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The State of Religion in London: Interview with an American Missionary

Is England becoming 'Islamicized'? Are any Brits still believers? Is the Anglican Church dying? One American shares knowledge, lessons, and advice from his ministry in London... and how it's changed him.

  • Shawn McEvoy & Timothy Miller |
  • August 13, 2008 |
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Let Your Relationships Refine Not Define

How close are you to being what God created? Don’t allow your unsuccessful relationships to define who you are, rather use them to refine you into the person God has designed and planned for you to be.

Content to Be Good, Called to Be Godly

"That morning I honestly questioned if I was busy with the Lord’s agenda for my life or if I was simply caught up in the devil’s suggestions. I had a ministry… but was it mine, or God’s?" Author Janet Denison reflects on what to do when your life is full... but your soul is empty.

It's Like Riding a Bike

What I didn't expect with my new personal training toy is the spiritual lessons I'd glean or the spiritual muscles I'd tone.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • August 12, 2008 |
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Christian Broadcasters Nervous about Fairness Doctrine

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently said she supports resurrecting the Fairness Doctrine, a 1949 Federal Communications Commission policy that required broadcasters who sent out specific messages to set aside time for opposing views. Such a move would "really make it impossible to preach the whole counsel of God," said Rich Bott, the owner of Kansas-based Bott Radio Network, which broadcasts Christian programming across 10 states.

Proclaiming Christ at Lambeth

"The urgency to preach the Good News is as true today as it was two thousand years ago, even if some scholars have naïvely declared God to be dead, forgetting that they are dealing with a God who found His way out of the grave..." Roman Catholic Cardinal Ivan Dias implores Anglican Bishops at the Lambeth Conference to stand against "moral confusion."

Is Your Faith Doing the Dead Man's Float?

Once my heart rate had dropped back to a normal level and the nausea passed, I began to ponder the similarities of my son's friend's swimming pool production with our walk with Christ.

It Seemed Impossible, but... To God be the Glory

Paralysis and blindness are nothing to the Lord. Whether He heals the symptoms or the soul, it's all to His glory, and cause for worship.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • August 02, 2008 |
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Living the Lord's Prayer

Our hearts resonate with those who have walked close to God, but we lack the experience or wisdom to accurately assess their advice. Nevertheless, a fixed reference point does exist—in Scripture. More than a prayer, The Lord's Prayer outlines the most fundamental features of the deeper Christian life.

Your New Identity in Jesus Christ

"Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God..." (John 1:12). I’ve read and reread this verse. My silent response was always, “Yes but… I’ve got a past...”

Are You as Close with God as You'd Like to Be?

There was a day — an actual moment in time — that I came to grips with the fact that I was not as close to God as I wanted to be. You might be surprised how simple the remedy was...

The New Norm: Cohabitation in Contemporary America

Just thirty years ago cohabitation was rare and marriage was the norm for heterosexual couples. All that has seemingly changed. For many, cohabitation is now just "part of the life course."

Free Advice for the College Bound

Genuine Worship and Continual Praise

Until we realize the true purpose in life, which is to worship Him and enjoy Him forever, we’ll always be floundering.

Duty and Honor

What is the meaning of integrity? And why do so few people put principle ahead of personal gain?

How to Encounter God through Journaling

You'll be surprised by how much you discover about God in the process of Journaling as a Spiritual Practice.

Membership Up, Giving Down: What's the Heart of the Problem?

Biblical giving is not grounded in a focus on oneself. Giving that honors God is motivated by a desire to see Him glorified.

Bush, China, and the Olympics

According to the Washington Post, President Bush "does not see the Olympics as a good opportunity to make political points..." He "has repeatedly made clear . . . that he is going to China as a sports fan." With all due respect, the president of the United States cannot be just another "sports fan." I urge him to reconsider on both counts.

Five Logical Errors of Born Gay Ideology

It is core doctrine of pro-gay orthodoxy that homosexuals are born gay. Instead of debating the merit of this assertion, let’s grant the premise that sexual orientation is determined prior to birth by genetic, gestational or other factors. The question is whether any valid conclusions flow from this.

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