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What's Your Purpose?
What's Your Purpose?

Ever get the feeling you were meant for bigger things? That there is a reason you are here? Always hoping that you’ll discover a greater purpose for your life in the future? Well perhaps your future starts today!

  • 'vision-fudge' on GodTube.com |
  • March 20, 2013 |
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Before You Read Isaiah, Read This

If you want to understand the book of Isaiah, don’t read straight through it. You’ll get lost. The book isn’t arranged sequentially.

  • Christopher R. Smith |
  • March 20, 2013 |
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16 Ways to Build a Youth Ministry That Will Last

Learn how to go from faililng to attract students and an endless string of youth ministers to creating a Sustainable Youth Ministry.

Ducks, Beards, and Jesus

Duck Dynasty family brings faith to prime time. Now in its third season, the docu-drama continues to draw millions of fans.

5 Things Teens Should Do With Their Money

Everyone’s approach to what they do with money needs balance, and nothing helps that balanced approach more than responsibility.

  • Carol from EverythingHomeWithCarol.com |
  • March 19, 2013 |
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The Lord's Prayer
The Lord's Prayer

For more information about The Lord's Prayer, visit:
www.christianity.com/christian-life/prayer/pray-like-this-hallowed-be-your-name.html.

  • 'christianitydotcom' on GodTube.com |
  • March 19, 2013 |
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Cynicism is Not a Spiritual Gift?

Recently I spotted a T-Shirt that conveys a sad truth: "I’m not cynical. I’m just experienced." I receive a pretty steady stream of correspondence from "experienced" Christians who are fighting cynicism.

Why Christians Aren't the Point of Easter

The Resurrection is not just a nice capstone to the Christian story. It is the story.

Lord, Should We Fight?

Jesus doesn't need our help.

Why Do We Need Rules Anyway?

Parents understand rules, but children often don't. However, rules, obedience, and consequences are from God.

OBB Makes Its Move

Atlanta-based trio OBB seems to be positioning itself as a fresh face to watch within the world of Christian music.

Why Should I Fast?

Dr. Roger discusses why Christians ought to fast.

The Problem with Pinterest

The problem with the Pinterest approach to being creative is that it focuses on the outcome or the result, rather than the process or the journey.

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone is Short on Magic

A few genuine laughs along the way as Carell's Burt tries to forge a path forward, but this film’s third act is truly a head-scratcher.

Where is the Good?

In my strength alone, I will always remain helpless, insecure, and eons from innately good.

5 Hard Truths About Parenting

Parenting involves hard truths. It is a way that God searches your heart, humbles you, and softens you for His service.

Defeating Our Worst Enemy: Pride

Could pride actually be THE primary source of human relationship problems? I think so.

Father Brown a Spirited Mystery

Set in the 1950’s, Father Brown (played here by Mark Williams from the Harry Potter series) is a mild- mannered Catholic priest of St. Mary’s parish.

The Great Retirement Disconnect

72% of workers say their dream retirement includes nice vacations, but 40% haven't estimated their annual retirement expenses!

Every Complaint is An Opportunity

“Did you ever stop to look at her complaints?” I asked the disgruntled boyfriend. “Can’t really say I did,” he said.

  • Dr. David B. Hawkins |
  • March 13, 2013 |
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