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Just How Important are Your Actions?

Have you ever wondered if your actions matter at all or if anything you do amounts to a change in the world’s history? For that matter, your own history?

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • November 19, 2008 |
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When Boys Will Be Girls

Brandon and other “transgendered” children and adults are convinced in spite of physical and genetic evidence that they have been “born in the wrong body.” In this, we have taken a Gnostic turn, radically separating body from spirit.

Ray and Clay are Gay. How Should Christians Respond?

Singer/songwriter Brian Bates has been candid about struggling with homosexuality early in his life. He offers this editorial in response to questions from fans about the revelations of fellow artists Ray Boltz and Clay Aiken.

How to Leave a Church

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • November 18, 2008 |
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How to Wait for a Miracle

As I stared down at my injured child, my voice lifted in prayer, "Jesus! I need a miracle! Please help Laura!"

  • Linda Evans Shepherd |
  • November 13, 2008 |
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Big God, Big Dreams

“There is no magic in small plans. When I consider my ministry, I think of the world. Anything less than that would not be worthy of Christ nor His will for my life.” -Henrietta Mears

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 23, 2008 |
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Coming Out of the Darkness of Depression

Depression is America's number one health problem. Someone once called it "a dark tunnel without a ray of light" while cartoonists portray it as "little black cloud hovering overhead."

Lost Innocence Offers Raw Glimpse into Sex Trade

The Road of Lost Innocence narrates Somaly Mam’s terrifying journey from sexual slavery to rescuing others caught in the same trade. She shows readers a world they have never seen—but simply can’t ignore.

  • Katherine Britton |
  • November 14, 2008 |
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Border Crossings: A Conversation on Immigration & Ministry

In centuries past, ministries were able to ignore the phenomenon of immigration; but immigrants no longer are isolated, segregated or subjugated in the way they were during the founding centuries of our nation.

The Struggle against Same-Sex Marriage Isn't Over

Without question, the victories in California, Arizona, and Florida are good news. Nevertheless, the counterstrike has already begun.

A House — and a Life — Love Restored

What if you lost your home and your marriage in one day? Read Sandra's remarkable testament of God's ever-present love in impossible situations...

  • Sandra* as told to Rebekah Montgomery |
  • November 13, 2008 |
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Finding Rock-Solid Grace in Life's Hard Places

Here's how you can find God's grace in the midst of the broken places in your life.

Political Correctness vs. Faith

If being politically correct means that we treat people of different backgrounds with respect and do not stereotype them based on their race or gender, then it is in fact, very biblical. However...

  • Dr. Michael Youssef |
  • November 13, 2008 |
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Any Other Gospel is Not the Gospel at All

There has to be an explanation why - despite millions who claim to be born-again Christians - the morals of America continue to decline, the young are abandoning their upbringing, and the public square is devoid of seriously-taken Christian voices.

"Orthodoxy" for Today

Rereading G. K. Chesterton's masterful Orthodoxy, I was again struck by how the book could have been written yesterday. The weak arguments and faulty thinking of 1908 still haunt us inside and outside the Church.

What's Really at Stake in the Gay Marriage Debate? Part 4

Both sides frame their argument in moral terms. Both sides believe that the victory of their position on this issue is a precondition for true human happiness and human thriving.

Survive the Wilderness Seasons of Life

If you’re going through a time that tests your faith right now, it can feel like you’re stuck out in the middle of the wilderness, exposed to the harsh elements and feeling the pain...

Turner Tells It Like It Is in Churched

In Churched, author/blogger Matthew Paul Turner is real and very honest—about himself, the church and the Christians he has met. He just tells it like it is, and recovering fundamentalists everywhere are going to love him for it.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • October 28, 2008 |
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'Life is Like a Box of Chocolates...'

Life is loaded with surprises, some delightful and some downright disagreeable...

The Loyal Opposition Begins

“It is morning in America,” Reagan’s commercials famously ran… and for me it is still true. The land has not changed, our history is more glorious than not, and the election of the first African-American to the White House is good.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • November 05, 2008 |
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