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Lukewarm Chan

Francis Chan: There’s no Such Thing as a Lukewarm Christian

“Even that phrase, ‘lukewarm Christian’…I don’t see that in the Scripture."
Your “What” Is Not As Important As Your “Why”

Andy Stanley: Your “What” Is Not As Important As Your “Why”

Andy Stanley challenges us to not be afraid to go back to God’s calling upon our lives in order to answer the “why”.
Beth Moore Parents

Parents: Are You More Concerned about Your Child’s Success than You Are about His...

When our children are rebelling, are we willing to ask God to bring hard circumstances into their lives in order for them to see the folly of their rebellion?
Can Someone Love Jesus But Not The Church?

Can I Love Jesus But Not The Church?

If we don’t love God’s people, then we have reason to suspect that our relationship with God is not genuine.

Comparison is a Breeding Ground for Discontentment and Dissatisfaction with God

Comparing ourselves to other people can be such a subtle sin because it’s all internal.
Is Your Family Tech Wise?

3 Family Rhythms to Put into Practice to Help Everyone Unplug

Smart devices promise to make our lives easier, but they actually bring complexity and busyness.
I Want to Disciple But How?

Francis Chan Answers: How Do I Disciple Someone?

"Disciple-making must begin with a regular rhythm of studying the Bible."
Who Chose Who?

God Chose You Before You Chose Him

If you are watching this video, and you have faith in Christ and have been united in Him, it is because you were chosen before the foundation of the world.
Lady with a Bible Verse…for Everything

That Lady who Has a Bible Verse…for Everything

"Apple Computers? I don’t think so.. that comes right from original sin.. only Microsoft products for me."
How to Be Faithful In an Increasingly Hostile Culture

How to Remain Faithful to the Teachings of Christianity in an Increasingly Hostile Culture

It’s easy to point a law-abiding finger and to expose the shameful acts within our culture. But that doesn't make a lot of sense to a secular culture.
Spoken Word on Martin Luther King Jr.

Spoken Word Inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Evil May Touch Our Bodies,...

"Because Christ is alive we know that someday racism will be completely dead."
John Pipervideo

John Piper: Why PhDs in Theology Commit Adultery

It is a dangerous thing to participate in “graduate school sins” while having a “grammar school knowledge of God.”
Are Church Unintentionally Undermining the Biblical Teaching on Singleness

Is the Church Unintentionally Undermining the Biblical Teaching on Singleness?

While singleness and marriage are both temporary, Christ’s commitment to His children is permanent.
Pastors on Easter be like…

Pastors on Easter Be Like…

Like a ringmaster at a circus, imagine a pastor barking out a bunch of craziness like…
Christians and Secular Music

Is It Ok for Christians to Listen to Secular Music?

"If Christians trash all secular music, then do we also trash all the arts such as paintings, sculptures, movies, and even buildings that were not created by Christians?"
Judgement? Have You Read the Bible?

Francis Chan: If You Think a Loving God Wouldn’t Judge, Have You Read the...

As morality becomes more and more subjective, the concept of judgment becomes increasingly offensive.
How Can a Busy Mom Become a Better Theologian

How a Busy Mom Can Become a Better Theologian

There may not be a more complex and demanding role in society than being a mother.

Easter’s Challenge to the Non-Christian

Should non-Christians care about Easter?
God Sees You Different than You Do

For Those Who Struggle with Anxiety and Fear: God Sees You Differently than You...

Do you ever struggle with paralyzing fear or thoughts about yourself that border on self-hatred? You're not alone. One hero of the faith, in particular, did also.

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