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Are Weddings No Longer Sacred?

As a Christian, I wonder what God’s perspective might be about today’s wedding extravaganzas. According to CNN, the average cost of a wedding soared to $26,327 in 2005...

  • Sharon Hanby-Robie |
  • April 24, 2007 |
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Being Best Friends with Your Mate

Many people make the fatal mistake of putting friendship with their mate on the backburner. Let's hear from a reader who found a solution to this problem...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 31, 2008 |
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What Would Jesus Do: Discerning Which Biblical Laws Matter, and Which Don't

What am I supposed to think when "don't clip your sideburns too short" is right next to "don't practice fortune-telling"? Can I know which principles God wants me to live by, and which ones to ignore?

Zellweger, Clooney Make an Affable Team in Leatherheads

Taking its cues from fast-talking screwball comedies of years past, Leatherheads is a sports-themed battle of the sexes that largely succeeds because of the chemistry of its leads—George Clooney and Renée Zellweger.

How You Can Face Crisis Without Panic

Have you received some bad news lately? The temptation is to panic, but there is another way to respond.

What Are We Singing: Better is One Day in Your Courts

At the end of our twenty-four hour adventure, my daughter exclaimed, "This was the best day ever!" But was it the best day imaginable?

Dangerous Denial

How many times have I not wanted to admit something was "wrong" in my life?

Loving Others Well

The love that Jesus talks about is not a passing or temporary emotion. Rather it’s a choice, a decision, a commitment, an action. In order to love others in the same way that Jesus loves us, we must learn how to love the Lord, and then how to love ourselves.

Is Jeremiah Wright Mainstream?

Albert Mohler speaks with African-American pastor Eric Redmond of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Maryland about the controversy surrounding Barack Obama and Jeremiah Wright as well as the prevalence of Black Liberation Theology in the African-American church.

The Dangers of the Daily Grind

I'll be the first to admit that I often become so ensnared in routine that I tend to forget that my marriage is more important than vacuuming the bathroom rugs...

Paul's Four Criteria of the 'Worshipping Unbeliever'

Near the end of 2 Corinthians, Paul writes, "Examine yourselves, to see whether you are in the faith." That seems a curious admonition to serve up to church members, don’t you think?

Rediscovering Sabbath Rest

Rest was woven into the fabric of creation. And what we find as we take time off from the rhythms of work is—as the old Hebrew saying goes—not that we keep the Sabbath, but that the Sabbath keeps us.

Preaching on Sensitive Subjects

Atheism Versus Christ's Literal Resurrection

The linchpin of all Christian doctrine is the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Atheists have the unenviable challenge of trying to prove a negative—that the resurrection didn't happen.

  • Dr. Mark W. Hendrickson |
  • March 26, 2008 |
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Create the Home Your Family Needs

If you’re intentional about creating the kind of home your family needs to thrive, you’ll make a significant positive impact on their lives that will matter for eternity.

Forgiveness: An Ongoing Process

If you've done something extremely hurtful to your spouse and are seeking her forgiveness, then you can't expect the healing to take place immediately.

  • Greg, Gary and Michael Smalley |
  • April 18, 2007 |
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He is Risen: Evidence beyond Reasonable Doubt

Hasn't Christ's being raised from the dead already passed the "test of deliberative reason" for any objective observer?

Go Deeper in Your Relationship with God

You can say all the right things, do all the right things, and yet still not experience the deep relationship God wants you to have with Him. Here's how to go Deeper.

Just a “Little” Gossip

Whether it happens at the water cooler at work or among church friends, gossip is no small thing...

  • Margaret D. Mitchell |
  • March 06, 2008 |
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The Myth of the 'High Class' Call Girl

The scandal surrounding Governor Spitzer has put a spotlight on the exploitation of women. And the reality of entities like the Emperor's VIP club turns out to be anything but "high class"...

  • Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D. |
  • March 21, 2008 |
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