The Uniqueness of Living a Christian Life in the First Century

The Uniqueness of Living a Christian Life in the First Century

Becoming a Christian in the first century entailed becoming someone wholly different from the fray. Several of Paul’s epistles point this out to new Christians who, after having ...

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Our Door of Hope

Our Door of Hope

The stench of sin permeated the Israelite camp. Something detestable was in their midst. The people of Israel were not aware of the act that had transgressed their covenant with ...

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Rehoboam, Groupthink, and Leadership

Rehoboam, Groupthink, and Leadership

In families, churches, and businesses, there can be intense pressure to conform to “keep the peace” and not “rock the boat” or be a “troublemaker.”

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The Value of Covenant Faithfulness

The Value of Covenant Faithfulness

The Bible calls us to act like God. One of the core qualities of God is covenant faithfulness. This post explores some ways in which we can live out covenant faithfulness in our ...

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Are Your Teachers VIPs?

Are Your Teachers VIPs?

One of the most important resources in the local church is the Bible class teacher. They invest their time and effort in instructing others in the Word, and they deserve the ...

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Shining Bright: Life After Incest

Shining Bright: Life After Incest

Sexual abuse and how this woman refused to let it define her life.

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What If Everybody Was Doing It?

What If Everybody Was Doing It?

In this edition of Desert Spiritual, Timothy Gunnells asks a thought provoking question about something very important (and world changing). Please read it, contemplate it, and ...

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Expecting the Impossible

Expecting the Impossible

      John Quincy Adams held more important offices than anyone else in the history of the United States.  He served with distinction as President, Senator, Congressman, and ...

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