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The Age of the Designer Baby Arrives

Science fiction is about to become fact, and the nightmare scenarios of writers such as Aldous Huxley may soon be realized.

Kitchen-Table Budgets Meet the Stimulus Package

Rarely does a lively morning pass that I don’t gaze upon my children at the kitchen table and silently lament Washington’s economic decision-making.

Awaken Us, O God!

Education and Relation - or - Truth and Love

When I turn to the Bible, I find in place of the words, "education" and "relationship," the words, "truth" and "love."

Don't Compare Your Life Away

We almost innately compare ourselves to one another. We desire what we do not have , we judge others for what they possess, and, as a result, we don’t seek to understand God’s specific will for our own lives.

The Language of Romance

Valentine's Day: Let Christ's Love Fuel Your Marriage

A relationship centered in God’s love acknowledges that the Lord, not your spouse, is your personal source of satisfaction…

No Greater Love than the Father's Love

Single mom Sharon Beth Brani shares why Valentine's Day is one of her favorite holidays...

  • Sharon Beth Brani |
  • February 13, 2009 |
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Shaping the Modern World: Lincoln and Darwin

While we still debate whether Lincoln himself was a racist, little mention is made of the pernicious social consequences of Darwinism and even less about his complicity in these consequences.

What Does Luke Skywalker Have to do With the Church?

Why might you want to get plugged into a church in your college years? Think of a young Luke Skywalker when he’s taking his first steps toward his destiny as a Jedi Knight.

  • Shaun Blakeney and Marcus Brotherton |
  • February 12, 2009 |
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Should You Leave the Business World for Ministry?

If you’re working in the secular business world but dream of working for a church or ministry instead, does that mean you should quit your current job and cross over?

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • February 12, 2009 |
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Condoning What God Cannot: The President and the Innocent

At the national prayer breakfast last week, President Obama said, "“There is no God who condones taking the life of an innocent human being. This much we know.” Then how does he condone his policies?

How to Be a Man

Boaz doesn’t have a book named after him in the Bible, and his entire life is only mentioned in three chapters of Ruth. But in those three short chapters, Boaz shows us how to be a man of God, how to be a man in business and how to be a man in a relationship.

Why Will 2009 Be Any Different?

Change happens every day, with singles who find their mates, with broken marriages, with messed up teens, adolescents, and even with seniors. Making change can be hard, but not impossible. You must believe this!

  • Kathleen Hardaway |
  • February 11, 2009 |
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Honest Talk about Honest Prayer

The author of Prayer Power: 30 Days to a Stronger Connection with God discusses obstacles to and struggles with praying, as well as the value of pastor prayer groups and establishing a time of prayer.

  • Phil Miglioratti |
  • February 11, 2009 |
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Holiness is a Community Project

You can’t be the kind of Christian you’re meant to be without other people.

  • Michael McKinley |
  • January 30, 2009 |
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The Planet Vs. The Poor?

There is a lot of doubt about whether humans are causing global warming. But there's no doubt about the impact of some of the so-called "solutions."

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