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Dancing on the Grave of the Church

But, is George Barna dancing alone?

Results from Landmark Pew Forum Survey on Religion in the U.S.

Study shows most detailed estimates to date of the size and demographic characteristics of religious groups in the U.S., and finds that religious affiliation is very diverse and extremely fluid.

Saving Yourself for Marriage

Saving yourself, as I define it, means that you save more than just sex. You save other special things like kisses, touches, and "I love you's." It may sound old-fashioned, but can you imagine the feeling of joy you'd have if you knew that your spouse had not even kissed another person?

Loving as Jesus Christ Loved the Church: Being a Godly Husband

I always thought Paul's words in Ephesians - when he wrote that husbands are to love your wives just as Christ loved the church - were a lovely little metaphor and a nice goal to shoot for but I did not believe it to be possible. Until I met Bob...

The 'Easy Life' has a Price

When you give up the challenges of life in pursuit of "security," you may give up your freedom.

Ministry Matters: Worship Team Wisdom

  • Phil Christensen |
  • February 28, 2008 |
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The Expository Method

"It is, perhaps, an overbold beginning, but I will venture to say that with its preaching, Christianity stands or falls." – P.T. Forsyth

Raul Castro Named Cuban President; Any Change for Christians?

Raul Castro, 76, has been unanimously selected to succeed his brother Fidel as leader by Cuba's National Assembly after Fidel Castro stepped down last week after nearly half a century in charge.

America's Most Sinful Cities?

Give Forbes magazine credit for giving this challenge a try: ranking America's cities by the populace's propensity to commit the traditional seven deadly sins.

Experience God’s Love Closer than Your Skin

You know the Bible says that God is love, and you believe it. But do you experience His loving touch in your life every day?

Has God Called You? Discerning the Call to Preach

Though all Christians are called to serve the cause of Christ, God calls certain persons to serve the Church as pastors and other ministers. Wondering if you're one of them?

They Love Jesus; They Don't Like the Church

This appears to be a growing sentiment among many younger Christians in America today. They love Jesus but they want little to do with His Church.

From Homer to Paul: The True Measure of Manhood

Biblically speaking, we can conclude that the mantle of manhood calls men to lead the charge in caring for creation, honoring God's commands, and loving one's spouse. A lofty ideal, but what does that look like?

Discovering God's Will

Does He really have a master plan for our lives? If so, can it really be discovered?

God Lite: The Idolatry of Reduction

In Exodus 20, the Israelites are commanded to "not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below." What does this have to do with us?

Submitting Your Married Life to the Lord's Timetable

Mother-daughter writers Tobi Layton and Deborah Raney revisit times in their marriages when they were called to yield their schedules to the Lord.

  • Deborah Raney & Tobi Layton |
  • February 22, 2008 |
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The Differences Between Men's and Women's Brains

Once you understand how differently God has designed male and female brains, you can learn how to use those differences well in your marriage.

Is It Time to Change Jobs?

While changing jobs and companies may be intimidating, keep in mind the options that provides...

How to Speak About God When He Hurts Us

The book of Lamentations is the heart-cry of Jeremiah when he and his people were being hurt by God, and by their enemies, and by their own sin. How he speaks of this divine hurting shows us some of the various ways we may speak about God in our own pain.

All the Time, God is Good

When the chips are down and the enemy is hot on our heels, that's when what we really believe comes out.

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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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