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Glorifying God in the Routines

Posted by Gloria Furman on

Kiss, hug, monkey blanket, book, pray. That’s the summation of my preschool-age son’s bedtime routine. His simple bedtime routine must mean the world to him because if I miss a beat or shake up the order, he lets me know that the universe is falling apart. If you want accountability...

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Family Life and The Kingdom of God

Posted by Gloria Furman on

You and Your House “But as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15b). Could there be a grander vision for the family than this? It is no wonder this verse is brought up in premarital counseling sessions and emblazoned on artwork in our homes. The highest...

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The Mystery of the Church: Ephesians 3

Posted by Gloria Furman on

Faster and faster, the world seems to be spinning out of control. Talk of cultural revolutions in the West and political instability in the East is in the air. In light of this, questions of the church’s relevance fly at us from the left and the right. Ephesians chapter 3 answers those...

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What Not to Say to Someone Who's Suffering

Posted by Dave Furman on

*Video originally posted on The Gospel Coalition blog.

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How to Create a Culture of Evangelism

Posted by Mack Stiles on

I was at High Pointe Baptist Church in Austin, Texas. The pastor, Juan, had asked me to do a seminar on developing a culture of evangelism. I talked and people asked questions. Then someone asked an elephant-in-the-room type of question: “Many Vietnamese are moving into the community...

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When I feel Afraid

Posted by Leeann Stiles on

I’ve struggled with fears as long as I can remember. Separation anxiety as a toddler, overwhelming dread of starting school, apprehension about sleeping over at a friend’s house: my early years were haunted. Even though I outgrew many of my fears, others plague me to this day. Some...

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Finding Comfort During Waiting

Posted by Beverly Berrus on

Six weeks ago, I gave birth to our second child. What a sweet (and pain-filled) privilege as I think about how just three years ago, my husband and I were faced with the possibility that my body may not sustain a pregnancy long enough to deliver a living child. At the time, I felt...

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