Top 5 – July 18th

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CULTURE: How Long Have You Been Waiting? “For if Christ is all that we have, he is more than enough for every need, every prayer, and every season of waiting that we face.” Ann Swindell shares with us a personal prayer of hers, and just the exhaustion of waiting for an answer to her prayer. However, during this time of waiting, she continues to love God despite Him not answering because she understands that knowing God is worth more than anything we could receive. Just an encouraging reminder and article about waiting and loving God. THEOLOGY: The Damning Devastation of a Single...

Top 5 – July 14th

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CULTURE: Sloth Doesn’t Just Mean Sleep “You see the heart of the sluggard is that he is trying to find rest the wrong way.” Sloth is something that I think many Christians may be fighting even though it may appear as other sins. I think it’s one of those sins that are harder to fight because it feels so good. But in this article, Mike Leake presents his case to remind us that sloth is a sin that we should actively fight against, and correctly define. THEOLOGY: You Can’t Turn From Temptation on Your Own Too often, we tend to lean on our own strength, and try to...

Animal Wisdom from the Bible

By on Jul 13, 2017

Throughout the Bible, God uses animals to illustrate character traits or lifestyle habits for us to emulate. Animals not only make our lives more colorful; they also convey important life values. Here are six animals I found in the Bible that could teach us a thing or two:   1. The Ant “Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise, which, having no captain, overseer or ruler, provides her supplies in the summer, and gathers her food in the harvest.” Proverbs 6:6-8 The ant illustrates perfect diligence. She is consistent, each day putting in the sweat needed to accomplish...

Top 5 – July 13th

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CULTURE: Is Wonder Woman a Good Example of Biblical Womandhood? A very interesting article that dissects the new DC movie, Wonder Woman, and its implications. Amy Mantravadi tackles the movie from a biblical perspective, and breaks down the rising notion that Wonder Woman is the prime example of biblical womanhood. THEOLOGY: The Best Way to Enjoy Friendship with God In this video, Tim Keller reveals why meditating on the death of Jesus as an act of friendship can benefit your life, help you to obey God’s command to love, and enrich your friendship with God. APOLOGETICS: 5 More Reasons Why I...

Do Not Be Deceived

By on Jul 12, 2017

    If you have grown up going to church with your family, I am writing this to you. There are a number of questions you need to be clear on, for your own good. What is your greatest problem? Our problems regularly occupy our thoughts. Sanity would dictate that our thoughts be given to problems proportionally to their seriousness. If you were to assess the various objects of your preoccupations, what receives the greatest number of your thoughts? Is it an external problem, something that is external to you? Do you often think about your sin? It is your sin, a problem internal to...

Top 5 – July 12th

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CULTURE: How Do We Help the Next Generation Navigate Culture? An interview with the authors of the new book, A Practical Guide to Culture: Helping the Next Generation Navigate Today’s World, Brett Kunkle and John Stonestreet. They tackle a very important part of life, especially for the younger generations, and this interview dives into their hearts behind the book, and what it’s about. THEOLOGY: Is the Bible a Love Letter From God? “Here’s the crucial difference between the Bible and a love letter: the Bible is NOT about us. ” A common notion that people often have: that...

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