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Finding Fulfillment in Life

Some of us try all our lives to acquire a key to a certain washroom in the company, or parking spaces with our names on them. When we receive them, however, what do we have?

The Allure of Modesty

Yes, men are aroused by sultry women who flaunt their sensuality and their bodies as a form of power. But the women they marry are usually the ones whose sensuality is much more hidden from view—there for the right man, but not on display for all the world to see.

Worship Life: The Singing and Dancing King

Humanly speaking, David fulfilled many roles, but among all his qualities and accomplishments, the one that stands out the most is his love of music.

“A Mind for the Poor”: Avoiding the Traps

Crisis interventions for the poor and oppressed are moral imperatives. But they only work in the larger goal of liberating poor people and nations to help themselves.

The State of Our Unions: Why Marriage Matters

Marriage is a hot topic these days. And a recent article in Time magazine makes a great contribution to the debate.

A Dangerous Cure: Seven Obamacare Health Myths

President Obama’s healthcare reform plan is the classic case of a "cure" that’s worse than the disease, though it has deceived many well-meaning people.

Praying Preachers

Breaking Free of American Evangelicalism

Author Soong-Chan Rah explains why the church despereately needs to open its eyes to see the Next Evangelicalism

This Beautiful Mess

Celebrate Christmas in July

I no longer dreaded a day full of errands in the sun-baked desert. In fact, I added a couple more stops to my list...

Placing Our Trust in the Unseen

In this day and age, when we have unbridled access to instantaneous information, it becomes easier to place more emphasis on what we see, what we know, and what we can understand than on having faith and trusting the Lord.

Envy: Exposing Your Inner Veruca Salt

I secretly relate to Veruca Salt, the self-centered girl who was never satisfied in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory...

  • Katie Brazelton and Shelley Leith |
  • July 21, 2009 |
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Sex and the Single Person

If the Bible addresses an issue with unrelenting frequency, and that issue is one of the strongest forces in the world, then ministers of the Word are obligated to declare God's will on that issue.

"The Orthodox Are Finished"

Free to Speak: Religion in the Schools

Do you understand your child’s religious rights at school? Chances are your school principal doesn’t either. A national campaign is underway to fix that.

Three Things the New Pastor Wants Most

The more I reflected on it, the more I realized any pastor coming into a new church would give a month's salary for these three gifts.

The Gospel and Community

What is the best expression of the mission of the church in light of our changing cultural and social reality?

Stuck in the Media's Blind Spot: Religious Freedom in India

India has the dubious distinction of being the only democracy to have refused a visit by the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom.

The Holy Spirit: Our Gentle Teacher

The Holy Spirit doesn’t only help us with the big tasks, like writing a novel. He leads and empowers us for every good work.

Courage of Substance

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