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Greed and Envy: The Twin Terrors

Greed and Envy: The Twin Terrors

When we set our sights on God, we're freed from greed and envy by practicing generosity and gratitude.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Sloth? Seriously?

Sloth? Seriously?

We need to combat sloth with devotion and attentiveness.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Freedom from Lust

Freedom from Lust

What we were made for, what we long for, is something greater.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Anger Mis-Management

Anger Mis-Management

What you do with your anger will either be helpful or hurtful.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

It's Not About Me

It's Not About Me

When we remember who we are before God and in Christ, we're freed.

Bryan Wilkerson is pastor of Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts.

A Good Friday Intervention

A Good Friday Intervention

Jesus intervenes for us—and satisfies us.

Aaron Damiani is the pastor of Immanuel Anglican Church, a church plant in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. He is the author of The Good of Giving Up: Discovering the Freedom of Lent.

For the Sake of Others

For the Sake of Others

We need to practice the art of 'othering.'

Dan Meyer is pastor of Christ Church of Oak Brook in Oak Brook, Illinois.

God's Love for the Unborn

God's Love for the Unborn

God loves unborn children and calls on us to do the same.

Ken Shigematsu is pastor of Tenth Church in Vancouver, BC and the author of the award-winning, bestseller God in My Everything

Our Felt Need, Our Deepest Need

Our Felt Need, Our Deepest Need

Following the Messiah means a finding new perspective on our greatest needs.

Scott Redd is the president and associate professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C., and he is an ordained pastor in the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. He blogs regularly at sunergoi.com.

Begin with the End in Mind

Begin with the End in Mind

As a new year approaches, what will we do with the opportunities God gives us?

Chris Rappazini serves as the Biblical Exposition Program Head at the Moody Bible Institute in Spokane, WA, is an associate teaching pastor at Southside Christian Church, and is on the Board of the Evangelical Homiletics Society.

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