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Thoughtless Faith

Do you sometimes struggle to engage with unbelievers? Do you feel ill-equipped to dialogue with those who reject faith in Jesus Christ? There is an important book that offers an excellent example of one such engagement.

Shedding Some Light on Twilight

If Bella were my daughter, several alarm bells would be going off in my head about her relationship with Edward. I would not approve.

Why Are Parents So Unhappy? And Who Would Settle for Happiness?

Christians must see children as gifts from God, not as projects, understanding family life as a crucible for holiness, not an experiment in happiness.

PC(USA) Takes Half Step with Gays, Denounce Caterpillar

In a whirlwind of activity, the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted to lift a ban on partnered gay clergy, but turned down a bid to expand its definition of marriage to include same-sex couples.

Despicable Me Doesn't Distinguish Itself From Better Alternatives

Despicable Me bears some resemblance to Pixar's The Incredibles and has some of the irreverence of the Shrek series, but feels more like a missed opportunity than a home run.

Singles in the Church: Views from the Pulpit

If the whole point of going to church is to avoid "forsaking the assembling of ourselves together," should your church leadership develop programming to augment that which divides us? Maybe you're not thrilled with the singles ministry at your church, but where does demographic-specific ministry need to end so community can begin?

Getting the Peace to Fit

If you want to know what to expect from God in the future, study the "I wills" of Jesus...

Pastor: When Something Doesn't Sound Right

The pastor is dealing with two precious commodities when he stands in the pulpit: the precious Word of God and the fine china of people's lives.

Healing for a Backslider: Isaiah 57:14-21

  • Dr. Franklin L. Kirksey |
  • June 11, 2010 |
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Making All Things New

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • July 06, 2010 |
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How to Know the Will of God

If God has a plan for your life, how does He reveal it to you?

  • James Montgomery Boice |
  • June 24, 2010 |
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Churches Torn on Allowing Child Molesters in Pews

"All are welcome" is a common phrase on many a church sign and website. But what happens when a convicted sex offender takes those words literally?

The Twilight Feeding Frenzy

Is The Twilight Saga phenomenon just harmless, escapist entertainment? Is it nothing more than a fictitious tale of teen romance? Or is it something that easily deceives, drawing young women away from the truth to fill the empty void in their lives?

The Case Against Marriage, Courtesy of Newsweek

The Newsweek article represents what may be the most direct journalistic attack on marriage in our times, presenting arguments that had to date been made largely outside of mainstream circles

With Eclipse, Twi-Hards Have Met Their Perfect Match

From a purely technical perspective, Eclipse gives its devoted fanbase plenty to cheer about. Not only is the production value far more upscale, but the CGI has drastically improved, making it feel more like a blockbuster than a made-for-TV movie. As far as the storytelling goes, there's also far more at stake.

Airbender Ends Hopes for Shyamalan Resurgence

Director M. Night Shyamalan could use a hit, but his latest film, The Last Airbender, based on a Nickelodeon cartoon, is likely to cement his reputation as a filmmaker who peaked early and then crashed and burned.

What Kind of Encouragement Does Your Spouse Need?

Both husbands and wives need regular encouragement, but men and women tend to see encouragement differently. So what does encouragement look like for your spouse?

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • June 23, 2008 |
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How Sorry Are You… Really?

A man who had an affair angrily asks his wife, "How long do I have to pay for what I did?" When is a person's apology "enough?" What are some things we can look for to identify a truly repentant heart?

Confessions of an Insignificant Pastor

"80 percent of pastors quit the ministry in their first five years, and 1,200 ministers leave the ministry each month. Who ministers to the pastor today? Where does the minister go for help?" --Mark Elliott, author of Confessions of an Insignificant Pastor

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