Are Women Onions or Apple Trees?

Are Women Onions or Apple Trees?

Abigail Dodds
Are you looking inward or outward to find your sense of identity?
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LGBT Basics

LGBT Basics

Douglas Wilson
Many Christians know that something is wrong with the homosexual agenda, but we may know what we think without knowing why.
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Four Anchors in the Crucible of Pain

Four Anchors in the Crucible of Pain

Scott Fitzgerald
What began for me as a simple prayer for Jesus to sustain my father on a Wednesday became, by Sunday, an all-out plea for the sovereign power of Christ over life and death.
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The Agony and Joy of Waiting for Matthew

The Agony and Joy of Waiting for Matthew

Steve Kroeker
Our road to adoption has been full of twists, delays, and heartache — as well as joyful, precious evidences of God’s sovereignty, love, and goodness.
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My Friend Was Like Grass

My Friend Was Like Grass

Jon Bloom
My friend was like grass. His life was one of unassuming beauty. In the landscape of reality you would not notice him unless you took the time to look carefully.
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Ask Your Child to Forgive You

Ask Your Child to Forgive You

David Mathis
The question is not whether we parents sin against our children, but whether we will own up to it and genuinely apologize.
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No Normal Sundays

No Normal Sundays

David Mathis
What do we miss when we miss corporate worship? Not only the riches of family, but the God of grace himself.
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God Has a People for His Name

God Has a People for His Name

John Piper
Here are seven experiences that linger in my mind, and are bearing fruit for the way I do ministry, from my recent trip to Poland, Geneva, and Italy.
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If We Love God Most, We Will Love Others Best

If We Love God Most, We Will Love Others Best

Jon Bloom
The most loving thing we can do for others is love God more than we love them. For if we love God most, we will love others best.
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Your College Degree and a World of Need

Your College Degree and a World of Need

Tabor Laughlin
Some think they need to work in a specific field to justify paying for their college degree. But God might use what we learned in unexpected ways to reach the nations.
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The Best Friends Are Born for Adversity

The Best Friends Are Born for Adversity

Dave Zuleger
No one is okay on their own. We all need blood-bought brothers and sisters born for adversity, friends ready to take on every trial and hardship with us.
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Online Friendships Are Not Enough

Online Friendships Are Not Enough

Phillip Holmes
Online friendships can be a great blessings when placed in their proper perspectives, but perilous when they replace local community and the local church.
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How to Help the Suicidal

How to Help the Suicidal

Josh Squires
Fewer topics provoke more fear and trembling than suicide. But we cannot let our fear and sadness over a dark and difficult issue keep us from moving toward someone in need.
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Commitment Killed a Part of Me

Commitment Killed a Part of Me

Jason Helveston
Men (in particular) need to be reminded of the necessity of dying to self when entering the covenant of marriage.

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Dive into God’s Ocean of Wonder

Dive into God’s Ocean of Wonder

John Piper
When we were converted to Christ, we were thrown into an ocean of wonder. And the effort to explain the wonder is one way we see more of the wonder.
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Glory in Defeat

Glory in Defeat

P.J. Tibayan
When our team loses, we tend to check out and try to forget what happened. But God may have planned as much good for us in a loss as he would have in a win.
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Graduates, What Is God Calling You to Do?

Graduates, What Is God Calling You to Do?

Keith Welton
Another class of students has walked on stage at graduation, and walked off wondering what might be next. Here are four ways God reveals our calling.
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Nine Prayers for the Not-Yet-Married

Nine Prayers for the Not-Yet-Married

Marshall Segal
If you don’t know how to surrender your desires and difficulties in singleness to God, here are nine prayers for the not-yet-married life.
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Dads, Your Children Need You

Dads, Your Children Need You

Voddie Baucham
Wise words to men who are walking into fatherhood, trying to figure out just what it means.
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The Most Famous Mouthpiece

The Most Famous Mouthpiece

Joshua Cooley
“I can do all things through Christ” — win or lose, with championships or through ejection. As fellow sinners, we believe the gospel for moments like these.
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Let the Stepchildren Come to Me

Let the Stepchildren Come to Me

Paul Maxwell
God himself knows the awkward, painful realities of being a stepchild. Likely they were even more pronounced two millennia ago.
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The Light at the End of the Spiral

The Light at the End of the Spiral

Stacy Reaoch
Many Christians simply join the chorus of conservative America, moaning about the disintegration of our society. Christians have a greater hope, and a higher calling.
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How to Take the Bible to Heart

How to Take the Bible to Heart

David Mathis
Bible study may engage the mind, but meditation touches the heart.
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Is God Keeping Something from You?

Is God Keeping Something from You?

Chad Ashby
Is God withholding something good from you that you’ve wanted for a long time? Maybe his withholding is a greater good than what you’ve wanted.
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The Unwelcome Gift of Waiting

The Unwelcome Gift of Waiting

Vaneetha Rendall Risner
Waiting can be excruciating, especially when we have no idea what God will do in the end. But maybe God is doing more in our waiting than he would in an answer.
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