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Where is God in the Midst of Crisis?

Storms will confront us many times in our lives, expected and unexpected. They seem fueled by evil, and we find ourselves forgetting God and hiding from the chaos, defenseless. That is the place the enemy wants us to be...

What's up with Halloween?

Even if it's under the clever name of "Harvest Festival," churches throughout our country nonetheless use Halloween as a means for outreach to the community. So what's the deal?

Rethinking Halloween through 7 Scary Stories of the Bible

A couple years ago my friend and co-worker Fred Alberti shared with me a lesson he prepared for the boys' class he was teaching. It was a big hit in that it didn't focus on the meaning of Halloween or whether we as Christians should celebrate it. Rather, it just provided another way to get the lads excited about the Scriptures...

What to Say to the Depressed, Doubting, Skeptical, Confused & Angry

If you care about people and risk talking to the depressed, the doubting, the skeptical, the confused, and the angry, you will soon run into a person who will minimize your counsel and say it doesn't work.

Ultimate Makeover

Caterpillars and butterflies bear witness: God is in the transformation business...

  • Jan Coates with Rebekah Montgomery |
  • September 15, 2008 |
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Finding the Positives in Your Problems

I once counseled a young wife who had been sexually attacked when she was a young girl. I could see by the expression on her face that she was still discouraged and distressed about the incident and embarrassed to talk about it. Feeling she had been cheated in life, she was somewhat resentful that God had allowed such a horrible thing to happen...

  • Dr. Gary Smalley |
  • October 15, 2008 |
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Conn. High Court Approves Gay Marriage

Connecticut became the third state to allow same-sex marriage after its Supreme Court ruled Friday (Oct. 10) that it is unconstitutional to deny the legal benefits of marriage to gay and lesbian couples.

How Your Kid's Soccer Ball Is Made

So, you walk into a store and pick up a soccer ball. Would you buy it if you suspected it were the product of child labor? This is not a hypothetical question.

Obama, Ayers and the Politics of Intimidation

Frank Pastore, from KKLA in Los Angeles, recently interviewed Stanley Kurtz, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, about his research into Barack Obama. Kurtz wrote an article for the New York Post, “O’s Dangerous Pals,” detailing the relationship between Obama and Madeline Talbot, head of ACORN— the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now.

Pastor Appreciation Month: Invest in a Pastor's Life

There are pastors who are struggling in our cities. Men who need someone to come alongside them. This is the perfect month to do so.

A Parade of Everyday Addicts

Only in recent years have we begun to offer legitimate treatment for some of the obvious addictions, such as alcohol and drug abuse. We even endorse such programs in our churches. However, we still don’t recognize the myriad other addictions, let alone help people deal with them. Read more from Dr. David Hawkins' Breaking Everyday Addictions...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • August 11, 2008 |
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Does God Guide or Do We Decide?

When we are faced with making a decision about which direction to go with our lives, many Christians aren’t sure how to choose a path to pursue...

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • October 01, 2008 |
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Two Tombstones: The Story of the Samaritan Woman and Jesus Christ

This excerpt from Max Lucado's newest book Cast of Characters compares the story of the Samaritan woman with one of her many modern day counterparts.

If I Were the Devil...

I've thought a lot about the tactics of our enemy. I want to consider one aspect of his work by postulating what I might do if I were in his shoes.

  • Daniel Henderson |
  • October 10, 2008 |
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Islam: The Religion and the People

For many Christians, Islam is as mysterious and unsettling as the invisible voice calling Muslims to daily prayer. Bernard Lewis, a premier scholar on Islam, works to show the intricate connections and fractures between the two faiths in this book.

Total Church: A Radical Reshaping around Gospel and Community

Church is not a meeting you attend or a place you enter. It’s an identity that shapes the whole of life so that life and mission become ‘total church.'

  • Tim Chester and Steve Timmis |
  • October 09, 2008 |
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Matt Damon vs. Sarah Palin and the Dinosaurs

I wonder if Matt Damon’s God could have created man and the dinosaurs and allowed them to be contemporaneous. More than likely, Matt doesn’t believe in God at all. In that case, he’s not really against Sarah Palin—or even Christians...

Shame Can Be a Good Thing

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • October 08, 2008 |
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God's Secret Agents

Is it correct to assume that angels are the nonthreatening, loving beings that many people believe them to be? That all depends.

'Twilight' Books Send the Wrong Message

You might have heard is that this teen romance series takes a strong stand against sex before marriage and are therefore a great way to get that idea across to kids. But there are other messages in the books that are also very strong - and alarming.

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