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Hmong Christians Killed, Imprisoned in Crackdown in Laos

Vietnamese, Lao forces searching rice paddies and mountains and shooting on sight.

Girls Gone Mild Reveals a Return to Modesty

For every girl who's bought into the cultural myths about sexuality, there's another who is refusing to go along...

Expecting the Worst

The belief that humanity is basically good has been reinforced by psychiatrists, counselors, even religious leaders. The problem is that we have this pesky thing called guilt.

Eternity Written on Our Hearts

God has called us to be a people of destiny. We have a longing in our souls because eternity has been written in our hearts ...

Men in the Muddle: Navigating the Confused State of Manhood

Co-existing with the ideal standard of biblical manhood is conventional manhood which, over the last decade, has been changing faster than Clark Kent in a phone booth.

Korean Killed in Afghanistan Dedicated Life to Serving Others

Afghan convert to Christianity thanks South Korean church for its sacrifice.

New Study Finds even Pastors are 'Too Busy for God'

Sixty percent of believers around the world find life too hectic to schedule time with God.

The Early Christian Church; An Unstoppable Force for God

Like a tornado or a tsunami or a stampede, "unstoppable" is the word that comes to mind when you look at the early days of the church.

Turtle Rescue a Lesson in Gratitude and Attitude

When I simply do the right thing for one of God's struggling creatures should I expect anything in return? What is my reason for helping others?

Think Biblically, Discover Globally, Impact Eternally

How can we expect to impact not only our culture but the nations if we cannot or will not think biblically?

"Churchianity" Revealed

There is a lot of religious garbage in our so-called conservative and evangelical churches, wrote the late Vernon McGee.

  • Dr. J. Vernon McGee |
  • July 28, 2007 |
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If They Pay You to Speak, is it Ministry, or Business?

When it comes to ministry and money, there is not a one-size-fits-all answer.

Elfstrand Affirms Manhood with 10 Passions of a Man's Soul

Why do we have this problem in our culture, that guys never grasp that they belong in the fraternity of men? The author of a new book on male passions spoke with Crosswalk about manhood.

Perceive Your True Identity in the Lord

In order to be who God wants us to be and serve in the way He created us to serve we must first discover just how important we really are to Him.

Divine Intention Exposes Today’s Church

Larry Shallenberger’s Divine Intention takes aim at today’s church. Part fictional, part devotional, it looks at where we are and where we have to go. It examines the early Christian church of Acts, and holds it up as a mirror to contemporary churches.

About Tolerance and Faithfulness

Only in the area of faith do we take out our brains, suspend judgment, and come to foolish, fallacious conclusions that all faiths are the same, all equally good, all to be respected and honored.

Responding to "Green Politics" - Conclusion

There is a "false pretension" manifested in the global warming debate that demands an intelligent and informed response from the Church because, on one level, God’s moral authority is at stake.

From Hotel to Home: Creating a Haven for Your Family

I have found that many of the things that we find ourselves arguing about, or frustrated by, can easily be eliminated with little changes in the way our homes function.

  • Sharon Hanby-Robie |
  • August 01, 2007 |
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Breaking Out of Marital Limbo

Dear Dr. David: My husband and I are separated, but not divorced yet. I have apologized for my part in all this and asked if he would come back home and go to counseling. He said ‘no.’ Yet, he still calls from time to time...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • August 01, 2007 |
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22 Ways to Learn During the Summer

Summer is well under way by now, and if you're like most parents, you've probably heard the oft-repeated phrase "I'm bored" just a few more times than you'd like. Wouldn't it be great if you could break the cycle of boredom and help keep your kids' minds active and learning at the same time? Check out these tips...

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