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When Your Faith Needs a Stretch

What would have happened if I had answered the young mother's telephone call? Would I have discouraged her from praying for healing for her baby? My faith needed help.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • February 25, 2010 |
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Unholy Trinity: Outraged at TBN's Brazen False Teaching

All those who truly love Christ and care about the truth have a solemn duty to defend the truth by exposing and opposing lies that masquerade as truth.

The Shack — The Missing Art of Evangelical Discernment

The Shack is now one of the best-selling paperback books of all time, and its readers are enthusiastic. But the theology is not incidental to the story.

How to Become the Person You Want to Be

Pursuing certain accomplishments in life isn't nearly as important as becoming the person God created me to be. Here's how I can become The Me I Want to Be.

Mirroring the Master

Jesus initiated many relationships with the lost. When we cherish God's Word as Jesus did, it leads to conversations that venture below the surface to deeper spiritual issues.

God Controls Even Our Suffering

How does a biblical understanding of God’s love and sovereignty serve to encourage and sustain us during trials?

"Jesus Christ, Teach Us to Pray"

Jesus didn’t always go to the same room and close the door behind Him when He prayed, but He did consistently find private places to spend time in intimate prayer with His Father. How many times a week do we do that? How many times in a year?

How to Conquer Your Fear of Sharing Your Faith

Jesus has called everyone who follows Him to take the Gospel message to the world, yet studies show that only two percent of professing Christians evangelize. Read on if you hope to overcome your fear of sharing the good news.

Let's Not Forget Lincoln

God raised up Abraham Lincoln for the greatest crisis in American history.

Doctrine: The Essential Foundation

True biblical doctrine is practical. In fact, nothing is more practical than sound doctrine. Those who listen to right doctrine and put it into practice are transformed by it.

Valentine's so Shallow Compared to 'The Deep, Deep Love of Jesus'

As florists, greeting card companies, and romantic restaurants ready their wares for Valentine's Day, many people feel lonely, forgotten, unloved, and unlovable. Well, that’s just not so.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • February 10, 2010 |
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God's Flight Plan: My Experience Covering the Story in Haiti

I have come to realize there are no coincidences in God's economy. He is always reminding me that his plan is better than mine.

Mind Over Matter: The Heresy of Gnosticism Both Then and Now

Is prayer more important than mowing an old lady's lawn? Is preacher a higher calling than paralegal? Be careful how you answer.

  • Derrick G. Jeter |
  • February 08, 2010 |
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Silly Prayers

God's will may be in the answer, or the silence, but His love and grace is in the mix for you no matter the outcome.

John Denver's Opportunity Lost?

Finally, I said, "John, when did you make up your mind Jesus Christ would never become your Lord and your Savior?" He could remember the date, the time and the place...

11 Paths to Prayer

There are many ways to pray. If you want to connect with God but don't seem to be making contact through the way you usually pray, it could be time for to try a new approach.

God Will Bless The Broken Road

A Home for Your Heart

I'd like to talk with you about your house - your spiritual house. The grand castle built for your heart. Let's step through the front door and walk around a bit.

Ignorance of Christianity Also Means Cultural Ignorance

After centuries of thought, Christians still think Jesus should rule our lives. To deny this knowledge or to hide it would be intellectually dishonest, cowardly, and wrong.

  • Dr. John Mark Reynolds |
  • January 25, 2010 |
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Haiti, My Beloved

Dr. Louima Lilite, Haitian native, music minister and Christian university professor, was in Haiti during the earthquake on January 12. He shares his unique perspective on the before-and-after, his pain... and his joy.

  • Dr. Louima Lilite |
  • January 22, 2010 |
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