Where his plans clearly are intended to do harm to the people he leads, contrary to the oath he swore before God, God’s people should pray that those plans do not succeed.
The Bible teaches us to expect mental jolts ...
As Robert George told the Associated Press, objection to human embryo-destructive research is not at its core religious.
There are all kinds of ways of doing church, but the comfortable, gradual approach to knowing Christ wasn’t working for us...
Whether it happens at the water cooler at work or among church friends, gossip is no small thing...
God created feelings to work together with thoughts and help lead you to the truth. Feelings are gifts meant to help drive you to become your best. Here's how you can start listening to your heart as well as your head.
And it has nothing to do with leprechauns.
Are you busy supporting your kids and your aging parents instead of saving for your retirement?
The "apolcalyptic predictions" made by global warming activists do more than “mislead”—it engenders and reinforces a misanthropic worldview that pits humans against the rest of creation.
- March 10, 2009 |
Every institution exists because of leadership and management. Your church couldn't survive without them. Every pastor, whether mandated or not, is expected to provide both.
- March 06, 2009 |
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- March 09, 2009 |
Some of President Obama's Justice Department appointments are causing particular alarm among Christians. The three top appointees—David Ogden, Thomas Perrelli, and Elena Kagan—are the most unsettling.
- March 05, 2009 |
Feminists have argued for decades a seductive, fruitless philosophy that confounds and often ensnares even the most ardent women of faith...
- March 14, 2008 |
Imagine a son whose father journeyed to a distant country and then wrote his son a series of letters, instructing him on how he was to carry on the family name and how he was to conduct the family business. Yet suppose that the son never read his father’s letters. How would this son ever learn to represent the father and conduct the father’s business? He wouldn’t. And neither does the local church that ignores the Word of God.
Are you honestly living for Him, seeking Him, and doing your best to obey His commandments? If so, guess what, pinch yourself, you're in God’s Will.
While technology has many worthwhile purposes, it demands a high price from us. So, here’s a challenge—take a technology sabbath.
- March 11, 2009 |