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Fighting Back Against Pornography

Fighting Back Against Pornography By David L. Goetsch Because of the anonymity and access of the Internet, pornography has become a silent scourge that is plaguing all segments of society, including Christians. In fact, it is not uncommon for pornography addicts to faithfully attend church. Chances are good there are…

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Dishonesty

Dishonesty By David L. Goetsch Nobody likes to be lied to; not even a habitual liar. People who are lied to feel betrayed. Truth is defined as fidelity to an established standard. So far so good, but this definition raises an important question: What is the established standard used to…

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Anger

Anger By David L. Goetsch Anger is a strong feeling of annoyance that occurs as a result of irritation, frustration, or stress. It can range from feelings of mild annoyance to uncontrollable rage. Our anger usually shows itself when things aren’t going our way or people aren’t doing what we…

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Repairing Broken Relationships

Repairing Broken Relationships By David L. Goetsch Relationships fall apart for a variety of reasons: arguments, betrayal, money, selfishness, envy, jealousy, misunderstandings, competition, inattentiveness, distance, and more. Marriages go sour, friendships crumble, hard feelings develop between family members, working partners fall out. When a relationship is broken, emotions run high,…

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Worry and Anxiety

Worry and Anxiety By David L. Goetsch Are you a worrier? Do you worry about money, family problems, your health or that of a loved one, the future, the past, your job, the weather, or other factors? Does worrying cause you anxiety, making you restless and unable to concentrate, sleep,…

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I Hate My Job

I Hate My Job By David L. Goetsch “I Hate My Job but Can’t Quit.” A lot of people — Christians included — feel this way. They are stuck in dead-end jobs, but for a variety of reasons are unable to quit and seek employment elsewhere. They may have kids…

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Hiding Your Faith

Hiding Your Faith By David L. Goetsch Does peer pressure or fear of rejection ever make you feel like hiding your faith? It’s not uncommon for Christians to feel this way. To fit in with secular friends, coworkers, or classmates, some Christians resort to hiding their faith; they go along…

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Loving The Unlovable

Loving The Unlovable By David L. Goetsch 1 Corinthians 13 presents a difficult challenge for Christians: loving the unlovable. This chapter from Scripture is about showing Biblical love to everyone, including those who — because of their actions, words, and attitudes — don’t seem to deserve love. According to 1…

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Will Heaven Be Boring?

Will Heaven Be Boring? By Grant Phillips Just to ask the question, “Will Heaven be boring?” almost seems like an affront to God, but surprisingly, there are those who think Heaven will be boring. There are those who think we will be floating on a cloud, playing a harp for…

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Contending for the Faith in a Post-Truth Culture

Contending for the Faith in a Post-Truth Culture By Abraham Hamilton III In man’s continuous effort to try to supplant God’s purposes and instructions and replace them with his own, we’ve witnessed incessant attempts to erect ideological and philosophical towers of Babel. Through Modernism, generally speaking, or Enlightenment Humanism, man…

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