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  • The End of Loneliness

    Joe Thorn
    The End of Loneliness If God is with his people, then as a Christian you can rest assured that he is with you. And if God is with you, to uphold you, you have the promise of perseverance.
  • 7 Ways to Cultivate Joy

    Chuck Swindoll
    7 Ways to Cultivate Joy Want more joy in your day? Cultivate it! Joy springs from viewing the day's events from eternity's perspective.
  • 3 Things I’ll Tell My Daughters about Modesty

    Stephen Altrogge
    3 Things I’ll Tell My Daughters about Modesty I have three daughters, the oldest of whom is seven, so we haven’t had to spend a whole lot of time talking about modesty. Yet. But I know without a doubt that the time is coming.

Explore the Bible

  • Explore the Bible
  • 3 Things We Teach Our Children through Prayer

    The Good Book Blog
    3 Things We Teach Our Children through Prayer I believe that when we pray with our children, our children learn about our relationship with the Lord and what we believe about God. Let’s look at three things we teach our children when they listen to us pray.
  • God’s Words or Man’s Words? Understanding the Doctrine of Inspiration

    Chris Russell
    God’s Words or Man’s Words? Understanding the Doctrine of Inspiration If the Bible is made up of words that have come from God, why are the writings of the 40 different authors of the various books of the Bible distinct in their style, approach, vocabulary, and perspective?
  • You are Not Your Labels

    Stephen Altrogge
    You are Not Your Labels We assume that what has been always will be. We willingly adopt the labels that come with the struggles: angry, anorexic, loser, trash, failure, addict.
  • 5 Indicators of an Evil and Wicked Heart

    Association of Biblical Counselors
    As Christian counselors, pastors and people helpers we often have a hard time discerning between an evil heart and an ordinary sinner who messes up, who isn’t perfect, and full of weakness and sin. I think one of the reasons we don’t “see” evil is because we find it so difficult to believe that evil individuals actually exist.
  • 25 Life-Giving Statements Jesus Made

    Ron Edmondson
    Don’t read these statements as familiar quotes that are usually written in red. Let them soak deep into your heart and mind. Let them add life to you. Be better with truth.
  • The One Phrase that Can Diffuse Any Argument

    Mark Altrogge
    Want to know how to diffuse an argument? Want to know how to cool the flames of a heated debate? Remember this one phrase.
  • Studies in the Text
  • In the World

    Robbie Pruitt
    In the World The world and all that is in it was created for our enjoyment and pleasure and points us to a good God who loves us and desires our good pleasure. However, something is wrong.
  • Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love

    Eric Hogue
    Antidote for 'Corinthian Disease': Agape Love The Corinthians were Jesus believers with tough outer skin, "spiritual knuckle-heads" just like me.
  • The Definition of an Apostle

    Dr. Ray Pritchard
    The Definition of an Apostle What does it mean to be an apostle? At least three things.