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We live in a word-saturated world. We don't have to look far to find opinions; they find us. Glance through a blog, read a wall-post, scroll through your tweets, or flip through a … [Read More...]


How to Set Goals That Make a Difference

New Year’s resolutions. Love them or hate them, they reappear every year. Laden with good intentions each January, many of us start on a litany of goals with a desire to change ourselves. We vow to work out, get out of debt, spend more time studying, and so forth. The thing about New Year’s … [Read More...]


3 Tips for Asking the Better Question

There seems to be a conundrum in the church when it comes to the idea of a question. Questions can be one of two things: 1) an interrogative sentence that is used to gather information or 2) a starting point for further exploration on a topic that results in change or greater … [Read More...]


7 Ways to Stick With Your Daily Bible Reading

So you'd like to begin spending time with God daily? It's a noble goal and one that every Christian should strive for. Whatever it is that has moved you to act, you'll have a better chance of developing a daily habit of time with God if you follow these seven tips for nurturing a daily devotional … [Read More...]


What is God-centered Humility?

William Wilberforce will be remembered in history as the social reformer who pioneered 45 years toward the end of slavery in England. At a mere 5’3” tall with a chest that measured just 33 inches, Wilberforce would not make anyone’s list of physically impressive world changers. It was his reliance … [Read More...]

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Love Is … Reclaiming 1 Corinthians 13

My freshman year of college, I made the mistake of letting my roommate see me type. It’s one thing to tell people you type more than 90 words a minute; it’s another to let them see you do it — especially when you live in a small space condensed with hundreds of desperate people stalking the dorm … [Read More...]