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Exploring the Psalms: Getting to Know God and Ourselves
Exploring the Psalms: Getting to Know God and Ourselves
A six-session video Bible study featuring the teaching and music of Sandra McCracken.
Mark Wahlberg on Playing the Hardscrabble Priest
His latest film is the most fulfilling thing he's ever done.

Mark Wahlberg’s latest film might surprise you.

In an emotionally ratifying opening scene, a young Stuart Long sings along to Elvis in the living room, dancing around in nothing but his boxers. His father, Bill, played by Mel Gibson, curses his ...

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The Business of Making Saints
What does it mean to give spiritual care? To shepherd a soul?

These are the most basic questions of pastoral ministry, yet they can sometimes be difficult to answer.

Few have given clearer, more pointed answers than Eugene Peterson. Eugene founded Christ Our King (Presbyterian) Church in Bel Air, Maryland, and served ...

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Incarnate Forever
What is the scriptural and theological support for the teaching that Jesus, the God-man, remains eternally incarnate?

This question is part of a bigger one: How do we understand the mystery of the Incarnation itself? When I say mystery, I'm using theology's label for any divine reality that we know is actual (because the Bible tells us so) while not knowing how it is ...

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How do we keep from letting the world press us into its mold?

As a Christian leader, I am grieved by statistics indicating that believers and non-believers live almost identical lives: similar sexual ethics, spending patterns, and lifestyle choices. Despite spending millions of dollars on transformation campaigns, ...

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How can I make reading the Bible a habit?
How can I make reading the Bible a habit?
To hear God’s voice regularly, we might have to give something up.

It can feel like work to read the Bible. Some of us wonder for what reward, but it's difficult to measure the slow, incremental change the Bible effects in the short-term. Our spiritual growth mirrors the development of a child. I rarely notice my ...

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