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Forgetting the Command to Not Be Conformed to the World

Forgetting the Command to Not Be Conformed to the World By Micah Clark Some people have asked me what shaped my conservative worldview. One of the things that formed it was my time in college. I attended a Southern Baptist university in Missouri. Before you assume that it was the…

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Freedom & Holiness

Freedom & Holiness By Dr. Matt Ayars President Wesley Biblical Seminary Today is a good day to remember that true freedom is knowing Jesus. In John 8:31–32, Jesus says to his disciples, “If you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples, and you will know the truth, and…

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This One Area

This One Area By Jonathan Jones Several years ago a man in a group I was conducting make this comment, “Except for this one area in my life, I’m a pretty good guy.” “This one area” he was referring to meant being a pedophile who had molested hundreds of young…

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What Does it Mean to be a Christian Citizen?

What Does it Mean to be a Christian Citizen? By Molly Carman Most people are citizens of someplace, either by birth or by choice, and with citizenship comes certain responsibilities. But what does it mean to be a good citizen? And how should Christians balance their primary allegiance to the…

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Armenia: An Unwelcome Conflict and a Call to Prayer

Armenia: An Unwelcome Conflict and a Call to Prayer By Lela Gilbert How familiar are most Americans with the ancient country of Armenia? It’s probably best recalled because of the great tragedy that took place there in the early 20th century—the Armenian Genocide. That massacre of some 1,500,000 Armenian Christians…

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What to Do With Those Wayward Thoughts

What to Do With Those Wayward Thoughts By Dr. Joe McKeever We are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ (2 Corinthians 10:5). Let the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable to Thee, O Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer (Psalm 19:14).…

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Our Anchor to Reality

Our Anchor to Reality By Esther McGuire I love watching movies (mostly Christian ones). I enjoy watching a good storyline and entering into the characters’ trials, pains, and successes, and I find great satisfaction in analyzing the film’s content to discover its truths and applicable principles. I thoroughly enjoy my…

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The Miracle of the Simplicity of the Gospel

The Miracle of the Simplicity of the Gospel By Julio Severo Apostle Paul was a great expositor of the Gospel. He was a theologian, but his Christianity was not just words. It was theology and practice at the same time. Paul said: “My speech and my message were not in…

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Learning from a Gourd

Learning from a Gourd By Ben Lane I have always loved pumpkins. I think we can all agree the pumpkin is a pretty cool gourd. People pay money just to go to a pumpkin patch, then pay more money to take one home. A recent trend has been to put…

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Giants And Grasshoppers

Giants And Grasshoppers By Dr. Mike Murphy I cannot even begin to imagine what those forty days must have been like for Caleb. To have seen with his own eyes everything the Lord had promised. To have tasted the milk and honey the Lord had told them flowed from the…

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