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Who Touched Me? The Unclean Woman Healed by Jesus

Jesus is ready to touch our lives, no matter how insignificant we feel.

Christ's Resurrection vs. Those of Other 'Gods'

"Not only is Christianity fake," said the student, "it's not even original," since other ancient religions feature resurrection stories.

How Do I Find My Calling?
How Do I Find My Calling?

How can we figure out our calling in life, especially when our path seems ever-changing? Nicole Unice explains how embracing the winding path God has you on may be the best way to discover your call.
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Five Ways to Handle Irrational Fear

Fears of several varieties took hold of my heart early on as a young adult, but through the years God has brought amazing freedom.

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • April 03, 2013 |
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Trying To Catch With No Glove

Having protection for battle is of no use if it's not worn.

The Best Kind of Protest

How should Christians respond to insults and vitriol from the culture?

A Step of Faith Often Begins with a Leap

Are our actions based on calculated moves rather than faith in God's larger plan for our lives?

How to Embrace Your Identity as God's Child

We’ve heard that God loves us. But do our lives reflect that reality? They will if we practice Discovering Our Spiritual Identity.

Who Will Roll Away Your Stone?

Do you have stones stuck in deep ruts at the entrance of your heart—stones of fear, rebellion, despair, or discouragement?

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • March 28, 2013 |
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When Easter Feels Overwhelming: Sometimes It Gets Worse Before It Gets Better

It seemed whenever I thought of Easter, I thought only of Easter Sunday -- the celebration of resurrected life -- or Good Friday -- the death Christ suffered on the cross. I never thought about the Saturday in-between.

Experience the Power of the Resurrection Every Day

The resurrection is more than just an event that happened once in history. It's your source of power!

10 Reasons Why It Is More Blessed to Give than to Receive

The most unbelieved beatitude in the Bible is: “It is more blessed to give than receive” (Acts 20:35). The giver happier than the getter? Surely some mistake?

Bringing a Knife to a Gunfight

I've always found the "armor of God" passage in Ephesians 6 a rich vein of Scripture. Specifically, how we can stand strong in our faith in the face of enormous, ferocious opposition to stand at all.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 21, 2013 |
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Defeating Our Worst Enemy: Pride

Could pride actually be THE primary source of human relationship problems? I think so.

Christian Doctrine is Practical

Because many evangelicals view doctrine as heady and theoretical, they dismiss it as unimportant, divisive, threatening, or simply impractical.

Cynicism is Not a Spiritual Gift?

Recently I spotted a T-Shirt that conveys a sad truth: "I’m not cynical. I’m just experienced." I receive a pretty steady stream of correspondence from "experienced" Christians who are fighting cynicism.

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!

Why The Smallest Movements Brings God The Greatest Pleasure

Even when we're feeling anxious and small, we can bring God the greatest pleasure.

How to Live with True Purity

So Christians often talk about purity – but only in the sense of avoiding sexual immorality. There’s a better way to pursue purity.

Can I Love Sinners Too, Lord? Yes, Permission Granted

Permission Granted is an amalgam of true stories, the author’s tumbling emotions, and her desperate desire to face her fears and figure out how to love people as Jesus loves people.

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