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5 Myths about Spiritual Depth

It's good we want to "dig deeper", but we first need to destroy myths about what this looks like

How to Go Undercover for God

People who don’t yet know Jesus sometimes close themselves off from hearing the Gospel message because of biases they may hold against Christians as arrogant or even rude people.

Something's Missing from Your Giving

How much are we supposed to give this week? We won’t know unless we take the time to ask God!

The Trouble with “Sharing”

Consider this, that in the course of sharing your hopelessness with the group you are actually engaging in it

  • Andrée Seu Peterson |
  • June 25, 2012 |
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How to Trade Passive Belief for Active Faith

If your Christian life is boring or unfulfilling, you’re not living the life Jesus is calling you to live. Your faith should challenge you to keep learning and growing in exciting ways that change your life for the better.

The Ultimate How-To Guide: How to Display God's Character

Imagine a son whose father journeyed to a distant country and then wrote his son a series of letters, instructing him on how he was to carry on the family name and how he was to conduct the family business. Yet suppose that the son never read his father’s letters. How would this son ever learn to represent the father and conduct the father’s business? He wouldn’t. And neither does the local church that ignores the Word of God.

Cloning Christians: The Art of Spiritual Parenting

How to's from four Bible mentors

Spiritual Intelligence: What Is It?

For Christians, spiritual intelligence would include our ability to recognize how God works through us.

  • Dr. Stanley J. Ward |
  • June 18, 2012 |
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How to Hear from God Regularly

God is constantly speaking to people. But too often, they miss out on hearing God’s messages because they seek His guidance only occasionally – usually when they’re going through a crisis or facing a major decision.

How to Answer Satan's Accusations

Apart from the grace of God, Satan is absolutely right about who we are.

Daddy's Girl: The Love of a Father

In my teenage years, I wanted nothing more than to sing and make my parents proud. My dad was especially at the top of my list. He isn’t easily excited or impressed, so when he acknowledged my achievements, it was something I always celebrated.

Flag Day: Praying for the Welfare of Our Land

You may not get the day off to celebrate tomorrow, but Flag Day is worth remembering.

How to Grow from Spiritual Pilgrimages

Taking a spiritual pilgrimage – visiting a site that has played in an important role in Christian history – can propel you closer to God.


Can we fully believe in God and still have doubts about Him?

Go and Tell: Taking a Summer Missions Trip

Before you head out to change the world, you might want to consider a few things—a “pre-missions checklist” if you will.

Hospitality for Those Who Would Rather Stay 'In'

True hospitality begins on the inside, which is exactly where introverts confront how we, too, “are distracted by many things.”

Learning to Give My Worries Over to God

Learning to Give My Worries Over to God

  • Carmen at Life Blessons |
  • June 04, 2012 |
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I've Been Forgiven? Wow, I'd Forgotten

Barren, unproductive, lifeless believers are either blind or short-sighted, and have clearly forgotten they were ever forgiven for their sins in the first place.

Why in the World Would God Want to Use Me?

It is impossible to understand Abraham's faith without realizing that there was nothing in Abraham that commended him to God. God does not look down from heaven to find a person who has a bit of divine righteousness or a bit of faith.

  • James Montgomery Boice |
  • May 23, 2012 |
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8 Things Contentment Opposes

Jeremiah Burrough’s The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment is one of the most important and personally-impactful Puritan works I’ve ever read. Let me give you just a taste of what Burroughs has to say about contentment.

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