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From Facebook to Faithbook

I couldn’t help but notice how friendships are rekindled and created on social networking sites and wondered if Christ followers might not learn something from this.

How to Give a Great Compliment!

I want to encourage you to give a great compliment. It can revolutionize how people feel about you because when a compliment is given well, it touches the core of who that person is.

Creation & the Cosmos: God Bringing Glory to Himself

Have you ever stopped to consider how thin the book of Psalms may have been if David had lived in our day of all the electronic gadgetry that enthralls modern society?

  • Veronica Jones-Brown |
  • July 04, 2008 |
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Freedom of Speech: Use it or Lose it

Religious expression in our nation didn't come easily or cheaply, and it won't endure without vigorous exercise and defense.

Soldiers for Christ: Standing against the Spiritual Forces of Evil

As we approach Independence Day, the American spirit becomes stronger than ever. And since God is always on the side of justice, biblically, being one of His soldiers is a holy calling and sacred vocation.

Why it’s Important to Keep Tithing in Tough Economic Times

“And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart” (Galatians 6:9)...

Pay Attention to God's Presence

God doesn’t force His attentions upon you. He waits patiently, reaching out to you with love, eager for you to discover Him.

The Witness of Jesus: Man, Myth or Messiah?

Two thousand years ago, Jesus challenged his disciples with, “Who do you say that I am?” It was a haunting question because the possible answers were few.

Kill Me Now

We've all said it in jest. Would you believe some of our favorite heroes from the Old Testament seriously said it to God?

The Inside Face Lift

With so much attention given to servicing and maintaining our outer culture, the inner sanctum has been severely neglected and cannot stand alone in the face of change, crisis, or loss.

The Promise of Persecution

Historians agree that there have been 10 great persecutions against the church. Instead of growing weaker during these times of persecution, the church actually grew stronger. The same is true today.

“On the Night that Jesus Was Betrayed…”

In the train wreck of betrayal, the Savior offers another way to assess the collateral damage. Taking seriously His words to “Take the plank out of your own eye” (Matt 7:3) allows us to uncover habits of sin, especially our unhealthy patterns of relating.

Twilight of the Idols

The media backlash Brit Hume received for suggesting that Tiger Woods convert to Christianity underscores the fact that, in our culture of pluralism, the chief virtue is toleration. How should a Christian respond?

How to Love One Another... Even Other Christians

You may dislike them or disagree with them, but their commitment to Christ makes them your spiritual brothers and sisters. If you fail to reach out to them in love, your fractured relationships will do great damage.

Christians and Cussin'

Some say that any words other than taking the Lord’s name in vain are merely words. There is some truth to that. Jesus made it clear that what is in our heart is really the issue.

Because He Loves Me

In Because He Loves Me, well-known biblical counselor Elyse Fitzpatrick points you to your true identity as God's beloved child and teaches you how to become who you already are, without legalism or lawlessness.

Violators Will Be Proselytized!

The word 'proselytize' has become a pejorative when used to refer to Christians. But as I read the definitions it became clear to me that I need to gently challenge this word and its usage with evangelism.

When Grace & Reality Collide: Dealing with Mental Illness, Part II

As a person in ministry I have found Christians who love someone with a mental disorder and/or addictions to be more common than not. How do we mix grace and mercy with boundaries?

When Grace & Reality Collide: Dealing with Mental Illness, Part I

For me, mental illness is where grace and real life have collided. If you have a loved one with mental illness, the first thing you must do is to understand the dynamics of the disease.

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