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God has called you to the place where you are to bring redemptive life to the people you encounter, to your profession, and to those whom you serve through your work.
Why you shouldn't be tempted to fear what you might encounter in the future as a Christian.
Listen to some music by Good Little Giants and hear what the lead singer has to say about suffering.
This warning against drifting away from communion with God is a reminder that something real is happening when you meet with God daily.
Gary Habermas offers a thought experiment to help us examine our motives concerning what we’re asking God for in prayer:
Are you (or is your child) ready to stand firm in your trust in Jesus Christ on your college campus?
I recently heard Dr. Hugh Ross share some ideas he’s learned from long experience that I thought would be helpful because a lot of people ask about this.
Based on some recent experience on Facebook, I feel the need to remind everyone not to be this guy: In 2014, NPR conducted an April Fools’ Day experiment. They posted an article on Facebook titled, “Why Doesn’t America Read Anymore?” The Facebook comments came flooding in.
You must read this article about an actor who memorized and then performed all of Paradise Lost (over 60,000 words).
In a New York Times op-ed titled “Stop Saying ‘I Feel Like,’” Molly Worthen says we need to pay attention to a recent evolution in language. In the last decade, people have begun to preface their claims with “I feel like.” And, she says, “[M]ake no mistake: ‘I feel like’ is not a harmless tic.” She argues that our shift towards couching our claims as subjective opinions reflects, and will increase, our inability to engage in “civilized conflict.”