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Spiritual Spring Cleaning

While you're cleaning your house, invite God to clean your soul. Here's how.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • April 17, 2008 |
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Counting the Cost of Discipleship

Three ministers were having a friendly dinner when the subject of martyrdom came up. What would it be like if they were actually called upon to give up their lives for the faith? Would they do it?

The Magic and Myth of 18

5 Ways to Help Your Kids When Your Marriage is in Trouble

What can we do when our marriage is crashing against the rocks and our kids are watching? Here are five God-shaped guidelines...

Costly Substitutes: The Price of Family Fragmentation

The costs of a decline in healthy marriages are not limited to the children. As one expert wrote, "Divorce and unwed childbearing create substantial public costs, paid by taxpayers."

The Potter's Hands

We are - quite literally - pottery.

Men & Christian Friendship: It Won't Just Happen on its Own

The Bible speaks about friendship and male leadership and iron sharpening iron... and we are either purposefully choosing or unwittingly failing to make bonding and sharpening a priority.

A Life of Worship is Something We Do

"In the final analysis we learn to worship by worshiping."

In Pursuit of Community: What Can We Do?

What hinders community is not a weakness of the institutional church and its leadership but rather the radical individualism of its members.

Pope's Visit Highlights Evangelical-Catholic Differences, Similarities

As Pope Benedict XVI visits the United States, the Southern Baptist Convention's 16 million members and North America's 75 million Catholics agree on some doctrinal matters... but not all.

When Christian Leaders Do Wrong

Has someone you respected let you down? Did you learn your mentor has feet of clay? I'm writing this to those who feel confused and disenfranchised by religion.

Symbiotic Accountability: Paul's Recommendation to Thessalonian Men

Spiritual independence is an oxymoron. The key word here is moron. God's man is designed to live interdependently with another brother.

Bad News is Everywhere, but the King is Coming!

Even if the days are getting darker, that's okay, because God is doing eye surgery right now on the body of Christ. He wants us to see with His vision.

Obama’s Functional Faith

The news media and political pundits have been dissecting the now infamous comments of Sen. Barack Obama in which he told a group in San Francisco that hard economic times explain why some people cling to religion, guns, and certain political convictions.

God is and God Has Spoken: Tips for Bible Teachers/Preachers

Should the Sunday morning sermon be designed primarily to reach lost people or teach Christians?

U.S. Watchdog on Religious Freedom Urges China Not to Repatriate North Koreans

U.S. watchdog on religious freedom urged China on Tuesday to stop repatriating refugees to North Korea, where it said returning asylum seekers are often tortured in an effort to suppress Christianity.

It's All In The Mind?

My bride and her female co-conspirators often forward silly e-mails that point out the unique qualities of men. My only defense is that the grey matter of the average male truly is different.

When Dreams Come True

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but when dreams come true, there is life and joy. (Proverbs 13:12) Life is full of both the devastation of unrelenting disappointment and the wild joy of dreams coming true...

When a Little Bit Becomes More Than Enough

Feeling like you've had a lot taken from you this Tax Day? Consider the principle that God often taps the poor to help the dirt-poor so He can miraculously lavish blessings on them both.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • April 18, 2008 |
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Remembering Charlton Heston

I am sure that when many heard of Charlton Heston's death, they felt a part of their own lives had passed along as well. He was, as many have written, a cultural icon.

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