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What is 'New Age' Religion, and Why Can't Christians Get on Board?

As someone plucked out miraculously from the New Age, I can only hope that Christians who love and trust Oprah will not blur the lines of their faith.

Use Your Creativity to Change the Culture

If you want to make a powerful and lasting impact for God, you've got to do more than just consume, critique, and condemn

Discerning Your Calling: The Influence of Others

For better or worse, our family and friends influence our biggest decisions about our life calling. We need to learn to hear God's voice among all the other voices around us...

  • Margaret Feinberg |
  • December 29, 2006 |
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Sex and the Single Guy

The Pastoral Theological Implications of the Jeremiah Wright Story

Perhaps there is someone who wonders in today's world, "Can a minister really have any possible influence on the world around us?"

The Lost Girls

At the singles functions I’ve attended, I can’t help but notice how many attractive women mill around, trying to be sociable, likable, and noticed. So with so many single men out there, why are so many Christian women growing old alone?

Mistaken Identity

Two daughters: one buried under the wrong name, and one in a coma being cared for by the wrong family. Read more about this shocking case of mistaken identity that stunned the country and made national news in Mistaken Identity.

  • The Van Ryns & The Ceras |
  • April 24, 2008 |
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Critical Spirit Just as Destructive to Marriage as "Bigger" Problems

Dear Dr. David: It seems that whenever my husband comes home from work, he slips into being critical. How can I get him to see that this kind of bickering is killing my love for him?

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 26, 2007 |
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Author Insists It's Hard to Stay Sexless in the City

Just how hard is it for a woman to stay sexually pure? Very hard, insists “Anna Broadway.” As a result, this 20-something author began blogging about her experiences and has now transformed them into a memoir, Sexless in the City.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • April 15, 2008 |
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Expelled Promotes Intriguing Intelligent Design Dialogue

If those who write off intelligent design as nothing more than conservative, right-wing rhetoric would be willing to put aside their notions, they may be surprised by the provocative dialogue that’s been initiated in Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed.

Big Laughs but Troubling Morality in Baby Mama

Former Saturday Night Live star and screenwriter (of Mean Girls) Tina Fey has perfected the role of a successful working woman who longs for a baby in her role as Liz Lemon on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock. Now Fey finds similar success with Baby Mama.

Tips on Creating Peace and Order in Your Home

As a young, spontaneous girl, I was skeptical of my mom’s commitment to an organized home. I thought she needed to “loosen up” a bit...

When Christian Leaders Do Wrong

Has someone you respected let you down? Did you learn your mentor has feet of clay? I'm writing this to those who feel confused and disenfranchised by religion.

Obama’s Functional Faith

The news media and political pundits have been dissecting the now infamous comments of Sen. Barack Obama in which he told a group in San Francisco that hard economic times explain why some people cling to religion, guns, and certain political convictions.

Author Offers Hope for Hurting Parents of Adult Children

Author Allison Bottke has written a heartrendingly honest tough-love book that not only exposes the truth of her own struggles with her beloved adult child, but also includes glimpses into the lives of others with similar experiences...

A Little Fear Goes a Long Way in Marriage

It’s not that controlling people are always angry or controlling. Rather, what is more often the case is one partner is excessively angry on occasion, or even randomly, causing the other to walk around on eggshells...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 14, 2008 |
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Discover What’s Holy in What’s Ordinary

If you look for God in the midst of the ordinary, you can discover Him at work in extraordinary ways.

Memoirs of a White-Washed Tomb

A few years ago, I could give you the name of every 'Pharisee' in my church. Thank goodness I wasn’t like any of them! Then I met Jay...

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