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Are Weddings No Longer Sacred?

As a Christian, I wonder what God’s perspective might be about today’s wedding extravaganzas. According to CNN, the average cost of a wedding soared to $26,327 in 2005...

  • Sharon Hanby-Robie |
  • April 04, 2008 |
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Teen Girls at Risk

A recent study by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that at least one in four girls between the ages of 14 and 19 nationwide is infected with a sexually transmitted disease...

Loving Others Well

The love that Jesus talks about is not a passing or temporary emotion. Rather it’s a choice, a decision, a commitment, an action. In order to love others in the same way that Jesus loves us, we must learn how to love the Lord, and then how to love ourselves.

Become a Wife of Goodwill

After seventeen years of marriage, I can look back and say that it was my job to love my husband, Paul. Not to change him...

Should the Church and its Ministers be Controversial?

No matter what you say or write, there is no controversy until someone does not agree with you.

International Organizations Call for Religious Freedom, Global Prayer for China

Several key organizations that work with the persecuted church around the world have launched a global campaign calling for prayer for China.

The Cemetery Evangelist

The story of how the truth of the resurrection turned one grieving widow into a force for God's kingdom.

  • Charles R. Swindoll |
  • April 02, 2008 |
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The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment

Written by a leading evangelical blogger, The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment is an uplifting, scripturally grounded work that explains the need for discernment, its challenges, and the steps that will cultivate it. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Rediscovering Sabbath Rest

Rest was woven into the fabric of creation. And what we find as we take time off from the rhythms of work is—as the old Hebrew saying goes—not that we keep the Sabbath, but that the Sabbath keeps us.

Preaching on Sensitive Subjects

Study: Muslims to Outnumber Catholics in Britian within 10 Years

The increasing influence of Islam on British culture is disclosed in upcoming research.

Discipline and Your Teen

Recreating Magic in Your Marriage

Can you remember the rush of feelings you had when you first met your mate? Over time, however, the magic dissipated...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 28, 2008 |
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What I'm Learning from Single Parents

Whether by death or divorce, being a single parent carries with it a unique experiential perspective that cannot be fully understood unless you are one. And from that unique perspective, there is much single parenting can teach all parents...

Obama, Rev. Wright, and a Dubious Political Theology

Senator Obama’s “A More Perfect Union” speech was political rhetoric at its finest. While skillfully denouncing the words of his pastor and spiritual mentor, Barack Obama left intact a tacit endorsement of the philosophical worldview that fuels the incendiary rhetoric of Rev. Jeremiah Wright.

Human Rights Group Releases Report on Anti-Christian Violence in 2007

A report documenting the high rate of religiously-motivated violence against Christians in India during 2007 has been released by Christian Solidarity Worldwide.

Happiness or Misery - You Choose

Much of your success is decided in advance - or "arranged in your mind." Circumstances will never determine your amount of happiness...

Mother's Loss Draws Her Close to the Christ of Calvary

It's an expectant mother's worst nightmare: “Your baby’s condition is usually incompatible with life..."

Greater than Diamonds

The diamond is considered the nearest thing to "priceless" that we can possess. It's a nice thought, but it isn't so. If fact, according to the Bible, it isn't even close.

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