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How to Improve Your Emotional Issues

“Are we going to be able to hold onto the tools we learned?” Gina asked. “There’s been so much, I’m afraid we will backslide.”

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • May 01, 2014 |
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How to Measure Your Ministry by Biblical Standards

You work hard to do your best in ministry, but is it accomplishing much? Here are five essential principles for doing ministry biblically.

Labor Day is a Big, Gooey Mess of a Movie

Director Reitman finally has a real stinker on his resumé with this sappy, schlocky film. Even Nicholas Sparks would scratch his head.

Giving More Without Spending More

What simple changes could you make in your own life to have more money available to give to the Lord and His purposes?

The Amazing - and Expanding - Universe of Spider-Man 2

Bigger and more ambitious than its predecessor in every respect, not just in style and scope but in what it’s trying to wrestle with.

Blah Faith

What to do when you faith lacks passion

Granting a Pass to Fallen Pastors is Abusive

The Bible gives clear direction on how to deal with such matters. The problem is often that people don't want to do what the Bible says.

Unearned Ending Aside, Pro-Life Gimme Shelter Works

Not quite a documentary, but has an unflinching, realistic feel right til the end when it turns into a Lifetime movie with a bow on top.

Is McDonald’s Harming Children?

The McDonald’s “Happy Meal” is a predictable if not overly nutritious treat of childhood. You know what you’re going to get: a kid-approved meal and a toy. But a recent push by a daughter-father team is turning the traditionally mundane product into a political football.

How to Pray For Your Kids

I once heard a preacher talk about praying for safety. He said Christians shouldn’t place a premium on such a thing as that.

Reclaiming Modesty in the Church

Dannah Gresh had an unpleasant surprise waiting for her when she returned home one evening.

Practicing Humility in Marriage

The Bible tells us in 1 Peter 5:5 that God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.

Calling Random People on Twitter

Ed Stetzer mixes social media with "old fashioned" communication and sees some amazing results: real encouragement.

He Said She Said: Sex After Divorce?

There seems to be a gray area on sex-after-divorce because we aren't meant to divorce at all. What if I don't intend to remarry?

  • Kris Swiatocho, Cliff Young |
  • April 28, 2014 |
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Blood Moons and the End of the World

It’s one thing to be a scandal for the Gospel—the Gospel of Jesus Christ is scandalous to the world. Paul felt that, and I am proud to own that, too (1 Cor. 1:18-25). But blood moons as signs of the prophecy clock ticking is a scandal in the wrong direction.

  • The Good Book Blog |
  • April 28, 2014 |
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10 Reasons Why You Need Community

Christian culture tends to fixate on romantic relationships, without remembering other important relationships that God calls us to!

You Want Me to be Thankful for What?

I struggled with something one of my friends had said to me early on. She asked me if I'd thanked God for my son's cancer. Seriously? Thank him for the hardest thing I'd ever face?

Stephen Colbert's Joyful Faith

Is Stephen Colbert's show always as moral as it should be? Unfortunately, no. But ask yourself this: does his engaging personality make you more or less attracted to his faith?

On the Edge of a Separation

Many couples fight about the same things over and over again, eventually leading one or the other to consider separation.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • April 24, 2014 |
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How to Be a Good Dad When You Didn’t Have One

If you want to know how much dads matter in the lives of their children, ask me – I didn’t grow up with a dad. My biological dad, stepdad and foster dad were all out of my life by the time I turned 13. It’s tough to go through life with a father who’s either physically or emotionally absent. But don’t take my word for it; just look at the statistics. They’ll show you how things go awry when a dad’s not at home.

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