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How to Live the Gospel: A Lesson from Tim Keller

Pastor Scott Sauls from Nashville spent five years working with Pastor Tim Keller at New York City's Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Sauls writes that there ...

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Columnist on the Complexity of Modern Life

Wall Street Journal columnist Joe Queenan recently (2016) made some funny comments on the complexity and information overload of modern life:

I bought ...

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Dial 0 if You're Nervous

Have you ever gotten nervous before having to make a phone call? You aren't alone. According to an article on Yahoo Finance, "Millennials have ...

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The Three Hardest Words in the English language

Can you guess what the three hardest words in the English language are? Maybe "I love you?" What about, "I trust you." Well, in their ...

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Have Millennials Forgotten How to Speak?

With the rise of social networking technology, many young people are adept at managing texts, chats, and profiles, but lack the verbal potency needed ...

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Calvin Coolidge on Guarding Your Tongue

I have noticed that nothing I never said ever did me any harm.

—U.S. President Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)

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Husband Pays for Silent Treatment

A married couple had a quarrel and ended up giving each other the silent treatment. A week into their mute argument, the man realized he needed his wife's ...

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Communicating with Chainsaw or Scalpel?

Text: "The heart of the righteous weighs its answers, but the mouth of the wicked gushes evil," (Proverbs 15:28).

Principle: Let your words be ...

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Keeping Promises

Writer and speaker Lewis Smedes says:

Yes, somewhere people still make and keep promises. They choose not to quit when the going gets rough because they ...

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Witnessing Requires Integrity

Sure we believe in freedom of speech.

You've got the right to say anything you like.

But others don't have to listen! They're under no obligation ...

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