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National Day of Prayer 2008: America's Strength & Shield

This year marks the 20th annivesary that a consistent day - the first Thursday in May - was set aside for national prayer by President Ronald Reagan. This year's theme is based on Psalm 28.

Why Do Catholics Have a Pope?

In an effort to better understand this central figure in Christendom, and to help Christians effectively dialogue, I dove into some heady reading materials from both Catholic and non-Catholic sources.

Ministry Idea: Write a Prayer for a Friend

This is a great little idea for anyone who's ever told someone, "I'll pray for you" only to never get around to it.

Curse Not the Day of Small Beginnings

Do you have a job that is “small," maybe even unfulfilling? Jesus understands your situation. In the natural, Jesus had a not-so-glamorous job...

Freedom at Last

Are you experiencing a personal rock bottom? Do you have an internal struggle that has spun out of control? Cry out to God!

Missional in my Neighborhood

I love questions that seek to create opportunities to share the simple love of Jesus...

What is 'New Age' Religion, and Why Can't Christians Get on Board?

As someone plucked out miraculously from the New Age, I can only hope that Christians who love and trust Oprah will not blur the lines of their faith.

Spiritual Spring Cleaning

While you're cleaning your house, invite God to clean your soul. Here's how.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • April 17, 2008 |
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Virginia Tech One Year Later

It's been a year since the country watched dreadful events unfold in Blacksburg. While we can't bring back the precious lives lost, we can honor the glimmers of goodness and grace that have sprung up since April 16, 2007.

When a Little Bit Becomes More Than Enough

Feeling like you've had a lot taken from you this Tax Day? Consider the principle that God often taps the poor to help the dirt-poor so He can miraculously lavish blessings on them both.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • April 15, 2008 |
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Finding Joy When Life Isn't Fair

Even the church has propagated the worldly myth that happiness is found in prosperity, in promotion, in power. Thus, American Christians are not conditioned for the hard times.

The Potter's Hands

We are - quite literally - pottery.

Six Simple Words

A friend's e-mail ended with this statement: "God is God, good, and great." I was struck at once by their simplicity and profundity. How much truth those six little words contain.

Experience God as Good When Life Isn't

The answers to life's hardest questions become personal only when you experience God’s goodness for yourself. Take it from a minister at Virginia Tech.

Beyond the Racial Conversation: One in Christ

When Martin Luther King was assassinated 40 years ago, it cut short a long-postponed conversation about race. Now, for the process to move beyond words to action, Christians must set the example.

Prayer or Gossip?

How much do we really need to know about a person's needs or a particular situation in order to pray effectively?

  • Dr. L. Joseph Rosas III |
  • April 03, 2008 |
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When you Love Someone who Doesn't Love Christ

All Christians have in their lives people to whom they are close, but who don't share their faith. How do you handle that?

How to Choose Your Faith Wisely

No matter what your religion or lack of it, you already have a faith. How did you go about Choosing Your Faith, and did you make a wise choice?

The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment

Written by a leading evangelical blogger, The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment is an uplifting, scripturally grounded work that explains the need for discernment, its challenges, and the steps that will cultivate it. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

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