeen, WA for 12 years. He is now leading a church plant in southern Mexico and working to train up future church planters for that region. He is husband to Julissa and dad to their seven kids. In his spare time, he enjoys writing fiction, making movies with his kids, and blogging at cedarlandia.com.
LeadershipPastoringSpiritual Growth
July 15, 2020

Practical Questions to Identify Leadership Idols

  As a leader, I find my heart constantly running after new gods; the things in which I pursue greater satisfaction, greater security, and greater significance. Only Jesus can save me from such rampant idolatry. However, I must be intentional…
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ChurchFamilyLeadershipPastoring
March 28, 2019

Is Formal vs. Family a False Paradigm?

  In part one, we evaluated some erroneous views of membership and aimed at a clear biblical definition. In this second segment, we'll explore the scriptural basis for a formal membership process and see how this fits within a family/missional…
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ChurchGospelLeadershipPastoring
May 17, 2018

Four Roadblocks to Church Unity

  Rather than quarreling over our secondary differences, let us unite our resistance against the dominion of darkness and advance the reign and rule of the rightful King. Let’s start with a parable Imagine a resistance army fighting against an…
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ChurchDiscipleshipGospelLeadershipMission
November 21, 2017

Are Missional Communities the Key to Church Unity?

  Equipping believers to partner together as gospel communities and commissioning them to be missionaries in the everyday places where they already work, play, learn, and live will lead to a much more sustainable path to unity over time. In…
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