How to Create Your Own Bible Study for a Group

by Jack Wellman
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Is it possible to create your very own Bible Study?  Yes, it is very possible. Here’s how to create a Bible study of your own for a group, including for church, for your neighborhood and even for your own self! Commanded to Study We are actually commanded by God to study His Word in several […]

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How to Say “No” Without Shame, Regret, or Guilt

by Crystal McDowell
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Is it bad to say “no” to legitimate requests? Are Christians always to agree to put themselves in bad situations so that we appear as giving, loving, or patient? What if someone asks us to do something but we don’t really feel right about it? I believe that many times we find ourselves wanting to […]

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5 Christian Tips For Dealing With A Difficult Supervisor or Boss

by David Peach
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While there are several good examples in the Bible of those who worked for bad bosses, Joseph is the one that immediately sticks out to me. Though his father loved him disproportionately you couldn’t say he was a bad boss to work for. But the supervisors over Joseph (his older brothers) hated him so much […]

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How To Pray For A Wayward Child

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Being parents is one of the greatest honors and blessings the Lord gives to a husband and wife. Parenthood takes you on a journey that requires wisdom as you raise your child/children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. You pray that as you raise your children that they will make good choices that […]

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How To Know I Am Being Called Into Ministry Work

by David Peach
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God has given certain instruction in His Word to help guide our lives on a daily basis. Some of these guidelines apply to everyone. For example, He wants to have a personal relationship with you through salvation. Then there are times when God guides or calls a person into specific ministry. I want to give […]

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5 Ways Separation Can Help to Save a Struggling Marriage

by Crystal McDowell
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Rather than make a rush judgment towards divorce, Christian couples may choose to separate for a period of time. In serious cases of verbal, physical, or emotional abuse where the victim is under severe stress—a separation gives time for healing. However before considering separation, both parties should seek out godly counsel from a pastor, respected […]

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20 Ways To Serve At Church

by David Peach
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It is possible to be a member of a church, but never be part of the team that makes the church function properly. Spiritual growth happens when you move from being a receiver to being a reproducer. A church of 100 people could not function if there were 100 pastors, but neither can it function […]

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Delight Yourself In The Lord: A Study of Psalm 37

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Studying the Psalms is a good way to reflect upon the goodness of the Lord. They are the best collection of poems and songs ever published and the greatest thing is that they are all Holy Spirit inspired! As you study the Psalms you learn that King David of Israel wrote many of them, such […]

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Finding The Peace That Surpasses All Understanding in Your Life

by Crystal McDowell
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Have you lost your peace? Do you not know where to begin to find it again? Finding peace can be a challenge when our lives have been turned upside down through painful circumstances. Lack of peace can drive us towards making situations worse as we can become argumentative, anxious, moody, or tired (sleepless nights). Jesus […]

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How To Show Empathy To Others: 5 Christian Ways

by Derek Hill
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Empathy is defined as: the feeling that you understand and share another person’s experiences and emotions; the ability to share someone else’s feelings. (Merriam-Webster.com) I am scared that this word may be taken out of the dictionary in the next 30 years if we don’t show our children how to love other people.  People in […]

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