A Letter To Single Moms Everywhere

Explore the personal story of a man raised by a single mom and discover the powerful impact her faith had on his life, teaching him valuable lessons about prayer, seeking other positive influences, and finding strength in God's word.

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What Is Baptism And Why Is It Important?

Explore the importance of baptism in one's faith journey, from going public with your beliefs and being obedient to remembering your personal transformation and salvation. Learn how baptism strengthens your relationship with Jesus and serves as a powerful reminder of His love.

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What If Your Suffering Is Not A Lack Of Faith But The Result Of Faith?

Explore the personal journey of faith and trust in God, as seen through the story of Hebrews 11. Learn how both miracles and suffering are part of a faithful life, and how following Jesus leads to an eternal reward, regardless of earthly struggles.

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5 Questions To Help You Read The Bible

Feeling overwhelmed while studying the Bible? Try asking five key questions: 1. Who is the author addressing and why? 2. What's the larger context of the passage, including surrounding verses? 3. What type of writing is this? 4. What words are important? 5. Are there parallel Bible passages? Consistent reading and discussing with friends also help improve understanding.

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How to Talk to Your Kids about Mass Shootings

Mass shootings are harrowing symptoms of a world infected with sin. We cannot ignore the real presence of sin and evil in these moments. While young children might not need to know about every tragedy in the headlines, sheltering older kids from harsh reality isn’t caring for them—it’s only forcing them to find answers elsewhere.

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We are Sojourners & Strangers

Beloved, I urge you as sojourners and exiles to abstain from the passions of the flesh, which wage war against your soul. Keep your conduct among the Gentiles honorable, so that when they speak against you as evildoers, they may see your good deeds and glorify God on the day of visitation.

1 Peter 2:11–12 (ESV)