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If you’ve got teens, you need to read articles like this and then talk them over with your kids. This is real.
Don’t believe the lies! You are never too young to live for Christ.
This is kind of neat and kind of odd. But this guy has a collection of Hot Wheels worth a cool million.
Daniel Motley has some good thoughts on Christian community in the aftermath of the election. “Every election, a dangerous forgetfulness descends upon the nation like a cloud, as if somehow this election will decide the fate of America for the next 1,000 years.”
Here’s how not to lead those bad meetings we all hate so much.
This Day in 1855. 61 years ago today Scottish missionary-explorer David Livingstone named Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe on his first missionary journey through Africa. *
Here’s the story of why inauguration day is January 20 instead of right after the election.
You know that, in theory, there is redemptive value in church discipline. But it’s still good to read accounts of it.
Allah may be glorified in maimed bodies and blood-soaked city streets, but God is glorified in acts of love and deeds of kindness.
The more bored you are with God, the more vulnerable you will be when temptation comes.—Jared Wilson