The Early Bird Gets The Link

There is only a few days left to enter to win a copy of Lecrae’s new book Unashamed.

Surprise! Life Does Begin at Conception
I don’t think people want to admit the distasteful truth to themselves that they’re dividing human beings into two groups: those whose lives we respect and those we don’t
3 Reasons My Idols Are Better Than Jesus

Yes, the heart is an idol factory. Today it’s busily working. Building. Manufacturing. And whatever comes out of that assembly line will tell you what you want to hear, think you’re the most important thing in the universe, and hate all the same things you do. In short, those idols will be another version of our worst selves.

Governed by Bad News or Good News?

Timely article, we get so consumed by our 24 hour news culture, we begin to have a “woe is us” attitude. “How do we keep ourselves from being governed by bad news? How do we keep ourselves from bitterness and discontent? Acts 20:32 holds the answer…”

How Do You Explain the Trinity to Children?

Moore hits the nail on the head. There are Christian doctrines we will not but are clearly revealed for us to believe. “In order to believe, you must trust everything God has said to you, but you must also see him, not your own comprehension, as Lord. To see at all we must know that we “see through a glass darkly” (1 Cor. 13:12).”

9 Things You Should Know About Jehovah’s Witnesses

When he died last week at the age of 57, pop singer Prince was arguably the most famous Jehovah’s Witness in the world. Here are nine things you should know about the obscure religious group that emerged from the Bible Student movement in the late 1870s:

3 Reasons You Should See Going to Church as a Privilege, Not a Chore

I know there were days my kids wondered why went to church so often, but I thank God we did because it instilled in them a love for God and a love for his bride. “If you think of attending a worship service as merely a duty or an obligation that you are bound to fulfill, then you are speaking of worship as if it were a chore. Regular church attendance may feel like that at times, just as a daily “work out” sometimes does. But we’re off base if we regularly conceive of our weekly efforts to “meet together” and to “stir one another to love and good works” as merely an obligation.”

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