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The good gift of conscience

July 4, 2021  - By Dr. John Sypert

Why it’s of utmost importance that our inner voice be governed by what God says is right and wrong, not culture or society

‘Consistency and caring can go a long way’

November 29, 2020  - By Elizabeth Abraham

Missionaries to Cambodia Tyler and Katie Van Halteren remind us that God’s love for us is the same on our most fruitful and least fruitful days

Does every believer have a spiritual gift?

June 30, 2020  - By Rufus Simon Varghese

Learn the difference between talents and spiritual gifts — and how to identify your individual, God-given abilities to build up the body of Christ

How many elders should a church have?

February 2, 2020  - By Dr. John Sypert

The clear pattern of the New Testament is for plurality when it comes to assembly leadership. And there are several reasons why

Redeem the time

January 29, 2020  - By Garrett Haley

In the wake of the shocking news of basketball legend Kobe Bryant’s passing, the message of Psalm 90 becomes all the more urgent and that much more real

Look to the real prize

December 22, 2019  - By Winston Hottman

The Samaritan’s vision of the ultimate gift wasn’t obscured amidst the unwrapping of the ‘lesser gifts’ — a perception we often miss out on

Lessons from the early church

December 6, 2019  - By Sam K. John

There is much that modern-day Christians can learn from first-century believers, including how to avoid many of the issues we face in our assemblies today

Can women teach men at home?

December 3, 2019  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

The Bible offers instruction on the question of women’s authority inside the church, but does that extend to other settings as well?

YHWH and Chandrayaan 2

November 27, 2019  - By Revanth T.

We can understand several fundamental realities, which go beyond the findings on the moon, when we dissect the often-overlooked theological underpinnings of space exploration

‘Change doesn’t start in the White House, it starts in your house’

August 9, 2019  - By Tobin Mattackal

Nate Bramsen, who works for the cause of abandoned children in North Africa, on learning to love those who once abused him, and the 'gift of cancer'

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