Don’t let the pressure win

The famous 19th century missionary to China, Hudson Taylor, once shared some powerful words that apply well to the situation we’re facing in our world today…

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How to overcome fear in your life

Little 5-year-old Johnny was in the kitchen as his mother made supper one evening. So she asked him to go into the pantry and get her a can of tomato soup…

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How to keep your body and soul in good health

Recent studies have shown that people who practice their faith regularly may be getting some health benefits: A study conducted by sociologists at Purdue University found that…

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How to find the courage to share your faith

On Memorial Day weekend in 2002, a barge pilot passed out and hit a bridge span of I-40 over the Arkansas River. The accident destroyed a 600-foot span of the bridge, and 14 unsuspecting people died as their cars and 18-wheelers dove over the edge of the missing span…

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Let God use you today!

Chuck Swindoll once said, “Let’s recognize that age has little to do with ability.” He then went on to point out…

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How to know for sure you’re in Christ

The famous preacher, H. A. Ironside, once stated that salvation was like Noah inviting a pagan in his day to place his trust in God and come in to the ark…

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The impact you can make by encouraging others

Years ago during the world lightweight boxing championship match, a Scotsman was fighting against a man from the United States who was six years younger…

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How are you investing in yourself?

The famous economist Arthur Brooks wrote a book a number of years ago called Who Really Cares, in which he analyzed the demographics of America’s most generous people…

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How you can be fulfilled in every way

Boris Becker, the famous tennis star, was at the very top of the tennis world. Yet despite all of his success, he was on the brink of suicide. He was quoted as saying…

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Serving God in the big and small

Woodrow Wilson was on his whistle-stop train tour of the U.S. when he was President of the United States. The train stopped in Billings, Montana. As was custom, he was standing at the rear of the last railroad car speaking to a crowd from the platform…

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