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  Frank Turek shares perhaps the most important question for an unbeliever. The post The one question we should ask unbelievers appeared first on Michael Ernest.
Blog Entry | World >
I assume at time or another, you would have been accosted by some men or women in high sounding religious phraseology, telling you receive Jesus as Lord and Savior. it could be that you were given a tract about why you need to be born again. These people do knock at doors to preach about giving you life to Christ. In any of these ways, you have had the gospel preached to you. But how do you feel, when these people abruptly stop you in your track»
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Today, I have the honor of being my friend Matt's lead-out guest poster on a new series about gender roles in the church and family at his site The Church of No People. I've known Matt for three years or so now, and every time I get to see him in person (and that one time on Skype, which we REALLY need to repeat), he always floors me with how genuine, open, and kind he is. Why he chooses to hang out with my sarcastic self is anyone's guess. :) T»
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DISCLAIMER: I don’t want to discount everything that I learned, nor the people that I met at my Alma mater.  In my experience, individuals generally had their heads screwed on right and their hearts in good places. ————————————————————————————————R»
Article | Work >
 
David's dealings with Saul may offer some helpful ideas on how to work honorably for a non-Christian boss.
Audio | Marriage >
Thriving in an Unequally Yoked Marriage (2)
Continuing the conversation regarding marriage to an unbeliever.
Audio | Marriage >
Thriving in an Unequally Yoked Marriage (1)
Encouragement for those married to unbelievers
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
from Desiring God:When evangelism is often discussed, it tends to focus on how churches mobilize their people to get out and connect with unbelievers. But when we think in these terms, the definition of evangelism can be mistaken as a maneuver, rather than proclamation.To evangelize, explains pastor Jeff Vanderstelt, simply means to herald the good news of Jesus. The evangelist, or messenger, is the one who says,Jesus has come and preached good n»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Depression is an issue that impacts everyone. Christians and unbelievers alike suffer from fear, anxiety, and overwhelming stress. If you are not depressed than you know somebody who is or []
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
Hell is a sticky subject. For centuries the church has sold God as a loving being full of grace and mercy. And yet, equally consistent has been its message that Hell, a place of torment, is the eternal place for unbelievers. That eternal damnation awaits those who don’t make the right choice about God. Understandably, the two ideals create an odd friction. How is it that God can be loving and full of unmerited favor and send people to torment i»