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The path to joy

November 14, 2021  - By Lisa Mattackal

Humility seems hard to cultivate—especially in this day and age. But God humbles us not to cast us away but to draw us closer to Him

Why discipleship matters in the local church

June 13, 2021  - By Benjamin George

Some believers see no connection between the local church members and their spiritual life. Here’s why that’s problematic

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

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?

It takes grace to be served

May 1, 2020  - By Lisa Mattackal

Pride, masked as self reliance, is powerful, but Christ's church is built on mutual service. Did you know refusing to let others help us deprives them too?

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

Leaders, are ye of little FAITH?

February 21, 2020  - By Karen Ann Monsy

If you're serving your church in any capacity, this useful acronym can help you take stock of how you approach your ministry

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

The dangers of prosperity

November 8, 2019  - By Lisa Mattackal

Why Solomon's story is a powerful warning for Christians to be spiritually vigilant, even during seasons of comfort and peace

Let’s forget about ourselves

August 30, 2019  - By Tobin Mattackal

We can all be highly conscious of how we’re perceived by others — but knowing we’re already approved in Christ will free us to serve like He served

Where are the Stephens today?

August 7, 2019  - By Sam K. John

A man of fullness and faithfulness, the deacon from the book of Acts is a study in what many churches sorely lack today

How does one draw the line between spiritual confidence and arrogance?

July 30, 2019  - By Dr. Barry K. Creamer

There's head knowledge and there's heart knowledge. A reader asks: at what point does one turn into the other, and how does one distinguish between the two?



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