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Daniel Darling suggests praying for those you may not be praying for: politicians, poor examples of Christianity, mockers of the faith, critics, and those who've hurt you.
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Wayne Stiles offers eight compelling reasons to the historical accuracy and truthfulness of the Bible.
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Scott Elliott offers five key ways to encourage and enhance public prayer in the life of a church.
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Paul’s description of the false teachers needs something to compare it to. He shares a reference to an Old Testament event that most people are familiar with, although these particular names are not mentioned in that account. You can see this week’s passage, found in 2 Timothy …
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1 Timothy 4:12 Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in life, in love, in faith and in purity. I have had the privilege of taking two mission trips to Panama with 80 high school students
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Paul has been encouraging Timothy to endure for the sake of the gospel throughout the letter of 2 Timothy. In a fitting conclusion to that appeal, he draws everything back to the foundational element of the message of the gospel: Jesus Christ. You can see this week’s passage in 2
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In last week’s passage, Paul indicated that his time on earth was drawing to a close. However, he is not fearful. Instead, his demeanor is one of hopeful anticipation, looking forward to the time when he will be in the presence of the Lord, along with all those who have
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Is the idea of men being the provider a biblical one, or a cultural one?
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Is it OK for a woman to contribute to the economics of their households?
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Daniel Darling outlines four aspects of being a courageous Christian through the lens of the book of 1 Peter.