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Disillusionment with the Church

Have you ever felt disappointed in the church you attend? Perhaps the problem isn’t a lack of community, but our perception of what community is supposed to look like.

3 Simple Steps to Teaching Worldview

As homeschool mothers, one of our most important jobs—maybe the most important?—is to teach our children how to think

Heaven is for Real is Better with Questions Than Answers

Forces the faithful to truly wrestle with what’s being shared from the pulpit on Sunday mornings.

8 Ways to Build a Healthy Stepfamily

A strong marriage is the foundation for building a strong stepfamily; if your marriage is weak, your stepfamily will fall apart.

14 Fun Summertime Activities to Teach Kids about God

What’s a single parent to do when summer’s here and you have active kids on the weekend with budgeted funds?

How Should Christians Respond to This Horrible Week?

You can’t escape. The news is filled with tragedy after tragedy. So, how can we respond? How can we make a difference?

Five Lies Sin Tells Me

LIE: This is such a minor, insignificant sin! It’s not really a big deal in God’s eyes. TRUTH: Every sin is a horribly offensive to God. Sin is the sum of all evils, the opposite of all that is good, holy, and beautiful.

How Will I Know That I've Found the One?
How Will I Know That I've Found the One?

Gary Thomas and Drs. Steve & Rebecca Wilke take couples through a journey to find out whether they are ready to get married.

Are You the Sluggard or the Ant?

What does an ant do? Works hard, is able to carry its own body weight, and works together for the good of the community.

Are Christian Colleges Free to be Christian?

Is religious liberty being cast aside in the name of sexual liberty? What President Obama's executive order may mean for Christian colleges and institutions.

Exuberant Boyhood Soars before Hitting Teenage Skids

A magnificent experiment that succeeds in a fashion so spectacular that not even the most dazzling CGI-driven popcorn movie can match it.

5 Ways Pastors Can Keep from Burning Out

“Always on, always here for you.” It’s a great slogan for a radio station…but not for a ministry leader.

3 Unexpected Ways To Make God Known

Is our leadership more like art or cluttered advertisement? God wants leaders -- real people -- who are fully alive, not just functionally performing.

5 Encouraging Scriptures for the Mom Entrepreneur

If I could give a gift to a mom who is launching her first business, it would be the ability to see herself through the eyes of Christ.

When You Feel Like Blaming God

You, too, may have heard it all your life: God is in complete control of everything. But, oh how that rubs when life hurts.

When I Fall in Love A Recipe for Success

Attention, romance readers: this one has it all. Nice girl heroine, hot-but-honorable hero, exotic locale, family drama, great food, the works.

Evangelism is Not a Natural Activity

Evangelism is not a natural activity. But many times, we shrink back from witnessing because we think of it in terms of confrontation rather than conversation.

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Bills This Month

If you haven't yet begun to find ways to save more money and improve your finances, now is certainly the time to spring into action.

Fake Repentance

True repentance has corroborating evidence. Perhaps the best way to learn what genuine repentance looks like is by examining the opposite: a counterfeit. In 2 Kings we find one in King Joram.

A Spiritually Transformed Life

To the Celtic soul, God could be seen as revealing himself in every occurrence of life. And this presence, perceived and looked for in everyday life, was deeply personal.

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • July 16, 2014 |
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