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Can men of all personality types be spiritual leaders at home?

July 13, 2021  - By George Mattackal

Not everyone is naturally given to taking the lead or providing direction. Some are happier to follow. What does this mean in the Christian home?

Are secular jobs less valuable to the Lord?

April 25, 2021  - By Timothy Spees

It's a common misconception that non-ministry occupations are not 'as sacred', but these too can be an act of worship to the Lord

How can God have regrets?

September 1, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

A reader asked how an all-knowing Creator could feel ‘sorry’ for His actions, as Scripture records in Genesis 6 and 1 Samuel 15

Was it wrong for the disciples to choose Matthias as the 12th apostle?

August 25, 2020  - By Thomson B Thomas

Was it right for Peter & Co. to cast lots for a replacement for Judas, considering there's a stronger case for Paul to be part of the Twelve?

How can we differentiate between the Spirit’s leading and our own?

July 7, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

A reader asked if it's possible to identify with certainty whether a particular direction is coming from our flesh or from God

Should workplace values matter to Christian jobseekers?
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Should workplace values matter to Christian jobseekers?

June 3, 2020  - By George Mattackal

In an economic climate where jobs are hard to come by, can we really be picky about the kind of career opportunities we can and cannot take up?

‘God was training me even as a child, only I didn’t know it then’

April 29, 2020  - By Elizabeth Abraham

Phebe Muppidi on looking back and seeing God ‘connect the dots’ in her life, and how Telangana became both mission field and home

God’s guidelines for the grey areas of life – Part 6

March 11, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

It is not difficult to discern a good Christian, but being a good Christian in a good way is more subjective. Here’s how to discover ‘the good way’

Guidelines for the grey areas of life – Part 5

March 4, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

Find out why short-term loss, but long-term gain, is the way of Christ — and the way of love — when making wise decisions in wicked world

Guidelines for the “grey areas” of life – Part 4

February 26, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

When it comes to wise decision-making, our actions need to be consistent with our new lives in Christ, and our God-given conscience can help save the day

Guidelines for the “grey areas” of life – Part 3

February 19, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

Find out why, when it comes to wise decision-making, the mature believer in Christ will always have an eye toward a potential weaker brother

Guidelines for the “grey areas” of life – Part 2

February 12, 2020  - By Dr. Danny L. Akin

We often want to know if we’re free to do something in the name of Christian liberty. Read on to understand the wiser questions to ask

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