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The Perils of Pride

Though I can’t say I'm humble, I certainly have much to be humble about. Still, why does God hate pride so passionately?

Walk Around the Clock

Our walk gives us away.

What to Say About Virginia Tech: 21 Ways to Minister

As lovers of an all-powerful God, let us be prepared to love people in their pain by empathetically and mercifully pointing them to a God who is in control.

  • Abraham Piper & John Piper |
  • April 18, 2007 |
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Responding to a "Gay Christian"

How do you respond to the person who on the one hand says they are gay and on the other says they are a follower of Christ?

Divine Discipline

The time to put up your guard as a Christian is when things are going well.

The Blessings of Trials

How do you respond when the hurt is real? When you feel that the walls are closing in?

How to Tune out the 'Christian Noise' for Clear Evangelism

The communication lines between believers and unbelievers are often filled with Static, courtesy of jargon and assumptions. Here's how you can broadcast more effectively.

What to Pray For

Prayer life bogged down? To pray via the New Testament is both safe and powerful.

We Live in a 'Good Friday World,' but...

The hope of this season is all about Sunday.

Hell and Holy Week

If hell is a myth, then Jesus' death on the cross makes no sense whatsoever.

What Do You Believe About the Bible?

Heaven and earth may pass away, but the word of our God shall stand forever.

  • Marvin A. McMickle |
  • April 01, 2007 |
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"Good" Friday

Some talk of the suffering God knew humans would experience by giving them free will. What is less noticed is how God always knew of Good Friday.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • March 30, 2007 |
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Making God's Priority Your Priority

When you come across the phrase "take heed" in your Bible reading, do just that. You've come upon something God considers vitally important.

Break Free from Sexual Addiction

Pornography and other forms of sexual addiction nearly ruined Mike Genung's life. Now free, he shares how to travel The Road to Grace.

Who will Speak to your Neighbor?

Have we forgotten that we are soldiers on active duty (2 Timothy 2:3-4)?

Afraid God Will Give You Patience?

Patience, which is a virtue, should not be confused with apathy, which is a vice.

  • Rebekah Montgomery |
  • March 21, 2007 |
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The Question of Evil: God's Answer

Skeptics often toss the problem of evil at Christians as if it were a ticking time bomb.

Stereotypes, Generalizations, and Racism

Three helpful, socially relevant exhortations to Christians.

How to Win the World without Losing Your Identity

Yes, God forbade Israel from retaining the culture of the pagan peoples whose land they claimed. But God's purpose, says T.M. Moore, was to attract those same pagan nations to the beauty of holiness!

Einstein + Sex = God

Next time you're speaking with a skeptic, remember this little equation...

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