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Contentment

07/02/15

Author:Tim Keller

Are you experiencing contentment? Contentment, true contentment, is a rarity in today's world. King David pictured contentment in the simplest of terms. David, the Warrior-King of Israel, wrote these words in Psalm 131. My...[more]

 

Speaking with Contempt

07/02/15

Author:Tim Keller

I have always found Jesus’ words in Matt 5:21-22 to be shattering. He begins by reminding his listeners that anyone who murders will be judged. But then he gives three case studies of actions that seem far less serious than...[more]

 

Christianity and Homosexuality: A Review of Books

07/01/15

Author:Timothy Keller

The relationship of homosexuality to Christianity is without doubt one of the main subjects of cultural conversation today. If you are a Christian in New York City (where I pastor), it is nearly impossible to talk about your...[more]

 

Getting Stuck in Suffering

07/01/15

Author:Timothy Keller

During the past two years, as I was writing a book on the subject, I have spent time recalling and distilling the many lessons I’ve learned both as a pastor and a Christian about how to face suffering. Many of these principles...[more]

 

Proverbs: A Mini-Guide for Life

07/01/15

Author:Tim Keller

Proverbs three is a life map that we can't avoid. This pithy chapter has keys to love, life and faith that will stay our course on our walks with God. In my regular, daily Bible reading over the past year I read through Proverbs...[more]

 

Three Ways to Continually Affirm the People You Lead

06/29/15

Author:Rick Warren

We affirm people when we treat them with dignity, knowing that they matter to God. If you want to stand out in your leadership, one secret puts you head and shoulders above everybody else – be an encourager. Encouragement is very...[more]

 

Creative Fundraising: Assets Over Needs

06/29/15

Author:Dr. David King

Raising money. Challenging, but doable. According to social policy expert Dr. John McKnight, “you don’t know what you need until you know what you have.” Needs are easy to spot partly because we always find what we are looking...[more]