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How Can I Support Myself in Ministry?

Dan, I left a corporate job 2 years ago, sold my home and have worked with a ministry in Kenya since then.

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.

Give Me Beef!

Loss for the sake of loss is stupidity. But suffering a loss for obedience to Christ is faith at its very best. Heavy words, but for "God's man," that's why it's called beef.

Five Ways to Be the Husband God Wants You to Be

Paying heed to these five biblical directives can change your life and your marriage.

The New American Dream

If the original American Dream was "opportunity" (rags-to-riches), which then morphed into "perfection," it seems to have now become "entitlement."

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 19, 2011 |
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The Signing of Jackie Robinson: How Faith Helped Racial Healing

It is long way from Portsmouth, Ohio to making history. But that is what Branch Rickey did, with help from his faith.

  • Dr. Warren Throckmorton |
  • April 15, 2011 |
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On Male Dress and Appearance

Nobody should primp and pose, and most of us would look absurd if we tried. Outward appearance is unimportant compared to inner beauty. Still, outer appearance can be a window to the soul, and it would seem to reveal that many man are taking romance for granted.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • April 12, 2011 |
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How Beleaguered Baseball Players Find Inner Peace

Tim Wakefield and J.D. Drew of the Boston Red Sox share some interesting ways they've kept their faith strong through the ups-and-downs of the major league season.

Evangelism on the Hardwood

Basketball was invented more than 100 years ago by a Christian theologian as an evangelical outreach tool. Yes, really.

Integrity under Fire: The Cost of Honor in Sports

Sports has two recent examples of costly integrity. One is a young wrestler in Iowa. The other is the Brigham Young University basketball team.

No Man Is an Island

If you are missing a parental figure or mentor in your life—seek someone willing to fill that role. If you don't have a friend—go and be that friend to someone else. If you feel you are the only one on your island—start walking because there are many others who share your feelings.

Rick Tramonto Tells All in Scars of a Chef

In Scars of a Chef, the story of top chef Rick Tramonto’s “rags to riches” journey from high school dropout to award-winning chef does not disappoint.

Saint Patrick: Practical Theologian, Social Activist

Who was Saint Patrick? History records him as a social activist, and legend marks him as a practical theologian. Would that we had more Saint Patricks today!

Retirement 101: A Quick Course for 30-Somethings

The Bible is replete with stories of old guys and gals who did great things. So, let me share a few thoughts to help you get a perspective on retirement planning...

Husbands, Love Your Wives More Than Seminary

God has not commanded husbands to love seminary. He has commanded that we love our wives and strive to protect our marriages, even from something as noble as our ministry call.

A Father’s Critical Role

Don't be fooled into thinking that dads aren't all that important. Kids need dads to validate their self-worth.

12 Ways to Love Your Homeschooling Wife

Homeschool fathers often feel as though they’d like to do more for their wives, but they’re just not sure what. Dad, a few small gestures on your part can go farther than you could ever imagine in building up and helping out your wife...

The Right Thing to Do: The Gil Meche Story

Tired of those “greedy athletes” stories? Well, I’ve got a story for you today that you may find unbelievable.

Solo Zone: Whither the Single Male Missionary?

David Brainerd was one. So was Henry Martyn. Single men serving as cross-cultural missionaries. It's a short list buy almost any measure. Think about it: how many single female missionaries are on your prayer list, and how many single males missionaries?

Sunday, Sports, and the Super Bowl: A Christian's Dilemma

Millions of fans will watch the Super Bowl this Sunday. Thousands of kids will lace up their shoes for a day of competitve sport. Something else happens on Sunday, too. What's it called again? Oh yes, church.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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