How to be a good steward of blessings

A humanitarian group in Africa, noticing the filthy water, sewage, and disease, built a clean water and sewage system for a village, and gave it to them for free.

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Do your words and actions honor Christ?

One day, a pig was fervently eating acorns under an oak tree.

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When the truth hurts

How might understanding that God gives eternal rewards help motivate you to tell the truth?

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Can anyone be a good leader?

A rich businessman once held a dinner party to which Calvin Coolidge had been invited. After Coolidge left, the man remarked that he thought Coolidge would one day make a good president of the United States.

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Tap into God’s comfort for you, straight from His Word

Jesus said that in this life you’re sure to face troubles – but Scripture also promises that you don’t face hard times alone. God is there to comfort you in your troubles when you turn to Him and His Word. So as thanks for your gift today which will be DOUBLED thanks to a $7,500 […]

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How to rest in God’s grace

There’s a story about a student at Cambridge University in England who entered the classroom on exam day and asked the proctor to bring him cakes and ale.

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How to handle disagreements among the Body

Veteran American League baseball umpire Bill Guthrie was working behind the plate one afternoon, and the catcher for the visiting team was repeatedly protesting his calls.

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The eternal significance of your short life

Lady Nancy Astor was the first woman ever to be seated in the British House of Commons.

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What man can’t do

Think about all the incredible inventions man has created over the generations. Which ones are the best?

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Avoiding the cancer of concealed sin

Robert Wood Johnson, former chairman of Johnson & Johnson, had a reputation for being especially stringent when he inspected his manufacturing plants.

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