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Taking Thoughts Captive

We cannot have a positive life with a negative mind, because Satan knows that if he can control our thoughts, then he can control our actions.

Staying Whole in a Broken World

Nick and Nancy never really struggled as a couple, until declining finances started a domino effect on their marriage...

Straight Talk about Homosexuality and the Church

The great debate about homosexuality – at least as far as evangelicals are concerned – is ultimately not about sexuality. It's about biblical authority.

"Be of Good Cheer," Laughter is a Cure-All

I think Jesus loved to laugh as much as we do, and, being the great communicator he was, I'm convinced his preaching style was filled with every successful technique, including making people laugh.

The Threat Within: Radical Islam in Prisons

Last week, the FBI arrested four members of a would-be terrorist cell in New York. The arrests highlighted a much bigger threat: the spawning of terrorism in American prisons.

A Wicked Deed in Wichita -- A Test for the Pro-Life Movement

The cold-blooded murder of Dr. George Tiller on Sunday morning presents the pro-life movement in America with a crucial moral test -- will we condemn this murder in unqualified terms?

The Immigration Crisis: How Do We Begin to Solve It?

When I began thinking about this issue, I thought an easy answer would emerge—a single verse or teaching, a silver bullet to solve the problem once and for all. I was pleased to discover that the Bible goes further than I had expected to address many of the issues we face regarding immigration.

Decoupling Children and Marriage: The Unhappy Trend

It seems that more and more women have decided to have children while they still can, regardless of their marital status. The result is a culture out of touch with the needs of children.

Is God on Our Side?

In the story of the Battle of Jericho, the Commander of the Army of the Lord informed Joshua that He was on "Neither" side. Has that ever struck you as odd?

How to Share Your Faith through Conversations

People often won't be willing to listen to the Gospel message until you've first engaged them in spiritual conversations that prepare their hearts and minds. Here's how.

Outrageous Mercy

Addiction and the Road to Recovery

Ultimately, you cannot help someone who refuses to be helped. But there is something you can do for addicts who don't want help: you can stop being an enabler.

Joy: A Sermon on Holy Hilarity

I'm not sure where we got the idea that Christianity is for serious, somber, artificially-pious, self-righteous folks, but it's been around for awhile.

College Democrats Club Downgraded at Liberty University

After Liberty University revoked the official status of its College Democrats club last week, the school has been the center of a Christian/political whirlpool.

Three Stories and One Supreme Court Nominee

Sonia Sotomayor’s commitment to her own personal interpretation of the Constitution could have devastating consequences on everyday Americans, and here’s why.

A Taste of Mueller and His God

What should we make of Mueller? Another clay pot who shows us the surpassing power that belongs to God and not to us.

In Search of Manliness: The Feminized Male

Many women express frustration over a husband who is ill inclined towards leadership at home. What's happening here?

'Truth and Transformation': The Wisdom of an Outsider

From the outside looking in, an intelligent observer can see the signs -- and even the causes -- of a once-great civilization in decline.

The Praying Church: What If...

We all believe in prayer, don’t we? Even if we don’t pray very much, we still believe in prayer. So what would happen in our churches if every day every member was prayed for by someone?

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