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Are There No "Normal" People?

Charlie St. Cloud is More Creepy Than Weepy

The trouble with Charlie St. Cloud is that the screenplay tries to be so many things (part Field of Dreams, part The Sixth Sense, part The Notebook), that it doesn't do anything particularly well, including generating the necessary waterworks to win over its target demographic.

The Headship God Supports

When a husband allows God to lead him, and when his heart is open to God and His purposes, then his headship receives God's support.

Discomfort with Dad Signifies a Deeper Problem

The Atlantic recently made the case that "there's nothing objectively essential about his contribution" in an age when any two adults can make a family. Are fathers unnecessary after all?

'Sex and the iWorld': Recovering Healthy Relationships

iWorlders are dissolving long-established boundaries because they believe that people are happiest making their own moral and relational choices--and the Church has turned a blind eye.

How Much Do You Have to Hate Someone to Not Proselytize?

You'd think that this current climate of spiritual openness and hunger for spiritual experience should be a perfect setting for evangelism. But that's not what is happening.

Rest in the Lord

Maybe our lives seem so out of control, in total disrepair or altogether burdensome because we haven't taken ample time to spend with the Lord. He calls us all to himself. His desire is for us to look to him when we are weary. And when we do, he promises us rest.

Pray to God... and Row to Shore

We've all been in a place where we want to trust God to change a situation, whether it is a troubled marriage, a difficult job, an addicted spouse, or perhaps a habit that destroys our self-worth. But “just praying” is often the wrong approach.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • July 19, 2010 |
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Dad Steals the Show in Sister Story Ramona and Beezus

The latest adaptation from Walden Media of a beloved series of children's books is unobjectionable G-rated family entertainment. It's not very cinematic, nor is it memorably performed by its lead actresses, but a charming performance by John Corbett as the girls' father helps the film immensely.

Use Your Body the Way God Designed It

Our culture is constantly bombarding women with messages that tell them their appearance is what matters most. It's freeing to look beyond our culture's shallow view of your body and start using your body the way God designed it. Here's how.

How Your Small Rural Church Can Do Something Big

Churches in rural areas tend to have few people attending and little money. But your church's small size doesn't have to limit its potential to impact the world in big ways.

Does God Lie?

Is God completely truthful if He ordains lies?

A Fresh-Squeezed Take on Body Image from the Author of Unsqueezed

What do you see when you look in the mirror? The outside or the inside? Imperfections, or purposed usefulness? The author of a new book helps remind us that we were given bodies for more than just looking our best.

Could You Be in Bondage to an Addiction?

Studies show that one in five women suffers from an eating disorder or disordered eating. Could you be one of them? Read Kelly’s story to find out.

Not Quite Dreamy, Inception Gets an 'A' for Effort

Inception, the new film from director Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight, Memento) is complex, and its story about exploiting the dreams of others has rewards for those who can follow its story across multiple levels. But ultimately, it doesn't quite coalesce.

Wedding Thoughts

Did Dinosaurs Coexist with Humans? An Interview with Darek Isaacs

Could it be that stories about dragons - which hail from every continent on earth - are less mythical and have more of a factual basis that binds human-and-dinosaur existence together? We asked the author of Dragons or Dinosaurs: Creation or Evolution.

Tempered Reason: How the Oil Disaster Will Teach Us Humility

Now that the smoke has cleared and the oil is spreading, we should finally recognize not only our great powers, but also our significant limitations.

Lie, Cheat & Steal. Or, Just Make One Decision

When we consciously decide who we want to be and what we want our lives to reflect, then all other choices become much easier to make. Tempted to cheat on a test, a spouse or a business deal? Is that who you've decided to be?

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • July 14, 2010 |
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Nothing Remotely Spellbinding About The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Even with Jerry Bruckheimer's name attached to the project, there's nothing remotely spellbinding about The Sorcerer's Apprentice. It's a classic case of a clunky, horribly clichéd story further destroyed by a series of outlandish stunts and less-than-superb CGI trickery.

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