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When We Don't Ask

The inability to ask and seek the Lord’s direction can be a spiritual matter. It can be a symptom of the inability to humble yourself, and the inability to humble yourself is a sign of “pride.”

New Book Debunks Megachurch Myths

Beyond Megachurch Myths: What We Can Learn from America’s Largest Churches takes a look at seven common myths about megachurches.

'Come Away': The Practice of Seclusion

Do you wish you could turn off your schedule, only to find that it keeps you looping around in a frenzy of activity?

The Discipline of the Self-Watch

Therefore watch yourselves very carefully... beware lest you act corruptly (Deuteronomy 4).

Dealing with Disappointment

We must regularly ask the Holy Spirit to shine the light of Truth into our hearts and dislodge the hurts, disappointments, and offenses that threaten to cut off the fruit of God's Spirit in our lives.

The Anointed 'Untouchables'

Leaders of some Christian groups are commonly regarded as having unconditional authority. To dispute their words or deeds is not distinguished from questioning God Himself.

Overcome Shame

We all stumble. Here's how to gracefully get up After the Fall.

Room Inspection: Godly Lessons from an Army Dad

The person I am happy to be today – including my character, faith, physical appearance, even flaws – is thanks to Colonel Dad.

A Father's Contempt for the Commonplace

A dad who would have been celebrating his first Father's Day finds an unusual new strength as he recovers from losing his son.

Worry: From 'What If?' to Carefree

Day-by-day living by asking Christ's help can give carefree days.

Microwave Christians

Our prayers will not all be answered before we die. That may be a disheartening fact until we remember that God is not bound by time the way we are.

God Glorified in the Nobodies

If you've ever visited the great cathedrals of Europe, you'd think the apostles were larger-than-life stained-glass saints. But actually, they were very, very common men.

Creation Museum's Closed Minds Aren't on the Inside

I suspect, in the end, that the humility of the Creation Museum's presentation is precisely what worries some Darwinists.

Should Christians Go into Politics?

It's getting ugly out there as we ready for the next presidential election. Does this mean Christians ought to avoid the cutthroat business of politics?

Summer Cookouts Can Nourish Souls, Too

You can use your summer cookouts and picnics to build relationships with your neighbors that may lead them to the greatest relationship of all.

  • Whitney Von Lake Hopler |
  • June 05, 2007 |
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Divine Delays

Your disappointment can be God's appointment. So don't give up.

Might the Evil of Abortion Destroy Itself?

The history of Providence has many stories to tell of great evils finally being self-destroyed, like a snake swallowing its own tail. Would that abortion be the next.

The Organic God

In The Organic God (Zondervan), author Margaret Feinberg shares glimpses of God’s character that point you to an authentic and naturally spiritual relationship with him. Read an excerpt from chapter one.

Three Wise Fools

The three men stepped out of the room into the darkness, still wise in their own eyes...

People of the Book?

I’ve been around enough, seen enough, and talked to enough people to want to ask the question: Are Christians really a people of the Book?

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