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NewsNote: Just How Secular Can an Education Be?

Lisa Miller is taking Harvard University to task for its "crisis of faith" -- which amounts to a crisis in its curriculum for undergraduates. As Miller explains, "the Harvard faculty cannot cope with religion."

Investment in Climate Change Means Snow Has to Go

Given what’s at stake, inconvenient snow and cold has to be explained away, even as leading climate change scientists admit that no significant warming has occurred since 1995.

"Jesus Christ, Teach Us to Pray"

Jesus didn’t always go to the same room and close the door behind Him when He prayed, but He did consistently find private places to spend time in intimate prayer with His Father. How many times a week do we do that? How many times in a year?

How to Conquer Your Fear of Sharing Your Faith

Jesus has called everyone who follows Him to take the Gospel message to the world, yet studies show that only two percent of professing Christians evangelize. Read on if you hope to overcome your fear of sharing the good news.

The Different Types of Fasts

Dr. Peter Holme's, author of The Fasting Journey, looks at the various types of fasts you can undertake.

  • Dr. Peter Holmes |
  • February 18, 2010 |
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Make Your Life Rich without Money

It turns out that the old adage is true - the best things in life are free. Here's how you can make your life rich without money.

Writing Your "Thank You" Letter after an Interview

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • February 11, 2010 |
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Popular Money Advice You Shouldn't Take

Some financial advice sounds good on paper but can end up costing you more when put into practice.

We Are the Body: How to Become a Practicing Church

If we're going to be a congregation that does more than come to church and benefit from what the church has to offer, we must learn together how to Embody Our Faith.

Haiti: Following Jesus through the Eye of the Needle

In 2003 Kent Annan left America behind to live in Haiti, where people wear his cast-off clothing and seek comfort from the heat in the long shadow of his homeland. Here, he shares the experiences of his first few months among Haiti's people.

Making Up Evangelical History

The idea that Roe v. Wade was not a precipitating factor in the formation of conservative evangelical political engagement serves as a classic example of historic revisionism.

The Single Life: Surviving the Season of Love

Well, single friends, it has arrived: February, the month of love and romance. My condolences. But seriously, no matter what state your love life (or lack thereof) may be in, this could be a fabulous month for you! In fact, it might just be your best month ever.

  • Susan Ellingburg |
  • February 12, 2010 |
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George Matheson ~ "Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go"

Weeping, a friend once told me that if her marriage was based on nothing more than physical attraction, it would not last. Someone once summed this realization up thusly: "Love starts with a smile - Grows with a kiss - Ends with a tear."

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • February 12, 2010 |
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Haiti: Moving from Tragedy to Outrage

Bringing Haiti Close to Home: A Christian Perspective

A heartbreaking catastrophe like Haiti's could be the very thing that God uses to spiritually invigorate us to take action in our own lives and in the lives of those around us.

God's Flight Plan: My Experience Covering the Story in Haiti

I have come to realize there are no coincidences in God's economy. He is always reminding me that his plan is better than mine.

Is Dialogue a Basis for Christian Unity?

The call for dialogue among Christians often comes from those with inter-faith sensibilities. And talking respectfully with people of other religions is a good thing, however, in many circles "dialogue" merely serves as an antidote to evangelism.

Striking Balance between Old and New Can End Worship Wars

There should be no more worship wars among friends. New songs are good, but the old hymns are not bad, and besides, there's evidence to show that too much familiarity breeds discontent.

No Greater Love: A Life Dedicated to Christ

Many of us have heard the valiant stories of the martyrs of the early Church, but the truth is that more Christians have died for their faith since 1900 than in all the previous centuries of Christendom combined. What better time of year to consider that sort of love than during the month of February, the month of love?

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