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The ‘Yes’ Face of Jesus

During his days as President, Thomas Jefferson and a group of his companions were traveling across the country on horseback and they came upon this flooded ...


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Dallas Willard’s Last Words: 'Thank You'

The Christian writer and philosopher Dallas Willard died at 6am on May 8, 2013. In his biography on Willard titled Becoming Dallas Willard, Gary Moon ...


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Study Shows How to Move from Casual Friend to Close Friend

Dr. Jeffrey Hall, a communications professor at the University of Kansas, recently published research about the relationship between time invested in ...


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A Stage-4 Cancer Patient Still Feels Loved By God

Kate Bowler is an associate professor of the history of Christianity in North America at Duke Divinity School. Kate has terminal cancer and has written ...


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'NY Times' Article on the Stories We Tell Ourselves

In a New York Times article titled "The Stories We Tell Ourselves," philosopher Todd May notes that we're often telling stories about ourselves—mainly ...


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What You Call God Probably Reflects Degree of Closeness

In his book The Christian Atheist, Craig Groeschel offers a litmus test of sorts that might shed a little light on your relationship with God. He writes: ...


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God at Our Side

One of the most moving passages in English literature comes towards the end of Charles Dickens's Tale of Two Cities, a story of the French revolution. ...


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Prayer's Relationships

Real prayer is a serious concern, for we are speaking to the sovereign Lord of all the universe, who is willing to move heaven and earth in answer to ...


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Living in Relationship

Just as husband and wife live out their lives against the backdrop of being married, so do we live out the entirety of our lives against the backdrop ...


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