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I believe in Jesus as my Savior! So, now what? Learn more about how you’re completely changed through the work of Jesus and what that means for your everyday life.

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Happily ever after?

Getting to happily ever after is complicated. No disrespect to Disney, but a good relationship is not that simple. It’s not (1) love at…

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Gold

Job, the Old Testament believer, was at a loss. God had stripped him of so much. Worldly goods. Family. Friends. Dignity. Respect. Health. If…

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Teaching kids not to be selfish

My wife and I still laugh about our good intentions about discouraging violent play between our children. We gravely pledged that we would not…

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Church, we need to rise, or we will surely fall

It seems everywhere we look battle lines have been drawn. If we’re not careful, the church, like the country, will fall in division. Pastors…

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Weaponizing faith

The Bible uses military language to characterize the good fight of faith. The Holy Spirit issues “swords” and “shields” to us so we can…

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Is pride good or bad?

“Pride goes before a fall.” Even people who have never had their noses in a Bible know that proverb. It is usually applied to…

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Heroes need the Word too

Mental cloudiness is the curse of every human being. Until we get to heaven and finally see, hear, and understand everything clearly, we squint…

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Judging talk

Being “judgmental” is one of the greatest social sins you can commit today. You can hold any ideas you may care to, but you…

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What am I living for?

From the moment our eyes pop open in the morning, we are driven by our appetites, our physical and emotional wants and needs. All…

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A tale of two kids

Walk into my eldest daughter’s bedroom and you will marvel at the tidy space. Stop next door at her younger sister’s room and you’ll…

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We don’t earn it

When my kids were 18 months, 3, and 4 years old, my husband was trying to get their help on some chores. They weren’t…

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Be strong and courageous

Being a Christian is dangerous. Ask the grandmother who stands up for the first time to the gossips in her circle of churchgoing friends….