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Perkins: Religious Right Still a Force in Politics

Radio host and columnist Frank Pastore interviews Tony Perkins, former Louisiana legislator and president of the Family Research Council the media's perception of politically active Evangelicals.

Are You Stuck in a Bad Work Situation?

I see people who got a glimpse of what a better life could be and yet they got trapped in their own version of the movie Groundhog Day – where they simply repeated yesterday, over and over again.

Fear No Evil: Shining God’s Light on the Forces of Darkness

In Fear No Evil? Shining God’s Light on the Forces of Darkness, Steve Russo provides you with the biblical tools necessary to battle Satan's evil forces, and he points you to the true Source of power. Read an excerpt.

What Does the Bible Tell Us about Heaven?

Up until the very end of the Bible, we know almost nothing about what heaven will be like...

Hillary Clinton and the Wearing of Faith

More than once, Senator Hillary Clinton has blasted conservative Christian politicians for wearing their faith on their sleeve. This was a curious accusation given that it is leveled by a politician who in the two months prior to the November 2000 election visited 27 New York churches, where she took the pulpit to quote Scripture and exegete its hidden message: vote for Hillary.

  • Dr. Paul Kengor |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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A Shocking “Confession” from Willow Creek Community Church

Willow Creek released the results of a study on the effectiveness of their programs and ministry. The report reveals that most of what they have been doing for these many years is producing numbers, but not disciples.

End Times for Evangelicals

A New York Times article places a finger on the pulse of evangelical Christianity regarding the real and growing divide between generations of evangelicals in terms of emphasis, spirit and method.

  • James Emery White |
  • November 02, 2007 |
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1 Corinthians 13: Wisdom for Choosing a Good Spouse

If we’re wise, we will diminish the “love is blind” syndrome by comparing our own behavior and our potential spouse’s behavior to the characteristics of 1 Corinthians 13:4-8.

  • Kathy Collard Miller, D. Larry Miller |
  • November 02, 2007 |
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Are You Controlling Your Teen Too Much?

Handing over some control is essential to fostering maturity in your teen.

The Prayer Every Mother Must Pray

Fortunately, Jesus never tires of our neediness. Nor did He tire of the pleading of the relentless mother...

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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What are We Singing: Trading My Sorrows

When we sing this praise song, are we saying "Yes, Lord, yes" as in "hot dog!" Or are we saying, "I give up, it's yours, I trust you with this, Lord"?

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • November 01, 2007 |
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Reformation Day

On October 31, 1517 an obscure monk named Martin Luther, desiring to spark theological discussion over the medieval practice of selling indulgences, nailed his 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. After that day, Luther was no longer obscure and the world has never been the same.

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • October 31, 2007 |
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Is God Judging California?

No more does our President order natural disasters to devastate Democratic strongholds than God unleashes His wrath upon stereotypically sinful cities like San Francisco with the 1989 earthquake, New York with the terror attacks on 9/11, New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina or a region like Southern California with raging wildfires.

Coaching Corner: A Measure of Joy

How much joy are you experiencing in life these days? Your answer will reveal much about whether you are pursuing the life you were made for ... whether you are living in alignment with your deepest God-inspired values and identity.

  • Michael D. Warden |
  • October 30, 2007 |
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Your Ordinary Life Can be Extraordinary

Here’s how you can cooperate with God to make your ordinary life extraordinary.

Why Some Evangelicals are Throwing Out Birth Control

Writer Barbara Curtis shares how she and her husband made the decision to forgo artificial birth control and discusses why other Christian families are increasingly choosing a similar path.

Is Your Church 'Money Savvy'?

As a pastor or lay leader, your ministry work may keep you so busy that you don’t pay much attention to your church’s finances. But without solid money management, none of that work would be possible.

How to Confront the Culture

It's become popular for church leaders to refuse to confront sin in an effort to make the "unchurched" sinner comfortable. But when we take the whole gospel to people, it's amazing to watch God's Word transcend the culture—and every false religion—to change lives.

Who is the Servant of the Lord Depicted in Isaiah 53?

Four important passages known as "Servant Songs" show us how to understand the Messianic task of Isaiah 53's Servant of the Lord.

  • Compiled by D. Pyle |
  • October 26, 2007 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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