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Inclusivity: Is Religion an Exclusive Club?

Do you like biscuits? I love a nice, chewy cookie filled with nuts and chocolate. Oh, and it has to be gluten free. My husband prefers shortbreads—crispy, buttery, and filled with gluten. Our girls ha...

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God Speaks Through Introverts, Too

My heart rate increased as I tried to suppress my rising panic. Hot tears pricked the back of my eyes as I listened closely to what the preacher was saying. He was getting close, I could tell. I had l...

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Reviving the Dead Church

What do you do when you go to a church where people don't trust each other or welcome others? where church leaders are in disagreements most of the time over theological views and don’t invite visitor...

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Balancing Your Emotions in an Unbalanced World

Flourish!, a free resource to teach emotional intelligence

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Wars Within and Wars Without

A couple weeks back, I rediscovered my father’s copy of Steps to Christ, given to him when he was drafted into the Army during World War II. I read a chapter a day as part of my devotional time, tryin...

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Healing Wounds with Forgiveness

Perpetuating hurts and grudges will not change who we are. On the contrary, it will lead us away from the gospel ideal.

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Religious Minorities Vulnerable in Conflict

UN report cites numerous violations of human rights

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The Tale of Amnon and Tamar

The issue of sexual assault is very much on our society’s agenda today. In the Christian world, we have been shocked by the posthumous revelations that Ravi Zaccharias, the internationally renowned th...

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When Children Fear for the End of the World

The current situation in the world creates fear and anxiety in children, and it is important to talk to them about the hope Jesus offers in the Bible.

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War and Pestilence

“Nineteen hundred and eighteen has gone into history as a gloomy year. War and pestilence have united to make it a year of death.” These words, penned by CH Watson in the first Australasian Record for...

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How to Deal with Political Ideologies in the Face of the Biblical Worldview

Expert in government studies looks at the issue from the perspective found in Scripture

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Connecting the Pastoral “Family”

Congregations may reap the greatest benefit at the CALLED Pastor’s Family Convention, agree church leaders and past attendees.

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Learning from Our Trials

Perhaps each one of us, at one time or another—and I believe in the last two years, all of us—have experienced situations that help us sympathize with the words the apostle Paul chose to thank God whe...

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The Blessings of Being Common

To live extraordinary moments requires discipline and effort during the most regular moments.

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Christians Shouldn't Be Doing This

How Jesus' Discipleship Method Needs to Be Real in Every Christian's Life

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Life in Abundance

How spirituality contributes to the fullness of the human being

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Russia, World War III, and Bible Prophecies

How is it possible to correctly understand the current conflict in Eastern Europe in the light of biblical prophecies?

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How to Talk to Your Children About the War in Ukraine

“Don’t worry, it is on the other side of the world. It doesn’t affect you. Don’t think about it. Don’t worry about it.” Are these the best answers you can give your child when talking about the war in...

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What in the Word: Fear

What are you afraid of? Some fears are minor irritants; others reduce lives to chaos. The modern word for such fear, “phobia”, is a direct descendant of the ancient Greek verb phobeomai and the relate...

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Hot Cross Buns in the Shops Already?

There are two types of people in the world: those who get annoyed about hot cross buns appearing in shops on Boxing Day and those who absolutely love it. And the passions run high. If you mention seei...

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