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A Life of Risk
A Life of Risk

Introduction

(Read Matthew 25:14-30)

About 10 years ago I got on a plane to see some friends on the East Coast. I was in the window seat and after I got ...


Risking our resources proves our profession of faith.


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A Tale of Two Women

Introduction

In the days when the judges ruled over the land of Judah there came a famine to the land. So a man from Bethlehem together with his wife and ...

Spiritual friendships turn the journey of life into a journey of faith.


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Drafting Buddies

Introduction

Sam and Frodo find themselves on the final leg of their journey on the slopes of Mordor, but Frodo is losing heart. He's just about out of ...


Spiritual friends set the pace for one another, they stick by each other, and they speak faith into each other's lives.


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Testing the Limits

Introduction

For the past couple of weeks we've been talking about friendship. And what we're learning is that our friendships play an important role in ...


Spiritual friends challenge us to move past our selfishness and impatience in order to live out the power of the gospel.


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Let the Blames Begin

Introduction

In this series we're going to be talking about taking responsibility. Each week I want you to ask yourself, "Am I taking responsibility for ...


The origins of irresponsibility


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Embrace Your Reponse Ability

Introduction

Each week in this series we've asked this question: Am I taking responsibility for my life—really? The reason we've been asking this ...


Life is uneven, but God cares about what we do with what we have.


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Learning from Tiger Woods

From the editor

In late November 2009, a series of events led to a bevy of stories about infidelities on the part of golf's greatest player, Tiger ...


Let's find satisfaction in God alone, keep in mind that our sin will always find us out, and surround ourselves with good friends to keep us in check.


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Growing Up

Introduction

When I was in kindergarten, we used to play a game based on a hit TV show called Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea. My teacher, Mrs. Floaten, ...


Humans grow by receiving the truth told in love.


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The End of the World as We Know It

From the editor:

Issues concerning the end of the world have always been fascinating. They are also quite terrifying. The end of the world will usher ...


God doesn't want to punish you; he wants to pardon you. So, repent!


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It's Not How You Start; It's How You Finish

Introduction

I once read an article that listed some of the greatest comebacks in sports history. The list included the 2004 American League Championship ...


Finishing well is just as important as starting well.


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Keep the Change

A few years ago, Richard Simmons introduced a man named Michael on a weight-loss infomercial. Michael had an amazing story to tell. After a lifetime of ...


It takes a whole lot of help to make a lasting change.


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How to Keep UP in a DOWN Economy

Introduction

Recent downturns in the economy and corporate crime have resulted in lower pay raises, loss of jobs, loss of stocks, and nationwide hiring ...


Jesus' blueprint for a solid life begins with a solid foundation, uses eternal materials, and recruits God and his people as inspectors.


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Who Do You Answer to?

In the next section of Matthew, which we'll be studying this week, Jesus begins by talking about marriage and divorce. He covers this topic more thoroughly ...


Jesus challenges us to become people of our word.


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The Process of Restoration

I was visiting a church in Denton, Texas, one Sunday evening, and the pastor concluded the service by saying, "We will now ask all of our visitors to ...


When we deal with fellow believers who have sin in their lives, we must do it in such a way that it restores them to right fellowship with God.


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The Difference a Coach Can Make

It's amazing, the difference a coach can make.

Lou Holtz is one of my favorites. He has become a living legend among college football coaches, but to ...


Get a coach; be a coach.


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Let's Talk About Money

Do you realize Jesus had a lot to say about money? He talks very bluntly about money. He talks very bluntly about things. One day a fellow came to him ...


We need to invest in eternity by giving to God first


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The Parable of the Pounds
The Parable of the Pounds

During these weeks I'm doing studies of four of the kingdom parables of Christ. We began that study with a parable that is fundamental—that ...


As Christians, we are responsible to use wisely all that God has entrusted to us


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