Should Women Be Pastors or Elders of a Church? A Bible Study

by Jack Wellman
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What does the Bible say about women being ordained as pastors?  What about having women as elders of a church?  What does the Bible tell us? Biblical Qualifications for a Pastor This is one of the most controversial subjects in the church today.  Should women be pastors or is this relegated only to men?  What […]

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Bible Study Methods: 5 Different Techniques

by David Peach
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There are many different ways to read and study the Bible. You don’t have to do just one type of study; however, if you are new to reading or studying the Bible you should probably focus on one at a time. As you get more involved in Bible study you may find that as you […]

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How Tolerant Should A Christian Be? Are Christians Judgmental?

by Robert Driskell
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We live in a culture of postmodernism. Postmodernism can be described as a worldview that is skeptical of everything.  The tried and true conventions, morals, ethics and other formerly accepted ways of looking at things are rejected.  In place of those beliefs, there exists a fluid and fluctuating viewpoint that denies the existence of absolutes.  […]

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Christian Advice Before Marriage

by Jack Wellman
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With the divorce rate soaring, what can engaged couples do to lower the risks for divorce?  What about living together first?  What about Christians marrying non-believers?  What about couples who are dating? Unequally Yoked The Bible is clear that a believer — a Christ-follower should not marry a non-believer.  In fact, they should not even […]

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Can America Rightly Be Called A Christian Nation?

by Robert Driskell
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Is America now a Christian nation?  Some think it is, some want it to be, some say it never was and are doing their best to see that it never becomes one.  Deciding whether to label America a ‘Christian nation’ depends a lot on the definition of the term ‘Christian Nation”.  Much has been written […]

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Being Intentional In Our Christian Walk: 7 Ways To Live With Purpose

by Robert Driskell
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Too many people think that Christianity is a passive faith.  They believe the duty of a believer ends when one recites a prayer of commitment or fills out a card at a revival meeting.  Those who think this way will often simply resume the same lifestyle they had been living before being ‘saved’, except now […]

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Gideon Bible Story Summary With Lesson

by David Peach
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Gideon was the fifth judge over Israel in the book of Judges. He is introduced in chapter 6 of the book while he was collecting wheat and hiding it from the enemy. An angel came to him and asked him to take on the task of overthrowing the Midianites. The story of Gideon is full […]

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7 Tips for the Christian Mother

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Being a mother is one of the most important jobs that God gives to any woman. I have been a mom for over thirty years and now have the joy of seeing my children raise their own children. Some of my children were born before I came to know Jesus as my personal Savior and […]

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How to Preach Expository Sermons

by Jack Wellman
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What is expository preaching?  How does one do it?  Is it the best method of preaching a sermon?  Why do pastors use expository preaching while others do not? Expository Preaching – What it is Not You will have no trouble finding sermons on topics or themes.  The preacher will focus on one subject and use […]

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Bible Study on Joy: 7 Things You Need To Know

by Robert Driskell
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The word ‘joy’ is defined by Merriam-Webster as, “the emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune or by the prospect of possessing what one desires…the expression or exhibition of such emotion…a state of happiness” .  Let us look at the biblical understanding of ‘joy’. Worldly Joy Is Fickle And Temporary The joy that the […]

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