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Finding Community

I spent time in the mountains with so many wonderful serious-minded Christians that there was a real sadness in having to return to the "real world," which raised several questions in my mind...

  • Michael Craven |
  • September 06, 2007 |
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The Best of Times... or the Worst?

Like a hot air balloon waiting for the ropes that hold it down to be cut so it can rise up and soar, so we wait for God to cut the strings that tie us to this temporal life.

The Real Truth about Suffering

Instead of following along with our self-obsessed, comfort-minded culture, Christians should expect suffering. It's the rule, not the exception.

God's 'State of the World' Address

If God were to issue an authoritative "State of the World" report on current conditions, what would He say?

The Men in Christ’s Life: The Man at the Healing Pool

I used to think it was a dumb question when Jesus asked the man at the healing pool if he wanted to be healed. Of course he wants to be healed. Look at what he is living in. Look at what is around him. Why would he want to stay there? Yeah, but why would I want to stay where I am? Why would you?

Mercy for Shame-Filled Days

In Every Day Deserves a Chance, author Max Lucado unpacks Jesus’ delightful formula for upgrading each of your days to blue ribbon status: saturate your day in Jesus’ grace; entrust your day to His oversight; accept His direction. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Mercy for Shame-Filled Days.

Myth-Busters against Discouragement

Are you looking at your future through the lens of whatever problems you face today?

There's No Such Thing as "Easy Button" Christianity

In the middle of this particular "witnessing" t-shirt was a big red button; but instead of "easy" it has "Jesus" written on it. What's the implication here?

Author Karen Kingsbury: "Evangelism Is My Gift"

Karen Kingsbury receives hundreds of reader e-mails each week sharing how a particular book helped them recommit to their marriages, extend forgiveness or renew their faith. It’s confirmation for this author that she’s operating in her primary purpose: to draw others into the body of Christ.

  • Stacy Hawkins Adams |
  • August 23, 2007 |
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A Plea to Use the Bible Every Day

We must be able to go to the bible to find practical help in our every day lives because if we do not, we will make major decisions without reference to God.

How's Your Integrity Level?

Let's put together a scenario. You're up for promotion, but so is Brandi...

  • Judy Woodward Bates |
  • August 17, 2007 |
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Seeds of Greatness

Did you know that you are a carrier of greatness?

Winning Your Unseen Battles

Knowing the source of a problem is crucial for developing a strategy to combat that problem.

  • Dr. Robert Jeffress |
  • August 13, 2007 |
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Braving the Storms

In the Bible's storm stories - as well as those of our own lives - we can see the times where God either calms the wind and waves, or calms His child.

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • August 10, 2007 |
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Gay and Christian?

Is it a gift to embrace, or a temptation to overcome?

How to Pursue Unity among Believers

Here's how you can help pursue the goal of One Spirit, One Church

Proclaiming God's Love with Boldness

Most of us like the verses that say love is kind and humble and that it isn’t rude or envious or boastful. But what about the verse that says it "does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth"?

Expecting the Worst

The belief that humanity is basically good has been reinforced by psychiatrists, counselors, even religious leaders. The problem is that we have this pesky thing called guilt.

Turtle Rescue a Lesson in Gratitude and Attitude

When I simply do the right thing for one of God's struggling creatures should I expect anything in return? What is my reason for helping others?

The Early Christian Church; An Unstoppable Force for God

Like a tornado or a tsunami or a stampede, "unstoppable" is the word that comes to mind when you look at the early days of the church.

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