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Rise Above Unexpected Challenges

An unexpected diagnosis, a sudden job layoff, a surprise relationship breakup, an accident – all kinds of challenges can come into your life at any time and blow your best plans apart. Here’s how you can rise above unexpected challenges...

15 Things I Have Learned from My Father

I owe my father more than I can ever remember, as his wisdom has become my own.

Christmas Came and Went; Will You Still Go Tell The Gospel of Jesus Christ?

We know what is supposed to happen when the manger scene is packed away.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • January 08, 2009 |
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Praying for the Church First

It was on my knees a few months ago that God hit me like a 10-ton truck about the priority praying for the Church first. We can’t pray for our nation to be revived, to be saved, to receive God’s mercy unless...

Ten for the History Books from 2008

The year unfolded with more surprises than usual. The intellectual task of reviewing a year is always fascinating, usually difficult, and often humbling.

Does Your Life Have a Purpose?

People living on the island of Okinawa are more likely to reach 100 years of age than people living almost anywhere else on earth. These people attribute their long lives to a term they love to use -- ikigai which in essence means ”sense of purpose.”

Suffering and the Goodness of God

When believers face suffering and hardships, the question they most often ask is, "Why?" Suffering and the Goodness of God offers biblical truths concerning suffering, as it challenges believers to emulate God’s grace when ministering to those who are suffering.

  • Christopher Morgan and Robert Peterson |
  • December 11, 2008 |
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'Go the Distance': How My Journey Paralleled Field of Dreams

I figured I was either a genius or a fool. I felt like the character Ray Kinsella in Field of Dreams, who plowed under much of his corn to build a baseball field because a still, small voice told him to...

Peace Through Destruction? Israel's War on Hamas

Absent provocation, there would be no Israeli attacks on Gaza. The only hope for attaining a just peace in this tragically afflicted region is the complete destruction of Hamas.

  • Dr. Earl Tilford |
  • December 31, 2008 |
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Beyond Bioethics: A Culture Made in God's Image

The question of human dignity is at the root of virtually every major question facing humans today. Not just bioethics, but also medicine, the economy, and the environment.

Hurting Women Find Compassion, Healing

An atypical group of women gathered for the afternoon in an upscale neighborhood fronting Lake Dardanelle, inside the home of Vickie Henderson, an OB/GYN physician. From a worldly perspective, the gathering could not be explained -- it would seem there was no common ground for fellowship...

Fast When You Hunger for God

The ancient practice of fasting is a natural way to express your faith with your whole being.

Why God Chooses the Wounded and Broken

God’s favor—you desperately want it. But I know what you’re thinking, “God chooses others, just not me. I am the rejected child...”

A Forgotten Declaration of Humanity

Sixty years after the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the contrast between Shin’s story of “the ‘common and routine’ savagery of the camp” and the high ideals of the Declaration could not be more jolting.

Hate Your Enemy?

12 Ways to Unleash Courage in Your Life

Living faithfully as a man means much more than just trying to be a nice, polite guy. God has placed the potential for great power deep within you – the power to live with courageous, transforming faith.

The Grinches of Secularism, the Grace of Christmas

We’ve got to also remember to be gracious if we happen to encounter a tired store clerk who wishes us a “happy holiday.” What kind of a witness is it if we scream back “MERRY CHRISTMAS” or threaten to call the manager?

Bethlehem’s Forgotten Christians

Last December I found myself visiting Christians on both sides of the conflict in the Middle East. Reaching Bethlehem, I witnessed the city’s tranquil outer layer – and an equally striking inner layer of turmoil and pain.

Christmas Behind Bars in North Korea

While Christianity is the principal target of North Korean religious repression, it also offers North Koreans the greatest hope for the future. For Christianity challenges the basis of the DPRK tyranny.

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