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The Pursuit of Excellence

No matter what country they were representing, every Olympic athlete shared one common thread - the pursuit of excellence.

Running the Race

The "cloud of witnesses" didn’t run the race of faith so well because they were particularly “good” or gifted or special. But because they cemented their focus on Christ...

The Christian Calling to Rescue Cultures: Saving Our Kids

In the face of a tragic shooting, we are reminded that Christians are called to be culture changers.

  • Jason Pankau and Michael Lee Stallard |
  • July 31, 2012 |
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When You Carry Your Father's Wounds

Wounds don't die. But wounds can heal -- if we make the choice -- to face them with Jesus.

A Pattern for Successful Prayer

Wouldn’t you like a more successful prayer life?

Dandelions of Depravity

Lessons learned while not enjoying lawn work

How To Stop Your Divorce

You cannot change your spouse. The only person you can change is you.

Make Yourself a Home

Don’t postpone creating a home until that “magic season” in your life. If for no other reason, you need a place to belong.

When a Loved One Doesn’t Share Your Faith

Your own walk with Christ could make the difference in the eternal well being of someone you love. But why is it so much easier to share your gospel hope with a stranger than with someone in your own family?

Caregiving: I Am My Brother’s Keeper

You may not have a nursing degree, but being Florence Nightingale becomes irrelevant when someone you love needs your caregiving.

  • Patricia A. Parham, Ph.D. |
  • July 17, 2012 |
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How to Raise Financially Confident Kids

You likely invest a great amount of effort into your children’s spiritual and academic education. But how much have you taught your kids about managing money?

Answering Questions From the Educated Skeptic

Perhaps you’ve met him already: the guy who is too smart to be a Christian. Oh, sure, Christianity is fine if it gives you comfort, but if you knew better, you’d know that there’s really nothing to it...

Pay It Forward. And Don't Stop.

When someone invests time in me, I have a choice.

Afraid of Getting Old? How to Love the Elderly

Learn ways you can value your aging loved ones.

Hope for Single Parents and Their Finances

With careful planning, creativity, and research, children from a single parent family can obtain an excellent education.

How to Trade Control for Trust

Ever since Eve chose to eat the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, women have struggled with a tendency to want to control their own lives and other people.

Swim Like It's London

Failure will not be beneficial until we move into a place of accepting our failures as efforts for our God-journeys.

Welcome to our Freedom-From-Bullying Movement

It's time to change history within history together.

Christian Freedom: Grasping the Motivation to Love

We should note the Scripture’s use of the word “fear” in two distinct senses. There is the fear of terror and dread, and the fear of veneration and honor.

Five Ways to Stay Fit When You Work at Home

If you’re running a home business while raising a family, you probably feel like you have two full-time jobs.

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