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When No One's Pushing - #6618
You've got to develop your own discipline of time in The Word, of making Christ-honoring choices when there's nobody around to see but Him. You've got to take a stand on your own.
The Silent Killer - #6574
Have you been neglecting your time with Jesus? You can't see it, but you're being steadily weakened and eroded by what you're not doing. You just can't afford another day away. There have been too many already. The alternative is that one day you'll be closed; you'll cave in.
Finding Jesus on the Internet: Kimberley shares her story
The 24/7 always-on searchable Internet is an ideal match for a seeker. Here, Kimberley tells her story of seeking and finding.
Effective evangelism - Relationships and listening: keys to finding Jesus online
To paraphrase the 1990's election slogan (in response to the unspoken question "What's the priority?"), we might respond to "What's the key to effective evangelism?" with the answer: "It's the relationships, silly." Most lasting conversions are the result of an ongoing relationship with one or more believers.
Every funeral of a Jesus-forgiven child of God is the ultimate declaration of what a Savior He is. This "hope" isn't wishful thinking or sympathy card sentiment. It's the surest of all sure things - because it's anchored to the Man who blew death away when He walked out of His grave.
Kristi's story - a student finding truth and meaning on the Internet
A student finding truth and meaning on the Internet.
Contrast in infographics - the Social Universe versus Bunyan
Two very different infographics here, with three and a half centuries between them! First, the GeoSocial Universe according to TechCrunch. Then, showing that infographics are nothing new, John Bunyan's Ordo Salutis.
True Woman: How Christ's Resurrection Impacts You Daily
I remember a time when a friend was relating to me some difficulties in her life. I asked her, "What does the resurrection mean in this situation?" She answered, "I know it should mean something, but I don't know what." Most of us are there. We know that the resurrection is important but we haven't connected it with our daily lives.
True Woman: What Difference Does It Make?
What does all this mean for us? What difference do the Cross and the empty tomb make for those who are facing pain or tears or failure? Here are some of the implications of that momentous weekend for people like you and me.
True Woman: Who Is Jesus to You?
How are we as followers of Christ to respond to those who insist that their faith is equally (or more) valid than ours? And how are we to present the gospel of Christ to a world that views Him as something different or less than we believe Him to be, simply another in a pantheon of religious figures?