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Are similar callings required for marriage?

December 21, 2021  - By Thomson B Thomas

When God calls men and women into full-time ministry, it is a beautiful thing. But how does such a calling affect someone also considering marriage?

The husband’s handbook: A call to covenant

August 6, 2021  - By Tobin Mattackal

To be a godly husband is not merely a good gesture; rather, it is a commandment from the Lord. And saying, “I do” is just the beginning

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?

He is Immanuel, God with us

June 6, 2021  - By Premilla Jacob

What do Israel in captivity and the church in lockdown have in common? The uncertainty of the future. These eternal promises of God are the perfect antidote

What will heaven truly look like?

February 21, 2021  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

Will we do anything other than sing God’s praise? Will we receive wings? Find out what the Bible has to say about our future home

How can Christians in positions of authority ensure fairness in their dealings?
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How can Christians in positions of authority ensure fairness in their dealings?

August 12, 2020  - By George Mattackal

It's easy for power to go to our heads if we're not careful. What can believers do to rightly represent Christ in such positions — whether at work or home?

Love in the time of social distancing

April 1, 2020  - By Lisa Mattackal

In small, seemingly insignificant ways, believers can continue to show the world Christ’s love during these hours of desperate need

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?

Does your Christianity include hospitality?

December 1, 2019  - By Dr. John Sypert

Despite our busy schedules, there are several ways to spend quality time with people around us, especially if we desire to do them spiritual good

You don’t have to be broken to be fixed

October 6, 2019  - By Rebecca Moore

The older brother in the story of the Prodigal Son offers a much-needed perspective when it comes to how we perceive ourselves

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