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The greatest resolution

The greatest resolution

November 25, 2020  - By Garrett Haley

As we prepare to welcome a new year, resolutions will soon be on everyone's minds. There is one that matters above all others though

Encouragement for soldiers of the cross

Encouragement for soldiers of the cross

November 15, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

Are you labouring for Christ, yet seeing little fruit? Isaiah’s vision offers important warnings and reminders — both for us and those we’re trying to reach

Jars of clay

Jars of clay

November 13, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

Can power be made perfect in weakness? In God's economy, absolutely. And the wonder of it all is that He equips us to share this treasure with the world

Learning to back down

Learning to back down

November 6, 2020  - By Sherry Thomas

Being wronged by others hurts — a lot. Yet, exercising humility in those moments is not only an act of faith — it is also an act of worship

Only one platform will stand forever

Only one platform will stand forever

November 1, 2020  - By Dr. John Sypert

Some Christians believe certain political parties are inspired by God. There’s just one problem with that train of thought

Your spouse is not your enemy

Your spouse is not your enemy

October 28, 2020  - By Sherry Thomas

Marriage doesn’t always feel like ‘happily ever after’ — but those are the seasons when striving for unity honours God best

When you can’t pray

When you can’t pray

October 23, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

When our petitions seem inadequate, don’t be discouraged. We have a God who aids and strengthens even the most feeble request

Good grief is what we need

Good grief is what we need

October 21, 2020  - By Lisa Mattackal

Feeling guilty over past sin is one thing; sorrow, as God intends it, is something else altogether. The latter helps us bear fruit

Are children really a blessing?

Are children really a blessing?

October 14, 2020  - By Dania Lovin Thomas

Secular thinking often labels kids an inconvenience. The church would do well to see the fruit of the womb as its heavenly Father does

The song of the vineyard

The song of the vineyard

October 9, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

We find beautiful — and, at times startling — horticultural imagery throughout the Bible. Discover the key to flourishing where God plants us

The root of prayerlessness

The root of prayerlessness

October 7, 2020  - By Dr. John Kurian

Lack of prayer in the Christian's life is a sign of carnal pride. It boasts that things can be done in our own power without God

Don’t dwell on the past

Don’t dwell on the past

October 2, 2020  - By Sherry Thomas

The danger of being trapped in the memories of things that ‘were’ is that it negates the power of God to bring beauty from the ashes

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