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Are We Willing to Sacrifice? Thoughts on Veterans Day

This Veterans Day, we need to remember the sacrifices made by members of our armed forces. But let’s also look in the mirror.

Passing Down Veterans Day Appreciation to New Generations

Let's pass down to our children the appreciation of those who preserved our freedom.

Carrying the Burden of the Persecuted Church

Believers in America and most Western countries know very little of the fires of persecution. But our lack of experience doesn't have to be a lack of empathy.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • November 10, 2010 |
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Multiculturalism: Political Correctness Run Amok

Whether we want to acknowledge it or not, there is, indeed, a clash of civilizations in play, and it is only a matter of time before the problems plaguing Germany and France manifest themselves in cities and towns across America.

Changing Culture: A Study in Cultural Engagement

"Changing from the culture of death to a culture of life" is really an audacious statement when you think about it. Yet we talk of changing the culture all the time, as if this is an easy thing to do. So what will it take?

Apologetics: Still Relevant Today?

To see just how relevant apologetics is today, we need only take a quick survey of the world around us.

  • Hank Hanegraaff |
  • November 09, 2010 |
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What Kind of Church Am I?

You do want your church to be pleasing to the Lord, don't you? Of course we come quickly to the understanding that we can't easily change our church. The main thing you and I can focus on... is us.

  • James MacDonald |
  • November 09, 2010 |
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The Reason for God: Culturally Relevant Christianity

Why would a good God allow suffering? Hasn't science disproved Christianity? Why would a loving God send people to hell? And isn't it arrogant for Christians to claim that their faith is the only route to God? Tim Keller's solid answers are essential Christian reading.

Enjoy Life with Your Spouse While Raising Your Kids

You and your spouse want to be great parents, so you devote lots of time and energy to your kids. But how much do you devote to each other?

No One Else Named Mom

Her feelings of joy and self-worth were derived from ministering to others, not from raising her children. Her children knew it and responded in kind. Home was chaotic and miserable.

When Helping Hurts: Are You an Enabling Parent?

We “parents in pain” dream about seeing our adult children live as independent, functioning adults. But is our help only hurting them?

Learning to Say Yes When You Want to Say No

I have often struggled with the demand God has put on me to say yes to human authority when I want to say no, especially when I don't feel the person over me worthy of control. However, doing so anyway has been one of the most formative experiences of my life.

  • Dr. Bill Lawrence |
  • November 05, 2010 |
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Faith Seeks Understanding

Not everybody who says in his heart "there is no God" is a fool, but everybody who says in his heart "we have a corner on reason" is a fool: including Christians. Reason is a useful process by which to seek Truth, but Faith presses further towards Understanding.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • November 05, 2010 |
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Do Good Quietly

To do a good thing is a good thing. To do good to be seen is not. In fact, to do good to be seen is a serious offense. Here's why...

Help! We Love the Lord, But We're Cruel to Each Other

Dear Dr. David: I am beyond frustrated with my marriage and husband. We have been married for ten years and have never been able to stop bickering...

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • November 04, 2010 |
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He Said-She Said: A Past History of Homosexuality

For five years a woman in her mid-40s has been dating a pastor who has a past history of homosexuality, but now she is "frozen" in her tracks. "Do I continue the relationship or do I avoid the risk?" See what "he" and "she" have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • November 04, 2010 |
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Cultivate an Enduring Love

  • Dr. Greg Smalley |
  • November 04, 2010 |
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Analyzing the Election: "The Great Corrective"

On November 4, 2008, something incredible happened, something that will never again allow me to predict or trust the American electorate, regardless of the great corrective that happened this Tuesday, November 2, 2010.

  • Dr. Paul Kengor |
  • November 03, 2010 |
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The Morning After the Election: What Does it All Mean?

Evangelicals tend to swing between extremes when it comes to politics and elections. We are too easily elated and too readily depressed. Make no mistake. The election results of 2010 will lead to big changes in Washington and far beyond. That in itself is good news. But all this must be put in a truly Christian context.

The Election is Over...Now What?

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