Choices and Consequences: 5 Examples to Learn From

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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No matter who we are, all of us have made choices in our lives that have had consequences: some good, some not so good. Likewise, if we are honest and given the opportunity, we would have made different choices somewhere in our life. Most often, it is the consequences that lead us to think this […]

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How To Evangelize Online

by Jack Wellman
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How can Christians evangelize online, through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any other social media? What is Evangelism? Evangelism is essentially the proclamation of the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ and we are given an imperative command from our Master and Lord to “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them […]

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Should Politics Divide Christians?

by Jack Wellman
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Should Christians divide over politics? Should Christian Democrats and Christian Republicans be at odds with one another? Is God Democrat or Republican? I have heard people actually say that they believe that God is a Republican because that party is pro-life but is God into politics?  Should Christians be into politics?  Should we campaign or put […]

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7 Tips For The Christian Dealing With Heartbreak Or A Broken Heart

by Jack Wellman
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Here are seven tips for the Christian who is dealing with a broken heart. Choose Thankfulness Thankfulness does not come naturally to any of us.  Thankfulness is a choice, even when we don’t feel thankful.  I would say that at the time that we feel most like not giving thanks to God because of our […]

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7 Tips In Teaching Children and Teens To Read The Bible

by Jack Wellman
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Here are 7 tips in teaching children and teens to read the Bible Bedtime Reading If we are good parents, we will read to our children at bedtime but also during the daytime too.  My beloved wife has been such a good mother and she had this precious habit.  She would read a book to […]

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5 Questions To Ask Before Getting Married

by David Peach
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There are many people who have married for the wrong reasons or at the wrong time. Some have been able to make their marriage work, but, sadly, many do not. Take some time to think through your wedding plans and make the right decisions concerning your commitment before God. Please understand that these questions are […]

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Top 7 Time Management Tips For The Christian Mom

by Pamela Rose Williams
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I remember when I had young children and even worked outside of the home. Life was way too busy! It seemed like there were never enough hours in the day to do what I needed to do as the mom. But really now, let’s face it, if there were even one more hour in the […]

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Biblical Advice For Those In Bad Relationships

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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Most people have had a relationship in their life where things did not go well. Whether it was a marriage, a friendship, or a coworker, it is not uncommon for us to occasionally have a problem getting along with someone. There are even numerous TV shows where individuals discuss their problems in front of a […]

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5 Important Ways Christians Should Cope With Loneliness

by Crystal McDowell
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Loneliness may creep in on us like a shadow without warning or it could come like the aftermath of a great storm leaving scattered pieces of our lives everywhere. We can allow the enemy to use this season of loneliness for pity parties and discouragement. Or we can allow the Lord to use our pain […]

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How To Deal With Conflict In The Church

by Jack Wellman
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How should we deal with conflict within the church?  Is it up to the believer, the pastor, or is it up to all of us? Is Conflict is Unavoidable? I remember hearing about a huge church in Dallas, Texas some years ago dividing over what the color of the carpet should be.  Imagine how this […]

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