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'Come Away': The Practice of Seclusion

Do you wish you could turn off your schedule, only to find that it keeps you looping around in a frenzy of activity?

Episcopal Priest, Practicing Muslim -- Same Thing, No?

Seattle's Rev. Ann Holmes Redding claims to be both an Episcopal priest and a practicing Muslim. Meanwhile, her presiding bishop finds the idea "exciting." Is there any hope for the ECUSA?

British Human Rights Organization Issues Call to Prayer for North Korea

Following the release of a major report on human rights abuses in North Korea, Christians and churches around the world are being asked to pray for North Korea.

God's Purposes for Our Work

  • Steve Scalici, CFP(r) |
  • June 26, 2007 |
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What Are We Singing: Breathe

Without spiritual food, water and air, we will die spiritually - something we should remember each time we sing the praise song Breathe.

The Discipline of the Self-Watch

Therefore watch yourselves very carefully... beware lest you act corruptly (Deuteronomy 4).

Dealing with Disappointment

We must regularly ask the Holy Spirit to shine the light of Truth into our hearts and dislodge the hurts, disappointments, and offenses that threaten to cut off the fruit of God's Spirit in our lives.

International Christian Embassy Jerusalem Aiding Sudanese Refugees

The International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem is providing room and board for 37 Sudanese refugees for the next three weeks until they can be relocated to Israeli communities.

Responding to "Green Politics," Part Two

Does the human population exceed the capacity of the earth and therefore place us in danger of destroying the planet? The answer is simply "no."

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Changing the Perception II

We Christians are different and we should stand out in a crowd, but we should stand out in a way that shines positive light on Christ Jesus...

Going it Alone

A Serious Conversation for Christian Singles

Rather than sugar-coating single life as a "gift" that should be enjoyed, perhaps we should start determining if we even have the "gift" to tolerate that life. If we don't, let's get serious about finding compatible partners with whom we can share our mind, body and soul in service to God.

Worry: From 'What If?' to Carefree

Day-by-day living by asking Christ's help can give carefree days.

The Heart of Worship

Have you lowered your lid of worship and effectiveness by limiting your knowledge of the Eternal God?

  • Veronica Jones-Brown |
  • June 21, 2007 |
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Twisted Reasoning Makes for Scatterbrained Secrets

Even if you can somehow follow the twisted reasoning in Secrets of the Code, its presentation of information is so completely scatterbrained that most people will find it incredibly boring. So even if you are inclined to believe this bunk, you’ll still have to stay awake to hear it.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 20, 2007 |
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Fear and Loathing at the Creation Museum

On Monday, May 28, the Creation Museum in Petersburg, Kentucky opened to more than 4,000 guests. The privately funded, $27 million facility is dedicated to representing a literal six-day creation account of Earth's history.

Women Energized by Grace

What was it like to be a woman in the early church, and what can Christian women today learn from these women long ago?

Embrace Your Season

The art of skillful living has to do with having an understanding of the seasons of your life and the purpose for each season. Whether you are married or single, you must be cognizant of the fact that timing is everything, although it’s aligned equally with attitude.

  • Michelle McKinney Hammond |
  • June 19, 2007 |
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Breaking the Idols of Your Heart

In Breaking the Idols of Your Heart, authors Dan B. Allender and Tremper Longman III illuminate the teachings of Ecclesiastes: Meaning and purpose come only when God is truly the center of our life and the object of our hope. Read an excerpt from Chapter One.

  • Dan B. Allender & Tremper Longman III |
  • June 19, 2007 |
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