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Dobson: Obama and Pelosi 'Are Lying to Us'

Growing attention has been paid to what this legislation would mean for the cause of life. Syndicated radio host Janet Mefferd discussed the latest with Dr. James Dobson.

How Can Christian Counselors Advise Gay Clients?

Should a counselor who is Christian insist that clients conform to the counselor's beliefs? That's the critical difference between counselors and pastors...

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • March 17, 2010 |
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Before You Denounce 'Social Justice,' Mr. Beck...

Some political conservatives denounce the "social gospel" as misguided and unbiblical, counseling Christians to avoid congregations that stress social justice. Should we?

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith & Dr. J.D. Wyneken |
  • March 17, 2010 |
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Finding Time for God

My children have some internal alarm that goes off as soon as I open my Bible, so I often conclude my devotional time feeling frustration and guilt, resolving to try harder next time. How's a busy person supposed to spend time with God?

Turn Off the Gossip Channel

How do Christians identify and overcome that ugly beast, Gossip? How did believers ever get so comfortable with gossip in the first place?

Good Days and Bad Days

What constitutes "a good day"? One in which we don't worry, regardless of circumstances? One where we do God's will? Avoid temptations? Is a good life just a succession of good days? Dick Staub explores.

The Scandal of Gendercide — War on Baby Girls

This week The Economist published its stunning cover story -- "Gendercide: What Happened to 100 Million Baby Girls?" -- ending media resistance to directly covering the horror.

Bad Attitude: The Newest 'Disorder'

Why has our culture embraced the therapeutic mindset that's invented sympathetic psychological explanations for everything from shoplifting to adultery to murder?

Nigeria's Violence Not Strictly Religious

Christians and Muslims "could resolve it spiritually but still have a war over the land, the economy, the moving in the land," Estabrooks said. Could the tensions be any more complicated?

The Countersign: God's Servant in Haiti

What if your daily job were to work among the very poorest people in the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere? Taking food to the "most ferocious slums"? Collecting bloated corpses from unsanitary morgues?

Record of Reality: Archaeological Discovery and Scripture

Once again, archaeology confirms the accuracy of biblical history. That’s good news, but should it affect how we believers view Scripture?

Ask Dr. David: Can Church Staff Disagree with Leadership?

Relationship doctor David B. Hawkins veers off his usual topic to answer a church staffer who shares that he/she is "scolded and shamed for voicing any contrary opinion" to that of the pastor.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 12, 2010 |
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Limited Expression: A Bully in Nanny's Clothing

“Manners police” are odious and a threat to free speech. The power to decide who is being mean is the power to become the bully in nanny’s clothing.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • March 11, 2010 |
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Gay Marriage v. Religious Freedom: A Cautionary Tale

Catholic Charities in Washington, D.C., has announced changes to its employees' health care benefits. Normally, this wouldn't be big news, but...

Donations for Chile Lag Far Behind Haiti Giving

While Chile's seismic activity registered as the seventh-most powerful earthquake in recorded history, that power hasn't come close to motivating the kind of benevolent giving that Haiti experienced.

How Does the Death of Jesus Save Me?

"Jesus died for my sins." What does that mean exactly? How could the death of Jesus help me get to heaven? What does the death of Christ save me from?

Hospitality: Become a Wounded Healer

Henri Nouwen describes hospitality in his beautiful book "The Wounded Healer" as "a central attitude of the minister who wants to make his own wounded condition available to others as a source of healing."

How to Live on the Spiritual Edge

If you are spiritually stuck not growing closer to God, it's time to gravitate over to the edge of what's comfortable.

Individualism and the Death of Liberty

Individuals need to be protected. And if that protection does not come from the loving community of family and Church, the government steps in with all sorts of strings attached.

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