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Making It Right: How a Christian Apologizes


Author:Don McMinn

Most Christians practice confessing their faults to God and make it a regular part of their prayer life. But many of us neglect the important step of confessing to others when we sin against them. Here are some questions people...[more]


Jesus' Love Never Gives Up on Us


Author:Max Lucado

Not everyone in Jesus’ world gave him a warm welcome. Not everyone received him with grace. And many didn’t just ignore him, they rejected him. Isaiah prophesied his reception like this: “He was despised and rejected by men”...[more]


How Do We Relate to Evil?


Author:John Piper

Here's an urgent and practical question: How should we relate to evil? We can't stick our heads in the sand. How should we think and feel and act about Satanic evil—the untimely death of a child? Thousands dead in a Japanese...[more]


Eight Challenges Every Christian Leader Faces


Author:Peter Scazzero

I have identified eight unique leadership challenges, each of which is powerful and far reaching in their implications. These are tensions that Christian leaders face. 1.     Dual Relationships- Supervision...[more]


Intuition: How Does It Happen?


Author:Mark Marikos

"I have hidden your Word in my heart that I might not sin against You." Ps. 119:11 Developing an intentionally Biblical world-view requires an intentional study of God’s Word, aimed at understanding the true meaning...[more]


The Alien: Loneliness is Over-Rated!


Author:Julie Barrier

Lone Rangers are just that: lonely. Frank and ferocious, Saul of Tarsus epitomized the self-made Pharisee. Like 007, he traversed his homeland, brutally exterminating Christians like bugs. Until Jesus got his attention, Saul...[more]


Man and Angels: Are Both in God's Image?


Author:Tom Terry

Have you ever read Genesis 1:26 and wondered what in the world God was talking about when he decided to make man in God’s image? The passage reads, “Let us make man in our image, according to our likeness; and let them rule over...[more]