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Life in Abundance: What Does it Really Mean?

Life abundant is not perfect. It's not free from danger or from those who would steal it from us. But it is a good life when we fully trust the Good Shepherd.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • January 24, 2008 |
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The Hitchhiker

The next time you see a homeless person and think "I shouldn't give them cash; they will just spend it on something bad," or "They did this to themselves," remember: the same is true about us.

More Zany Adventures on Display in Museum Sequel

Can lightning strike twice in the same place? It can if you switch locations and seriously revamp the storyline, which is exactly what the filmmakers smartly did this time around in the sequel, Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.

How to Get Your Life in Rhythm

If you stop the futile effort of trying to live in balance and instead live in harmony with life's natural rhythms, you'll accomplish what matters most with less stress and guilt.

Spiritual Intimacy: Fulfilling God's Plan for Your Marriage

Are you lacking spiritual intimacy in your marriage? Take a look at some of the signs spiritual intimacy may be missing from your relationship...

  • Dr. Gary and Barbara Rosberg |
  • May 12, 2009 |
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Money Shaky? 10 Ways to Get Your Financial Footing

Stephen Bloom, a lecturer of economics and personal finance at Messiah College and an estate planning attorney, has identified 10 building blocks for solid financial foundations.

Angels & Demons Is Not the Movie You Think

On film, Angels & Demons is rewritten to follow the events of The Da Vinci Code. And so Christians are perhaps not unjustified in expecting this prequel/sequel to deal with our faith in a heavy-handed fashion. But it does not.

Introvert? Don't Shy Away from Evangelism

You are called to share the amazing news of the gospel whether you are bubbly and outgoing or not. Here are some suggestions on Evangelism for the Rest of Us.

10 Ways to Save a Marriage After an Affair

Churches usually grant the offended spouse the right to start over with a new mate. May I offer another possibility?

Examining the Praying Life

Are we courageous enough to articulate the quiet cynicism or spiritual weariness that develops when heartfelt prayer goes unanswered? Or the glib way people talk about prayer that reinforces our cynicism? Do we honestly know if prayer makes much difference?

Sweet and Powerful Moments of Prayer

"The Hymn Lady" reflects upon Sweet Hour of Prayer and how it teaches us to relieve our burdens through prayer... even if we think we don't know how to pray.

Contentment: A Key to Keeping Your Love Alive

About six months ago, my husband said he thought the Lord was trying to teach him to be content with mediocrity. Mediocrity? I thought, Never! But in light of a few life lessons of my own, I think I now understand what my husband was saying...

Let Go: Living Free of the Burden All Women Know

Burdened. The word alone makes shoulders sink. Yet God commands us to let go and live free. Sound impossible? Sheila Walsh thought so - until God proved himself again and again through his Word, his people, and her life.

Fathers, Sons and Homosexuality

The causes of homosexuality continue to both fascinate and divide people. Here, one Christian psychologist examines the popular father-deficit theory.

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • May 12, 2009 |
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Why Waiting is Really Trusting

God often gives his people a dream, a desire, a calling... and then puts them through a period of waiting.

Star Trek Goes Back to the Future

A favorite sci-fi franchise is reborn with Star Trek, director J.J. Abrams' take on the early days of James T. Kirk, Spock and the other well-known crew members aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise. The film’s fresh approach to the well-worn franchise takes viewers back to the origins of the crew's beloved characters.

Loving Your Spouse with a Whole Heart

No matter how discouraged you may feel, it’s possible to experience love for your spouse. That’s because love comes from God rather than from you.

We Want to Be Pursued!

You don’t have to be among Christian single women very long to hear one common refrain: “We want to be pursued”—followed close on the heels by “Why won’t the guys ask us out?”

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