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The Masculine Mandate

If we want to be the men God is calling us to be—men who are rightly admired and respected by those we love, men who faithfully fulfill our duty before God—then we will make as our motto and watchword the Masculine Mandate that we have received from God...

How Can I Get Started Studying the Bible?

"I have an old Bible that belonged to my grandmother, and it's difficult to understand. Where do I begin? How can I get more out of reading the Bible?"

Gulf Oil Spill Seeps into Spiritual Life

Especially in Plaquemines and St. Bernard parishes, the spill weeks ago found its way into every sermon, message and homily, as pastors seek to give it meaning...

After IVF, Abortion? What Does This Say?

One might think that the most welcome place in the world for an unborn child would be the womb of a mother who would seek and undergo IVF fertility treatment. In a significant number of cases, that assumption is proved wrong.

Breaking the Cycle: Prisoners and Their Children

Ever heard the proverb, “The acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree”? That’s certainly true with prisoners and their children. But there’s good news to report.

Seeing Things as They Are: Calvin, the Epicureans & Today's Atheists

John Calvin’s response to the atheists of his day offers insight for modern Christians.

Our Worship And Our Fears

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • June 08, 2010 |
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Build a Successful Small-Group Ministry

Are your frustrated with the way your church's small groups are working out? Here are some ways to get them to Activate.

Sweating in Church

Recently, I was studying what causes people to feel spiritually frustrated. The two top reasons? Bible study and prayer. I get that.

How to Create Real Life Communities of Faith

If you build relationships with people wherever you meet in your everyday lives, you can generate momentum that will help them eventually connect with God and other believers.

Why I Tell Stories from the Bible (and Why You Should, Too)

Scripture memory is a wonderful discipline, but people need to internalize more than a Bible verse or two. Stories - in particular biblical stories - entertain us, but they also encourage us, challenge us, and even show us how to live.

Time to Stop the EPA's Assault on America

The consequences of putting hard-working families and small businesses at the mercy of unaccountable EPA bureaucrats cannot be understated.

Perfect Sportsmanship: Baseball and the Beauty of Forgiveness

Recently, Armando Galarraga of the Detroit Tigers was one out away from throwing the 21st perfect game in Major League Baseball history...

Iran's Christians: Targets of a Dictator

The stories of Christians in Iran over the past couple of months sounds like a modern-day rendition of the Apostle Paul's sufferings. The methods of tyrants have changed, but the reality of persecution is the same.

Preaching: Act of Spirituality or Arrogance?

The act of preaching is either a spiritual act or an arrogant act. There is nothing in between for anyone who stands in the pulpit.

  • William D. Lawrence, ThD |
  • June 09, 2010 |
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Freedom from Porn: One CEO Takes a Stand

In the never-ending battle of the technological titans, score one for Steve Jobs. No, the CEO of Apple hasn't come out with yet another groundbreaking iProduct, at least not since the iPad...

Homosexuality and the Military — What’s Really at Stake?

Now that the full normalization of homosexuality in the U.S. military looms before us, are we ready for all that this means? Almost surely not. There are huge realities that frame the momentous nature of this policy change.

Episcopal Head Lashes Out at Anglican 'Colonial' Uniformity

Episcopal Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori has forcefully defended her church's embrace of gays and lesbians, and firmly rejected efforts to centralize power or police uniformity in the Anglican Communion.

Is Religion Evil?

Is it true that lurking within every religious believer lies a potential terrorist and that if we get rid of religion the world will be a safer place?

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