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5 Big Questions from The Da Vinci Code
A brief guide.

Already an international publishing sensation, The Da Vinci Code now is a feature film directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks. The compelling story written by Dan Brown blurs the line between fact and fiction, so moviegoers have joined readers ...

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Mental Illness Has a Face
What I learned while visiting a mental health facility.
Mental Illness Has a Face

The large door labeled "Mental Health" stood at the end of the hallway. Maybe it really was ominous, or maybe it was just my imagination, but I took a deep breath before pressing the black button beside the door, fully aware that a camera ...

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Telling the Gospel Through Story
Evangelism that keeps hearers wanting more.
Telling the Gospel Through Story

Steve was a house painter from England vacationing at a beach in the Philippines with his family. I happened to be staying at the same resort. One day during a conversation that began to turn toward spiritual things, Steve said, "I've talked to numerous ...

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"Why, God, Why?"
Facing the painful questions that life keeps asking.
"Why, God, Why?"

My mother's pale, gaunt face was transformed into wreathes of joy when I walked through the door of her hospital room. Although her eyes seemed sunken, they sparkled with the zest for life that is her own special trademark. With IVs dangling from her ...

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A Review of Logos 6 Bible Software
A tool filled with resources for in-depth Bible study
A Review of Logos 6 Bible Software

If you're the kind of person who has a million new questions pop up every time you hear a sermon, Logos 6 is the perfect resource to help you explore the Bible. Whether you start wondering about the original Greek, find yourself curious about ...

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Kingdom Imagination
What we can learn from Joshua and Caleb
Kingdom Imagination

Moses sent spies to the Promised Land to check things out. They brought back a mixed report.

They gave Moses this account: "We went into the land to which you sent us, and it does flow with milk and honey! Here is its fruit. But the people who live there ...
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5 Big Questions from The Da Vinci Code
A brief guide.

Already an international publishing sensation, The Da Vinci Code now is a feature film directed by Ron Howard and starring Tom Hanks. The compelling story written by Dan Brown blurs the line between fact and fiction, so moviegoers have joined readers ...

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Open Your Hand
Learn to let go of grudges.
Open Your Hand

I watched as Jude and Charlie got released from "time out."

"What do you have to say to each other?" Heather asked.

"I'm sorry I hit you," Jude said.

"I forgive you," Charlie responded.

"I'm ...

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Forming an Inclusive Community
God opens his arms wide and so should we.
Forming an Inclusive Community

We experience community when we are with others who think like us, believe what we believe, and maybe even like what we like. Community is good, right? We form groups without being aware of it. Mention a sports team and in seconds you will know who ...

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Kingdom Imagination
What we can learn from Joshua and Caleb
Kingdom Imagination

Moses sent spies to the Promised Land to check things out. They brought back a mixed report.

They gave Moses this account: "We went into the land to which you sent us, and it does flow with milk and honey! Here is its fruit. But the people who live there ...
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Participating in the Resurrection
We have the privilege of being part of the story too.
Participating in the Resurrection

High in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah stands a magnificent aspen forest. If you could visit that place today, you would be amazed by the beauty and abundance of life beneath that golden canopy. What would be less obvious is that what appears to the ...

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The Theological Turn in Youth Ministry
Young people are not bored by theology. They are bored by theology that doesn't matter.
The Theological Turn in Youth Ministry

The questions that young people have are often the same ones that perplexed the great theologians, driving them to search for God in the places God didn't appear to be—places of brokenness, suffering, and confusion. So it's not surprising that ...

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"It does sometimes seem a shame that Noah and his party did not miss the boat," quips Mark Twain as his sharp tongue aims at the heart of humanity. My favorite thing that Mark Twain satirically advocated, however, was to bring home missionaries from ...

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What You Need to Know About Depression, Suicide, and Mental Illness
10 resources to help those who are suffering
What You Need to Know About Depression, Suicide, and Mental Illness

Any time suicide is in the news, we're filled with a sense of loss. We mourn the loss of what might have been, and we grieve the loss of gifts and talents. Whether it's a celebrity or someone closer to home, suicide is always a tragedy.

With ...

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Leading with Integrity
How to live a life that matters
Leading with Integrity

I first truly understood integrity the day I was laid off due to budgetary reasons. That might seem like a strange time to recognize something so universally praised as integrity. Don't get me wrong: It was painful. Losing my job in a bad economy was ...

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Top 10 Bible Studies on Love and Marriage
Our most popular studies on these topics
Top 10 Bible Studies on Love and Marriage

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, this is the perfect time to work on our closest relationship. With that in mind, here's a look at the 10 Bible studies that people like you downloaded most from ChristianBibleStudies.com on the ...

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Top Ten Downloads of 2006
We've compiled a list of your favorites from this year.

2006 was a great year for the ChristianBibleStudies.com ministry.

Our hearts leap when we offer studies on topics like prayer, spiritual growth, and cultural impact, and we see that they were useful to many of you. Likewise, we rejoice when our guides ...

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Top 10 Bible Studies of 2004
What people liked most at ChristianBibleStudies.com.

In 2004, individuals, small groups and Sunday school classes continued to learn and apply God's word with the help of ChristianBibleStudies.com. This unique site added many new types of Bible studies in the last year, including Movie Discussion ...

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