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Is the Proverbs 31 woman even possible?

  • Ruth Baker
  • 2 January 2019

This Proverbs 31 woman is completely consistent with the growth in Christ-likeness that God predestined for all of us.

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Reading wisdom from a younger brother

  • Laura Denny
  • 31 December 2018

Connecting over a shared read bridges many demographic divides.

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God’s word, an instrument of death

  • Angus Martin
  • 19 December 2018

“The pen is mightier than the sword”. Rubbish, absolute rubbish.

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Focusing a household on God

  • Matt Schneider
  • 17 December 2018

How to organize your family or housemates to meet together to read the Bible, pray and sing.

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How to rule the world

  • Lionel Windsor
  • 12 December 2018

The world has positive value in God’s eyes, simply because it was created by him. As humans rule, we have to remember that we are ruling something God has made and that God believes is good.

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There is no such thing as worldly security

  • Rachel Macdonald
  • 10 December 2018

The Lord is equally in control in both the times when he provides many material comforts and those when he tells us to make do.

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Your gut is wrong

  • Mike Leite
  • 5 December 2018

When we teach on some passages, such as God’s good design for human sexuality and the role of men and women, our initial gut reaction is often anything but positive.

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Why it’s dangerous to have a New Testament God

  • Ruth Baker
  • 3 December 2018

Some Christians may think, since there is only one God, that he was angry and vengeful in the Old Testament but loving and compassionate in the New.

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Choosing helpful Christmas traditions

  • Mike Allen
  • 28 November 2018

I think we need to acknowledge that some Christmas traditions are just genuinely unhelpful. But what about less overt customs?

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Little Bobby’s perfect day: Promoting creative team ministry

  • Braden Marsden
  • 26 November 2018

When you become complacent in your ministry and do the same programs and activities “because that’s what we have always done”, then your ministry will fail to cater to changes in culture.

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