Two priorities for the Christian life!

one of the greatest things you can do for yourself is to think intentionally and seriously about your purpose in life. When I have asked people about their life’s purpose, I often get the comment, “That’s a good question. I should probably think more about that.” Many of the responses center around being happy, making a lot of money, having fun and pleasure, or to fulfill adventurous and challenging goals on a proverbial “bucket list.”

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Is your faith in circulation?

Longtime chaplain at Dallas Theological Seminary, Richard Seume, once shared a powerful reminder of what makes true faith come to life.

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The reward of good accountability

Former New York Yankee great Mickey Mantle recalls that as a teenager in the minor leagues he began playing poorly.

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How to stand firm in the face of pressure

Back in the early 1990s, it was no secret that President George H. W. Bush was not a fan of broccoli.

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Let God lift you up!

In one of Charles Schulz’s famous “Peanuts” cartoons, Lucy philosophizes about life as Charlie Brown listens woefully.

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Unleash the power of praise!

one of the greatest things you can do for yourself is to think intentionally and seriously about your purpose in life. When I have asked people about their life’s purpose, I often get the comment, “That’s a good question. I should probably think more about that.” Many of the responses center around being happy, making a lot of money, having fun and pleasure, or to fulfill adventurous and challenging goals on a proverbial “bucket list.”

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Two priorities for the Christian life!

one of the greatest things you can do for yourself is to think intentionally and seriously about your purpose in life. When I have asked people about their life’s purpose, I often get the comment, “That’s a good question. I should probably think more about that.” Many of the responses center around being happy, making a lot of money, having fun and pleasure, or to fulfill adventurous and challenging goals on a proverbial “bucket list.”

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You’ve been chosen for joy!

The great Scottish theologian, William Barclay writes…

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Fostering inclusiveness in the Body of Christ

One Sunday morning in 1865, a black man entered a prominent and fashionable church in Richmond, Virginia.

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The importance of getting quiet each day

Studies show noise affects human behavior. In one experiment carried out by psychologists, a student leaving a library intentionally dropped an armload of books.

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