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The Men in Christ's Life: Doubting Thomas

There are times in all our lives that we may question God. We may question if He is really there. We may question that Jesus was His son. We may question if He really cares about us and is listening to us. We may question if He loves us and why.

Redemption Television: Chris Seay on The Gospel According to LOST

The author of The Gospel According to LOST stops by to explain why he relates to series hero Jack Shephard, how the show turned the Gilligan's Island survivor model on its ear, and how LOST can be used to engage others in conversations about faith, salvation, and redemption.

Materialism: Thumos-Numbing

Forgotten Fathers: Men Suffer After an Abortion, Too

The media -- and pro-lifers, too, for that matter -- focus on abortion as being just a woman's issue. But abortion is not just about women and babies.

Reasons Not To Budget

If you've resisted the idea of establishing a personal budget in the past, perhaps you're clinging to one or more of these favorite reasons not to budget.

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 19, 2010 |
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Provocation: Killer of Communication

A couple can be having a perfectly healthy, comfortable conversation and have it turn instantly by someone's provocation...

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • January 12, 2010 |
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Why Our Happiness is So Sad

Under New Management

A compartmentalized life isn't often a healthy one because being a "whole" person requires the development of body, soul, mind and spirit.

How to Be a Man

Boaz doesn’t have a book named after him in the Bible, and his entire life is only mentioned in three chapters of Ruth. But in those three short chapters, Boaz shows us how to be a man of God, how to be a man in business and how to be a man in a relationship.

Kingdom Singleness

Two books have really made an impression upon me: Laura Smit's Loves Me, Loves Me Not and Lauren Winner's Real Sex. They contain what's desperately missing in the “Christian living” section of our bookstores, particularly for singles.

How to Wrap Your Christmas Presence

In hard times when Christmas presents are smaller, wrappings become bigger. But who really believes it's what's on the outside that counts?

  • Dr. Bill Lawrence |
  • December 18, 2009 |
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'Game Plan for Life': Joe Gibbs’ Playbook for Success

What many fans may not realize is that my friend Joe Gibbs’s ultimate goal has never been victories on the football field or the race track. He shares more in his book, Game Plan for Life.

The Tiger (Woods) in You

Tiger Woods isn’t as bad as he could be. But neither is he the role model he appeared to be.

Avoid These 5 Resume Mistakes

Here are five resume mistakes you can easily avoid to make sure your resume gets the positive reaction you want.

  • Kevin Brennfleck and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • December 08, 2009 |
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Hit From My Blind Side

Looking for God on The Road

The Road, author Cormac McCarthy’s next book to hit the big screen this month, was inspired by his relationship with his young son John, born when McCarthy was 65. The result is a stunning love story between a father and his son set against the most horrific backdrop imaginable.

  • Jay Swartzendruber |
  • December 01, 2009 |
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How to Fan the Flame of Romance in Your Marriage

The Song of Solomon is all about romance in marriage. Among other things, it very clearly shows that God intends for sexual intimacy in marriage to be rich, exciting, and fulfilling...

Bridging the Gap Between Faith and Work

In many cases, Christian-owned businesses look and act no different than secular companies. But God sees a very different purpose for business, because work and worship are the same to Him...

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