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Myths and Facts about Alcohol Consumption

There are several myths about alcohol consumption that contribute to some parents and teens having a false sense of security about drinking.

  • Stephen Arterburn and Jim Burns |
  • July 04, 2007 |
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Getting the Gospel of Jesus Christ Right

Is saving faith merely a matter of saying a "sinner's prayer?" Instead of calling men and women to surrender to Christ, modern evangelism asks them only to accept some basic facts about Him. Do such people really belong to the family of God, or are they deceived?

How to Handle a Money Crisis

You know what to do in a medical emergency, but do you know what to do when faced with a big fat financial crisis?

Faith: More than an Act

Do the people with whom you interact during the week see the same you that others in your congregation see? Maybe you need to Stop Acting Like a Christian, and Just be One.

Less Darkness, More Lessons in Fifth Harry Potter

In all the Harry Potter movies, witchcraft, wizardry, magic, spells and fleshly power look very appealing. The Order of the Phoenix stays away from some of the more overt dark images and teaches (whether intentionally or not) some interesting spiritual lessons.

Spotlight Gives Pujols Opportunity to Shine for Christ

"Every time I reach base or step on the plate," Albert Pujols told the Christian Family Day crowd of 9,000-plus, "I remind myself it’s not about Albert Pujols, it’s about Jesus Christ."

Should You Leave the Business World for Ministry?

If you’re working in the secular business world but dream of working for a church or ministry instead, does that mean you should quit your current job and cross over?

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • July 09, 2007 |
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The Five Priorities of a Godly Husband – Part I

In the midst of the busyness of life it is easy to lose sight of the priorities that should guide us in our responsibilities to our wives, children and the Lord.

The Duty of Leaders: Getting our Priorities Straight in the Church

Joshua is the model leader for those who accept a calling in the household of faith.

Marriage Is Just a Piece of Paper - Part 1

Today, living together has become a popular counterfeit to marriage and one of the most deceptive lies in truth’s clothing. The wedding day is documented with more than beautiful photos—it’s sealed by a piece of paper called a marriage license, and The Naked Truth is that it’s not just any piece of paper.

Singles Q&A: Bride or Breadwinner

When you marry, your marriage is supposed to point beyond you to the mystery of Christ and his church. Your job is not seen in the same light in Scripture. You would be truly living counter-culturally if you put your best efforts into your marriage over your career.

Less is More for Those Who Choose Simple Lives

It’s easy to make choices that are choreographed to the beat of our materialistic culture. But some people who have chosen to simplify their lives march to a distinctly different beat, declaring with quiet confidence that “less is more.”

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • July 02, 2007 |
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The Five Priorities of a Godly Husband – Part II

How can husbands live out their calling effectively? Keep your focus on these five Biblical priorities...

Transformers Goes for Style over Substance

Transformers proves yet again that a movie needs just a little bit more that mind-numbing special effects to be any good. Lack of substance, however, will not prevent this movie from making the studio a big pile of cash this summer.

Stemming the Tide of Deception

Jesus said that one of the signs of the last days would be an explosion of religious deception. Christians dare not apologize for identifying false teaching as such.

Ending the Control Dance in Your Marriage

Dear Dr. David: My husband is controlling. When he tells me something I should change, I try it, except it is never good enough or once that situation is fixed, he will start in on something else...

Iraq's Christians Cry: "Please Don't Leave Us"

Canon Andrew White of St. George's Baghdad, reports in a series of email updates of the worsening crisis in the country and the suffering of the Christians which has intensified over the last few months.

Evan Almighty: An Ark to Remember

Using the story of Noah as a modern-day parable about priorities, persecution and even environmental peril, director Tom Shadyac hopes the timely message behind Evan Almighty will connect with the masses.

New Book Debunks Megachurch Myths

Beyond Megachurch Myths: What We Can Learn from America’s Largest Churches takes a look at seven common myths about megachurches.

When Divorce Appears Imminent

I am a thirty-five year old woman, with two children, whose husband decided he didn’t want to be married anymore and left suddenly. He won’t really talk to me, and I don’t know if there is anything I can still do to try to save things, or if I have to accept the inevitable...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • June 22, 2007 |
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