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Fa├žades Won't Do When It Comes to the Church

In his autobiography, Be Myself, Warren Wiersbe writes about his first church building project as a young pastor in Indiana. He and the church's building ...


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Less Women Attending Church Per Year

It has often been pointed out statistically that women attend church more often than men. But that trend is changing. A 1972 survey found that women attended ...


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Teenager Distances Himself from Family at Embarrassing Moment

When I was 13, my dad had the brilliant idea to take sailing lessons. I'm not sure where this idea came from. Our only previous sailing experience had ...


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God's Love Is the Only Love Where the Honeymoon Period Never Ends

In his book The Pleasures of God, John Piper shares why God's love is superior to any love we will find here on earth:

Sometimes we joke and say about ...

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Joni Eareckson Tada's Wedding Day

Joni Eareckson Tada, who was paralyzed in a diving accident as a teenager, draws parallels between her wedding day, and Christ's love for his church. ...


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Betrothed and Married to Christ

There were two important steps to a Jewish marriage: the betrothal (the promised agreement to marry) and the actual wedding ceremony. These two events ...


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The Church and Marriage

As marriage is a metaphor for the church, so the church is a metaphor for marriage. The church has a unity we are to preserve. The church has a diversity ...


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The Theological Importance of Marriage

The Lord honored marriage by selecting it as a favored metaphor for his relationship with us, the church. We are his bride, loved and nurtured.


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No Church Without Christ

The Church of God apart from the Person of Christ is a useless structure. However ornate it may be in its organization, however perfect in all its arrangements, ...


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