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  • n. Plural form of equipper.


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  • Perhaps church leaders are being called to be more the equippers, facilitators and servants than the spokesmen.

    The new cultural revolutionaries

  • Indeed, the biblical paradigm of spiritual leaders as shepherds, mentors, and equippers definitely appears to be “an idea whose time has returned!”

    They Smell Like Sheep Volume 2

  • So God has filled the body of Christ with many potential equippers, besides those who are named as elders or shepherds or other Christian leaders, to help care for and mentor the needy sheep.

    They Smell Like Sheep Volume 2

  • Now, as far as we are able to judge, it seems to be admitted that the Alexandra was intended for sale to the Confederate States; and, that being so, what have her builders and equippers to say for themselves.

    The Alexandra

  • There is a LINK 2000+ that is a data link mandate that's coming into Europe that will be in effect I believe, if my memory serves me correct, please don't hold me to this, around 2013 and the Europeans are offering an incentive to early equippers of that and so we may actually see some acceleration in data link equipage in Europe as a result of this impending mandate coming up there. Home Page

  • "Time after time groups are telling us about the breakthroughs they're experiencing as they change their focus to 'equip the equippers.'"


  • In any case, the shepherd with a heart for spiritual formation among the people of God will be intentional, continually expanding the circle of mentors and equippers by equipping others to mentor and equip.17 Such shepherds will always be scouting for faithful people into whom they can invest their lives, with a view to these people becoming under-shepherds—some of whom may eventually become full-blown shepherds, even if that happens five to ten years down the road.

    They Smell Like Sheep Volume 2

  • In a few words, the real matter in issue seems to be that the Crown lawyers found themselves mainly, if not altogether, on the intent with which vessels are equipped for one set of belligerents at war with another set with whom we are at peace, and the understanding between the equippers and the agents of the party for whom they are working; while, on the other hand, the case of the owners of the Alexandra is made to depend on the nature of the acts by which it is alleged that the law has been broken.

    The Alexandra


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