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Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Abandonment is a feeling that every one of us has had to face at one time or another in our lives. At the time of the occurrence, there is nothing remotely positive that can be derived out of feeling abandoned. Only in the aftermath of the event can we somewhat
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Everyone has that chore that they just hate doing around the house. You know what I’m talking about. That chore that you and your spouse wait on the other one to do....        Related StoriesHurting? God Still Hears Your PrayerWhat My Dog Te…
Article | Money and Stewardship >
 
Pastor Tim Stevens offers suggestions on how church leaders ought to minister to those with wealth.
Article | Church Planting >
 
Pastor Tim Spivey shares 10 important church planting lessons.
Article | Church Leadership >
 
What do dating, marriage, and divorce have to do with changing ministry positions? Mike Kim makes the connections, and it's served him well in ministry transitions.
Article | Youth Leaders >
 
Andy Blanks turns an unexpected event while running into an illustration for youth leaders.
Article | Emotional Health >
 
Cec Murphey tells the story of his childhood sexual abuse and asks the question here, "Why am I still not healed?" An excerpt from his book 'Not Quite Healed: 40 Truths for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.'
Article | Collegiate >
 
Read updates from three DBU rec teams who are spending their summer serving and spreading the love of Jesus to youth camps across the state of Texas.
Article | Devotionals >
 
The Bible is replete with stories of those who said yes to God at great cost to themselves. Tracee Persiko wonders if she'd do the same.