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Preaching on Homosexuality: Taking the Road Less Traveled

The Christian's task is to radiate God’s love so as to eclipse the artificial love found in homosexuality.

Did Jesus Support Capital Punishment?

Many Christians believe that faithfulness to the ministry of Jesus requires them to oppose capital punishment. Is that true?

Fight or Flight? Weighing Your Instincts Against God's Word

When faced with a difficult choice, you’ve probably heard this advice: “Oh, just go with your instincts” or “Your instincts are never wrong.” Well, I beg to differ...

Risk

Kenny Luck’s Risk is for men who are ready to go to the next level in their faith–and ready to say goodbye to playing it safe when it comes to radically trusting their Savior. Read an excerpt from Chapter One: Inner Turbulence.

The Blueprint for Happiness

Do you want to be a happy person? Live God's way. Do you want to be an unhappy person? Live your own way.

Supporting the Troops - And Their Children - This Memorial Day

For a genuine example of truly supporting the troops, few expressions are as innovative and moving as a new book by Kathleen Edick and Paula J. Johnson, titled, "We Serve Too! A Child’s Deployment Book."

Hope in the Rubble: More to Remember this Memorial Day

Natural and manmade disasters have torn at our hearts in recent weeks. While Americans often have their own struggles that come with having plenty, others are struggling with having nothing.

An Evangelical Manifesto: Timely or Timeless?

The unveiling of "An Evangelical Manifesto" has caused no small stir among those whom we might readily identify as the religious right.

Should We Invade Myanmar?

As international aid shipments are seized or sit because they have so far kept their borders mostly closed to outsiders, we have to ask ourselves a very serious question: Just how many lives have to be at stake before it’s no longer possible to hide behind the flimsy excuse that we are honoring the emaciated abstraction of national sovereignty?

Sticking Around: Lasting in Youth Ministry, Part II

My tenure at the church I am serving at has resembled a love affair, and I wonder if that isn’t the case with some of you.

"Unless You Come as a Child..."

Hans could not come to God as a man — his heart had grown too hard. So he came as a child.

Knowing God: Conditions and Consequences

We need to understand what the promise of the Christian faith is, because at present, there is a certain amount of confusion concerning what Christianity is all about.

How You Can Live the Lord's Prayer

Jesus gave us much more than just a model prayer. He gave us a statement of how to know God's heart.

Young, Restless, Reformed

What makes today’s young Calvinists tick? In Young, Restless, Reformed, Collin Hansen investigates the Reformed resurgence among young evangelicals, talking to the leading pastors and theologians of this growing movement. Read an excerpt from Chapter One: Born Again Again.

Sticking Around: Lasting in Youth Ministry, Part I

Too many youth ministers last two or three years at a church, then move on to the next... and the next...

Finding True Love in Christ

We All Need Somebody to Lean On

Without support from those around us, we tend to be less willing to try new things or go down non-traditional paths.

Getting Caught Off Guard

God’s man is duty bound to integrate the intel God has provided.

How One Woman Built a Church that Lasted

Want to change the world? Simple acts of kindness, done in Jesus' name, can do that. Ask Dorcas.

“Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones…” Words Can Break My Heart

We all know that words can break our hearts. The Bible puts it this way: “The tongue has the power of life and death, and those who love it will eat its fruit.”

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