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“Just Livin’ the Life!”

There’s a phrase that conjures up a life that’s care-free, at peace, and enjoyable. Sometimes people say they’re “just livin’ the life.” The idea is that I’m just living this unbelievably sought-after life. Of course, that’s a fantasy...

Angry at God

A new set of studies in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology find that those who are atheists and agnostics are also those who are most angry at God.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • February 03, 2011 |
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Stuck in a Groundhog Day Faith?

Seventeen years ago a funny and underappreciated movie came on the scene. Groundhog Day told the story of a self-absorbed news reporter (redundancy alert?) that finds himself stuck in an endless repeat of the same day.

Known by Our Fruit

We will find out what we are made of by what comes out of our mouths in both good and bad circumstances.

Why Facebook (and Your Church) Might Be Making You Sad

Nobody is as happy as he seems on Facebook. Let’s train ourselves not for spin control, but for prayer, for repentance, for joy.

The Tale of the Third Follower: Excerpt from Lazarus Awakening

"I need to talk," Lisa whispered in my ear one day after women's Bible study. A committed Christian with a deep passion for the Lord, my friend had tears pooling in her dark eyes as we found a quiet corner where we could talk.

Turning Yourself In

There is no peace of mind when you're on the run. Are you tired of being a fugitive from God?

The Government on His Shoulders; The Kingdom of Jesus Christ

Looking at a litany of failed monarchs, and sitting in the rubble of Israel's monarchy, Isaiah looked across the centuries to a time when God would rule on earth through His Son...

Christianity is for Losers

In this world, losers don't get the prize. Ever. It's like water running uphill. But that's what it's like in the Kingdom of God.

Top 10 Most-Searched Bible Verses: What’s Missing?

You’ve seen many of these verses on bumper stickers, bookmarks, and plaques you can buy in a Christian bookstore. Tim Tebow wrote some of them on his eye black, knowing cameras would zoom in on it...

How to Replace Food Cravings with God Cravings

After a stressful day, when you're seeking peace, do you spend time with God in prayer? Or do you find comfort in a plate of brownies? Changing that behavior begins with realizing you were Made to Crave.

The 'Noes' Have It...

Regular readers of the humble ramblings know that I started my journey in a legalistic church. We had several bound volumes of things that were a big NO!

11 Tips for Studying the Bible at the Dinner Table

Some months ago we started a new tradition at the Driscoll dining table that has been a blessing...

  • Pastor Mark Driscoll |
  • January 18, 2011 |
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How to Accomplish More with Only One Thing

We hear it all the time: "Focus on the 6 most important things for today." But is it possible to accomplish more with less? Have you ever tried the principle of the One Thing?

  • Rebecca Barlow Jordan |
  • January 17, 2011 |
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Sin, Civil Rights, and Missions: MLK Day Reflections

Martin Luther King and most of the other great black leaders were cut from a different cloth, one that recognized the biblical doctrine of human depravity as a great antidote to racism, since it makes it harder for us to view others humans—whatever race—as less advantaged before God.

Five Pursuits to Lead You Out of Chronic Hopelessness

Life brings some long, hard seasons: illness, financial struggles, a culture that depletes our energies from pursuing God. But as with all things, God has The Cure for the Chronic Life.

A Prayer with Haiti

Kent Annan, author of the new book After Shock: Searching for Honest Faith When Your World is Shaken, moved to Haiti eight years ago and lived in Darbonne, near the epicenter of last year's earthquake. A year later, he lifts this public prayer to God.

Seven Steps toward Breaking Destructive Patterns

No matter how deeply you've been drawn into destructive patterns, God is ready to give you the Power to Reinvent Yourself.

iF@ith: Connecting with God in the 21st Century

Bloggers, tweeters, texters, emailers, and all of you who are accustomed to moving quickly, thinking quickly, and acting quickly while also tweeting and messaging multiple times in a day: Dan Darling's message is for you. Read an excerpt from iF@ith.

It's Time to Start Confessing Good Things about Yourself!

What kind of things do you say about yourself? I used to be so hyper-critical of myself that one day the Holy Spirit spoke to me about it...

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