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  • The Story of Monasticism; or, What Monastics Can Teach Us

    By Greg S Peters


    Why wouldn’t everyone want to be a monk or nun? These days you will get your own room, never have to overthink the daily “What will I wear?” debate, be allotted plenty of time with God and, if you choose wisely, be engaged during your

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  • What Is the Church's Priority?

    By Gary McIntosh


    One might think that church leaders would naturally agree on the priority of mission.  However, this is not the case.  Debate continues today between those who say the priority of mission is to do well in whatever form it takes, while others contend that our priority is to preach the ...

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  • Wedding Homily for David and Victoria

    By Matt Jenson

    Jul. 31, 2015

    for Daniel Castle and Victoria Van Vlear, June 5, 2015 Well, Daniel and Victoria, this is it. You’ve arrived on the long-awaited day, your wedding day. Take a good look around you. Look at all these people who love you—who have led and listened to

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  • Lessons from Time and Creation

    By William Lane Craig

    Jul. 31, 2015

    Dear Dr. Craig

    I am Samuel, I am 20 years old, and I am currently studying for a science degree in Biology and Chemistry at the university of Malta.

    An argument which was brought up by my Atheist friend, which is currently studying physics and Chemistry, regarding the origins of ...

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  • Questions Over Breakfast #3: Let Go and Let God? Or Trust God and Try Hard?

    By Kenneth Berding

    Jul. 30, 2015

    The dialogue between Michael and Jim continues:

    Jim: Haven’t you noticed that some preachers concentrate on themes of forsaking all to follow Christ, personal discipline, faithfulness in prayer, radical discipleship, the lordship of Christ, and the like, while others exhort us to let go of our self-reliance and learn ...

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  • Episode 030, How to Know God's Will

    By Frederick Cardoza

    Jul. 30, 2015

    Knowing God’s Will is one of the most important yet most vexing issues in the Christian life. ...

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