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Don’t Let Counterfeit Convictions Ruin Christmas

As we celebrate the ultimate gift of the freedom we have in Christ, it's healthy to explore why we feel like we're in bondage in other areas.

Flying with the Flock: Why We Need a Church Community

Barna Research determined that one out of every four adults does not attend a church, and the “unattached” feel more stressed out and less optimistic about their futures than regular churchgoers.

Are You Motivated By Grace or Guilt? Shake Off Feelings of Guilt

The Bible says there is no condemnation for those in Christ. Why would we be movitivated by feelings of guilt rather than grace?

Making Thanksgiving Memories that Matter

In these times of economic difficulties, may we all keep in mind what really matters when it comes to creating happy memories.

Why Moralism Is Not the Gospel -- And Why So Many Christians Think It Is

The basic structure of moralism comes down to this -- the belief that the Gospel can be reduced to improvements in behavior.

The Crushing Weight of Glory

If the Apostle Paul suffered greatly and found joy, those of us who suffer lightly in comparison should be able to find the same joy.

A Soul Pick-Me-Up: Write Letters Of Gratitude

Not in the mood to be thankful? Try this soul pick-me-up: letters of gratitude.

Ruth: Sex, Race, and God's Sovereignty at Work

Ruth is a very old book. How is it relevant and helpful for life today? John Piper discusses seven reasons why this book of love, ethnicity, and God's sovereignty deserves our attention.

The Power of the Tongue

Words, often spoken without thought, can construct and create or damage and destroy.

Staying Spiritual During the Holidays

Joy-to-the-world begins with each of us individually. Therefore, we must guard against our output exceeding our intake.

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The Discipline of Going to Church

Attending church can become routine, but this is one routine worth cultivating.

Why Do People Matter?

Avoiding eye contact, not offering greetings, and other anti-social behavior is common, but hardly Christian. How do we overcome natural indifference - even hostility - toward others?

Clean it out.

Sometimes my soul needs a good deep cleaning.

What A Vietnam Vet Taught Me About My Personal Battles

I had never met a war veteran face to face, until I met Butch. Our one-on-one interview showed me how God is setting me free from childhood hurts.

Sleeping Together and Christ's Global Cause

If a Christian man in his 40s meets a Christian woman who seems to be an answer to prayer, and they become intimate, and then feel guilty that they don't feel guilty, what do we say to that?

All Saints Day - November 1

All Saints Day serves as an annual reminder that every follower of Christ belongs to something very big and... ancient.

Spiritual Cyborg

There are no overnight successes in Spiritual maturity

Make Jesus look good.

What if I would always be compelled to do the things that made Jesus look good?

What Jesus Left Out of The Great Commandment

The best part of the Great Commandment is the part Jesus left out

Why Jesus Compared Unforgiveness To the Sycamine Tree

When you understand everything that is connected to the sycamine tree, you’ll know exactly why Jesus chose to use this tree as an example of bitterness and unforgiveness in Luke 17:6.

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