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An Invitation to Live Wonderstruck

The Creator desires to captivate us not just with his handiwork but with himself—if we watch for him.

  • Margaret Feinberg |
  • December 10, 2012 |
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Lured by the Rings

I confess. I am a Tolkien fanatic. I remember the first time I took up The Hobbit at the age of 14. And next to the Bible, I have read The Lord of the Rings through more times than any other book.

A Prophet Like No Other

In Scripture the defining moment in a prophet’s life came when he heard and responded to the call to serve as God’s messenger.

The Conviction to Lead

The last three decades have seen the emergence of a renaissance in leadership, and the deep hunger for leaders has never been more evident than now. Like me, you want to grow as a leader and to be ready for all the leadership opportunities that you may be called to accept.

Fathoming Biblical Womanhood May Require More Than a Year...

Rachel Held Evans' controversial new book, A Year of Biblical Womanhood, is valuable, humorous, and confusing.

Think Theologically: A Review of Alister McGrath's The Passionate Intellect

McGrath's latest book provides an excellent introduction for believers who want to know more about how theology both impacts Christian living and provides responses to contemporary objections against Christianity.

Beyond "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin"

“Love the sinner, hate the sin” works in many contexts, but Christians are learning that there is one context, one very important context, in which it does not work quite so well.

Megachurch Pastor Tony Evans Tells Christians to Vote Their Priorities

Tony Evans, the African-American pastor of megachurch Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, Texas, is telling his congregation how to vote. Not who to vote for, but how Christians should evaluate candidates.

Freed From The Prison Of Why

God sent His Son not only to suffer in our place but also to suffer with us. Our merciful friend has been through it all. He is with us right now! And while He may not deliver us from pain and loss, He’ll walk with us through it.

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • October 08, 2012 |
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The End of America as We Know It?

As the presidential election draws nearer by the day, this is the time to discuss the course of the American empire. Clearly, polls show that most Americans believe the nation is on the wrong course, and many of us see signs of decay. So what are we to do about all this?

How Your Pain Can Turn to Praise

Here’s how you can respond to suffering by inviting God to turn your pain into praise.

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 24, 2012 |
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Wisdom Meets Passion: God's Purpose for Your Life

No matter what generation you belong to, you can blend wisdom and passion to fulfill your God-given potential.

  • Whitney Hopler |
  • September 17, 2012 |
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(How Not) To Train Up a Child

What we believe to be true about children will inevitably shape the way we “train them up.”

A Message To Pastors: Don't Give Up on Prayer

I've spent a great deal of time moving our church to be "devoted to prayer." During this time, I have developed some fundamentals that I believe I must adhere to if God is going to use me to lead our church toward this goal.

The Jesus We Missed

In his latest book, Patrick Reardon gives readers an in-depth account of how Jesus' humanity impacted all areas of his life and ministry.

Would You Like to Read "The Discipline of Grace" With Me?

For years I had wanted to read some of the classics of the Christian faith, but I knew that without a measure of accountability I would never have the self-discipline to make my way through them. I decided to launch a reading program called Reading Classics Together.

The Fire of the Word

Throughout history, the Bible has fundamentally altered the life trajectories of its readers. St. Francis, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa-- all were transformed by the words they read. Were they reading the same Bible we are? If so, why aren't more of us being similarly transformed by Scripture today?

The Explicit Gospel: A Response

Chandler’s (2012) book, The Explicit Gospel, lays an important theological foundation for ministry leaders – a description of the gospel that is explicit for those we lead

  • Dr. Stanley J. Ward |
  • July 02, 2012 |
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Ten Books Every Christian Should Read

Although not everybody has the luxury of enjoying a summer vacation, the season invariably lends itself to setting aside some time to read a good book.

Has Our Attention Span Stunted Our Spiritual Appetite?

A review of "A Severe Mercy" by Sheldon Vanauken, and an exploration of how our limited attention spans have affected our appetite for the sacred.

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