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The Power of Apology

“Look,” Peter said angrily to his wife, Janice. “I told you I’m sorry. What else do you expect from me?” I watched Janice for her reaction to Peter’s stern words...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • June 29, 2009 |
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Governors, Quarterbacks, and Soul Mates

How can self-professing Christian men like Gov. Sanford and Steve McNair make decisions so destructive to their marriages?

How to Live the Words of the Lord's Prayer

Do you wish to walk in "the way of the disciple"? Here is how to stop taking the words of the Lord's Prayer for granted and start living them.

Public Enemies Shoots 'Em Up in Style

Probably one of Hollywood’s greatest chameleons, Johnny Depp forgoes his usual oddball character and fully embraces the role of a real-life criminal, who was something of a folk hero in the Great Depression era, in Public Enemies.

Playing Church? Or Worship?

As a little girl, 'playing church' was great fun and a delightful way to pass an afternoon. Playing church is, however, a pathetic and meaningless way to pass a lifetime.

  • Mary Southerland |
  • November 14, 2007 |
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Prevent Divorce Before You Get Married

If you use the time you’re engaged to learn healthy relational patterns, you can avoid the hurtful patterns that creep up in marriage and often lead spouses to divorce...

The Rise of Extreme Tolerance

In the church today, there is a growing reluctance to take a definitive stand on any issue. Discernment is frankly not very welcome.

Living -- and Dying -- Well

God loves each of His children so deeply and wants them to know Him. His desire for them is to find peace and to come home to Him when He calls...

Worship: The Key to Drawing Near to God

If you could attend a first-century church gathering, I think you would say, "Wow, listen to how they speak to God! He seems so real to them! They seem to have such intimacy, such freedom, and such power!"

Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Stoning of Soraya M.

Soraya’s only crime was being what was called “an inconvenient wife,” for standing in the way of her Muslim husband’s second marriage.

Creativity of Ice Age Series Close to Extinction

While the filmmaker’s efforts weren’t a total bust, thanks to colorful animation, some cool CGI effects and a decent accompanying soundtrack, it’s simply not enough to elevate Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs from mediocrity.

Jon and Kate, It's Not Too Late

My message to the Gosselins is this: God can heal the wounds of your past and the wounds of the present in your marriage.

  • Dr. Beverly Rodgers |
  • June 17, 2009 |
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Is God Our Cheerleader, or Are We His?

There seem to be two predominant schools of thought when it comes to how God is active in our spiritual lives, and the core of the difference is who is central in the story - us or Him.

Reevangelizing the Church: What is the Gospel?

Now that we are standing at the crossroads of the church's departure from the truth, we can look to the ancient paths: the Scriptures.

My Sister's Keeper Explores Life, Death and Moral Dilemma

Filmmakers decided Jodi Picoult’s novel, My Sister’s Keeper, had big-screen potential. They also agreed that the original ending was a little too much. So in a move that’s been widely debated online, the story’s conclusion has been softened a little.

How to Pray for Yourself with Reckless Abandon

You probably pray for other people regularly, but when was the last time you prayed for yourself? It's not selfish; it's essential to a Faith Set Free.

Transformers Sequel Lacks Any Real Human Connection

Just in case you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to watch someone else play videogames for two and a half hours, sitting through Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen will definitely satiate your curiosity.

You Are No Accident; God Chose You

"My parents didn't plan me. I was an accident no one expected." Some people use this phrase as an excuse for not accepting more responsibility in life, but they fail to remember nothing surprises God.

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