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Facing the Storms: Reflections on the Alabama Tornadoes

It is a telling exercise to have to assign sudden value to everyday items. What do you cherish when the storms come?

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • April 28, 2011 |
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Learn to Discern

If disciples are learners, then we must not only address the call to discipleship and the content, but its source.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • April 27, 2011 |
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Psst... I'm Praying For You

I have a confession to make. I love to pray... for strangers.

Five Simple Steps to Discover God's Plans for You

The very title likely has some of you already objecting. Others of you are already thinking about your own questions...

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • April 21, 2011 |
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God-is-Love or God-is-Holy? Yes

Sometimes it feels like we Christians divide ourselves into these two camps.

Why Hell Is Integral to the Gospel

The doctrine of hell helps us to understand how great God is, how wretched we are, and how amazing it is that God would show us grace at all. The reality of hell will focus us on the task of proclaiming the gospel to those who are in danger of spending eternity there.

How to Use the Law - Lawfully - To Bear Fruit for God

The lawful use of Old Testament Law, argues John Piper, is to realize it is not made for the righteous.

The Power of the Cross

The cross is en vogue today as a fashion accessory, but I wonder if those who wear it have any idea what the cross really represents.

The Reality of Salvation: He Rose!

The world today says, "It's impossible for Jesus to have risen from the dead." But Peter said, "It's impossible for Jesus not to have risen from the dead!"

  • Henry & Melvin Blackaby |
  • April 14, 2011 |
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Goals & Destinations: Don't Forget to Live Along the Way

Most days, our actions and goal-mindedness would suggest we admire the two travelers who - determined to reach their destinations - passed by the injured man on the road before he was helped by the Good Samaritan.

You Don't Eat Enough!

An unopened Bible and an unused prayer closet hold no more spiritual value than uneaten vegetables do for the body.

What Every Christian Needs to Know About Passover

As many prepare to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus, knowing the cultural Jewish soil on which Jesus walked is important to a mature and growing Christian faith. Here are a few steps for help along the Passover journey.

17 Lessons Learned from John Calvin's Biography

Blogger Kevin DeYoung finds Bruce Gordon's biography of John Calvin to be chock full of practical advice for today's Christian.

Commit to Clicking Away from Internet Porn

One in three Christians – men and women alike – reports being addicted to pornography. Here's how you can take steps toward Closing the Window.

Becoming a Racially Unified Church

The reason why we haven’t solved the racial divide in America is because people apart from God are trying to invent unity, while people who belong to God are not living out the unity that we already possess.

Consumers or Creators: Being of the World or Being God’s People

American Christians generally flow in one of two cultural directions: they either tend toward being consumers or being creators. Which is more in line with God's design?

8 Steps to Meeting God in Silence and Solitude

The spiritual disciplines of silence and solitude may be quiet, but they're also full of adventure...

The Unpredictable: Thoughts on Japan's Earthquake & Tsunami

Life’s tragedies are unpredictable. How can we face the unthinkable?

Is the World About to End? What Should I Do Now?

No society or culture lasts forever. All eventually collapse—the United States will not be the exception. So what are some of the spiritual implications for this seemingly-crumbling world as it stands today?

Empowered to Act: Why Christians Should Change the World

As a result of the overwhelming suffering, injustice, and evil that frequently seems to rule the day, many of us may feel overwhelmed by a sense of despair and may think that improving these conditions is not only futile but also pointless. However...

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