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Choosing a daily Bible reading method

  • Matt Schneider
  • 11 March 2019

If we want to hear from God, to know him more and more and to see his works in the world, we can do no better than regularly listening to him in Scripture for our entire lives.

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A Bible for all of life

  • Tony Payne
  • 6 March 2019

The wonderful thing about the Bible is that it addresses reality—in both its simplicity and complexity.

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Toddlers and the wrath of God

  • Rachel Macdonald
  • 4 March 2019

It’s astonishing how quickly my blood can go from body temperature to boiling when my child disobeys me, and how tempting it can be to give in to the rage.

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A disciple-making agenda in the engine room

  • Ian Carmichael
  • 27 February 2019

A resource to help small group leaders catch the disciple-making vision, apply it to the way they lead their groups, and powerfully model it to their group members.

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How can I know that I am saved?

  • Ryan Anson
  • 25 February 2019

I was sure that people got saved—but I doubted whether I was one of them.

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New partner for the quiet ministry achiever

  • Ian Carmichael
  • 20 February 2019

If you’re one of the many avid users of Just for Starters, pick up a copy of Just Starting Out and make use of it next time you’re meeting up with a new Christian.

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Five steps to gospel generosity

  • James Hoey
  • 18 February 2019

What should I do with my money, and how can I best use it?

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The ultimate experience

  • Mark Gilbert
  • 13 February 2019

How do we experience God as Christians?

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A simple way to fulfil the great commission: One-to-one Bible reading

  • Sean Martin
  • 11 February 2019

Jesus’ command to make disciples doesn’t have to be complicated. There are many seemingly ordinary things Christians can do to make an impact on those around them.

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Sermon application missteps

  • Mikey Lynch
  • 6 February 2019

Clumsy sermon application often is the result of an individualistic grid.

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