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Why Potential Doesn't Equal Success

How can teens—who have been given so much from their Christian parents, good churches, and godly examples—chuck it all in favor of the temporary pleasures of sin?

Intriguing Havah Explores Life in Eden

Author Tosca Lee has taken the first four chapters of the Bible and filled in details I never even thought to wonder about. Did Adam and Eve tell their children about their life in the Garden? If so, did they include the part about forbidden fruit or conveniently leave that out? What was it like to be the first humans?

Learning Patience from the Big-Time Operator

I know God's conception of time varies greatly from mine. I know a thousand years with the Lord is as a day. I know God takes the long-term view of temporal events. I know all that; I just don't like it very much.

It's Like Riding a Bike

What I didn't expect with my new personal training toy is the spiritual lessons I'd glean or the spiritual muscles I'd tone.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • August 18, 2010 |
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Awakening the Giant of Worshipfulness

"I yearn for more regular occasions of deep worship."

  • Veronica Jones-Brown |
  • August 17, 2010 |
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12 Steps to Change Your Prayer Life

A dozen details straight from the scriptures to guide your prayers.

  • Jennifer Kennedy Dean |
  • August 16, 2010 |
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Suffering and the Biblical Story

Two ideas must be present in how we think about suffering: (1) suffering is not original; it has not always existed. (2) suffering is not something created or authored by God.

  • Dr. Robert Peterson |
  • August 11, 2010 |
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Joining God's Work through the Power of Prayer

In a strange, mysterious way, God has chosen to enlist His children to accomplish His purpose for reaching the world and establishing His kingdom on earth! Mind boggling isn't it?

Welcome to Audacious Faith

Through biblical evidence and real-life experiences, Steven Furtick shows you what happens when ordinary believers move beyond "purpose" to passion---and asking God for the impossible becomes a normal way of life.

Anne Rice Quits Christianity

  • Dr. Ray Pritchard |
  • August 03, 2010 |
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The Gospel of Don Quixote

And the Truth Shall Set You Free

The promise that we could become an honest society of individuals who require truth from our elected officials and businesses leaders may seem a pipedream, but it is a revolutionary battle worth fighting.

How Much Do You Have to Hate Someone to Not Proselytize?

You'd think that this current climate of spiritual openness and hunger for spiritual experience should be a perfect setting for evangelism. But that's not what is happening.

Duty and Honor

What is the meaning of integrity? And why do so few people put principle ahead of personal gain?

Living the Lord's Prayer

Our hearts resonate with those who have walked close to God, but we lack the experience or wisdom to accurately assess their advice. Nevertheless, a fixed reference point does exist—in Scripture. More than a prayer, The Lord's Prayer outlines the most fundamental features of the deeper Christian life.

Does God Lie?

Is God completely truthful if He ordains lies?

Faith and Reason

A widespread rejection of rationality has infiltrated the church with a vengeance. We see frequent attempts to remove the Christian faith from all considerations of rationality.

A Fresh-Squeezed Take on Body Image from the Author of Unsqueezed

What do you see when you look in the mirror? The outside or the inside? Imperfections, or purposed usefulness? The author of a new book helps remind us that we were given bodies for more than just looking our best.

What is Truth?

For milennia mankind has asked, "What is truth?" And, like Pilate, so many people have missed it (even though it was right in front of them) because they were asking the wrong question. The question is not what is truth, but rather who is truth.

Thoughtless Faith

Do you sometimes struggle to engage with unbelievers? Do you feel ill-equipped to dialogue with those who reject faith in Jesus Christ? There is an important book that offers an excellent example of one such engagement.

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