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The Victor over Temptation

Most of us who seek to follow the leadership of Jesus Christ discover that the big lures - murder, adultery, theft and the like - tend to disappear. It's the little traps that we stumble into.

Egyptian Christians Sent to Prison after Brutal Police Raid

Following a brutal raid on six Christian brothers and their café because they had opened for business during Ramadan, a judge sentenced them to three years in prison with hard labor.

Why Jesus Compared Unforgiveness To the Sycamine Tree

When you understand everything that is connected to the sycamine tree, you’ll know exactly why Jesus chose to use this tree as an example of bitterness and unforgiveness in Luke 17:6.

Waiting for Patience

Why can't we be content to sit back and trust the Lord's timing over our own anxiety and urgency?

The Distinguishing Mark of Christianity

Yes, we're freed from sin and ultimate judgment. But Scripture repeatedly calls Christians "slaves," purchased for God. This is the very essence of what it means to be a Christian. And, yes, this is a good thing.

He Said-She Said: Showing Interest without Causing Lust

"God has given us the desire to be sexual, and I believe being flirtatious is okay. How does a woman let a man know she is interested and not cause lust?" Find out what "He" and "She" have said in response.

  • Cliff Young & Laura MacCorkle |
  • January 15, 2009 |
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Let Go of Your Burdens

God stands ready to deliver you from whatever burdens you’re carrying. But unlike the sudden rescue you may be hoping for, your deliverance may come in the form of a process instead...

Critics' Choice: Top Movies of 2008

It's time to announce our favorite movies of 2008! Our panel consists of our three regular movie critics and four staff editors. Each submits their personal top ten films of the year which serves as our list of nominees. Then, our editorial team picks its favorite films with the most consideration given to the films with the most votes.

  • Editorial Staff and Film Critics |
  • January 26, 2009 |
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Obama and the Arabs

Rather than use his interview with Arab television to point the Arab world to the positive results America has achieved for them, President Obama used this opportunity to throw America under the bus.

Hearing God at the End of a Bad Day

Sometimes a bad performance is due to circumstances beyond our control, and many times it is evidence of depending only on ourselves and not on the sufficiency of Christ.

Invite Chivalry into Your Marriage

Five Difficult Steps for Overcoming Sin

The Holy Spirit, not a New Year's resolution, is the Agent of meaningful transformation in our lives...

  • Dr. Chuck Betters |
  • January 22, 2008 |
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'Free Finally of His Burdens': Bush at Home

History will judge whether George W. Bush was a great president. But given how he has personally conducted himself in the midst of much personal vilification, it has already been decided that he is a great man.

Learn to Be Fully Human from the Son of Man

The more you get to know about Jesus' human qualities, the more you can learn about yourself.

Speak Your Spouse’s Language

Your husband seems to say one thing yet do another. Your wife seems to expect you to read her mind. Learn to effectively communicate with tips from Gary Chapman's recent book Now You're Speaking My Language...

Being Slow to Speak

Slow to speak. It sounds easy enough. But how easy is it when you hear something that you disagree with? What happens when someone is sharing something that you know a great deal more about? What if someone says something that’s offensive?

A Prayer for President Obama

As Barack Obama prepares to take the oath of office and become the 44th President of the United States, Christians should be thinking about how to pray for the new President. I offer this prayer as a place to start.

Love of Literature Extolled in Inkheart

Inkheart brings Cornelia Funke's much-loved novel to life without losing the glorious detail and character development in the process—an essential for great literature and an oft-neglected feature of many novels-turned-movies.

  • Christa Banister |
  • January 23, 2009 |
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Has the “Greener Grass" Syndrome Invaded Your Marriage?

It is quite common to idealize the lives of others and falsely believe our lives are less...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • January 12, 2009 |
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