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Lead Your Church to the True Meaning Of Christmas

Somewhere in the midst of the hustle and bustle of all the festivities, the real meaning of Christmas is lost. What's it all about? Isaiah 61 offers some clues.

  • Paula Fontana Qualls |
  • September 01, 2005 |
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The Manhattan Declaration Controversy

Why is there protest about the propriety of identifying Evangelical, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox traditions together as Christians in the recent Manhattan Declaration?

When You Are Misunderstood

Assumicide happens when you make false assumptions about others so that you can portray them in the worst possible light. Ever happen to you?

A Lesson from Tiger's Tale

The one thing that's been bothering me the most about Tiger Woods' story is this: Wasn't there anyone in his life who was holding him accountable?

Advent in Church and Cultural Tradition

Celebrating Advent helps families prepare for the coming of Christ. But where do Advent traditions come from?

Handling the Holidays During Divorce or Loss

October through December can be an excruciating time of year for those who have experienced a loss. Is there someone you know who may be struggling this year? If so, here are a few practical tips to share.

  • Laura Petherbridge |
  • December 01, 2009 |
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The Promise of Marriage

The marriage promise is the foundation upon which happy families are formed. When a man and woman are mature and selfless enough to do what it takes to stay true to their promise, everyone wins.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 24, 2009 |
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Seven Things I'm Learning about Worship

Chances are you have strong opinions about worship philosophy, or know someone who does. It's a constant clash in our contemporary churches, but here are some truths about worship upon which we might all agree.

He Said-She Said: Praying for Specific Qualities in a Spouse

One reader asks: "Is it wrong to pray specifically for those things we want in a spouse and for how we want a spouse to look?" What a great question! Find out how "He" and "She" have answered in response in this edition of "He Said-She Said."

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • November 26, 2009 |
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Jesus Has AIDS

7 Reasons Not to Speak When You Are Angry

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • December 04, 2009 |
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$pending this Christmas or Spending it Well

  • S. Michael Craven |
  • December 07, 2009 |
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Why the Nativity?

In Why the Nativity? 25 Compelling Reasons We Celebrate the Birth of Jesus, author David Jeremiah addresses the top 25 questions frequently asked about the birth of Jesus. Here, he answers "Why the Prophecies?" and "Why Did God Become Man?"

Out of Your Comfort Zone: Live the Life God Intends

Not only is Nehemiah's story a manual on leadership and organization, it shows us what God can do through one whose heart is completely His.

Where Are the Brave Christian Thinkers?

Religion is not one of The Atlantic’s categories of “brave new thinkers” and no one listed could be construed as a religious thinker in the wrong category. Why is that?

The Case of Hannah Overton

Inflation: 7 Simple Financial Insights to Help You Cope

We haven't faced serious inflation for more than a generation in the U.S. If that changes and inflation really does heat up, many Americans will have no idea how to adjust. Here are seven simple financial insights for successfully coping with inflation...

The Power of Rewriting Your Story

We recognize that objects and money can be fleeting, and if we're too attached to them and they disappear, we're in for a world of hurt. But, what if we've become too attached to our own story? What if we unwittingly allow ourselves to become welded to a particular view of ourselves to the point of becoming immobilized?

  • Dr. David Hawkins |
  • November 23, 2009 |
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How to Work with Others to Change Your Community

Christianity is a team sport. If you are to take up a cause in your community - from empowering the poor, to reconciling people in conflict - you'll be much more effective working with others than alone.

Your Brain in Love

You and your spouse can experience lasting passion together if you understand how each of your brains work, and how to use tht knowledge to keep passion alive in your relationship.

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