'Did You Hear?'

By Melissa Slocum
Want to make some money by selling a hot photo of a Hollywood A-list couple with their children? While there may be plenty of websites, newspapers, and magazines willing to pay… read more

Dare to Dream (Youth Study)

By Nick Cunningham
For more information on the entire Dare to Dream: Creating a God-Sized Mission Statement for Your Life by Mike Slaughter churchwide study check out the bin. read more

A Story of Long Ago

By Devin Brown
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. —The Hobbit, Chapter One The adventure and our hobbit lessons begin differently for each of us. My own began with a vacation… read more

Hallelujah Chorus

By Ace Collins
We know that God works all things together for good for the ones who love God, for those who are called according to his purpose. —Romans 8:28 Imagine having lost fame. It… read more

Mary, Mercy, and the Magnificat

By Shane Raynor
If you've never read the Magnificat closely, you should. (It's the text of Luke 1:46-55, where Mary prophesies during her visit to her relative Elizabeth.) I've read it several… read more

Catching the Fire of Hope

By Josh Tinley
Catching Fire, the second film in The Hunger Games franchise, opened last month to critical acclaim and impressive box-office returns. The movie continues the story of Katniss… read more

Advent: A Season of Redemption

By Alex Joyner
An Unusual Advent Tale The feature film 12 Years a Slave, released in the fall of 2013, tells an Advent story of sorts. Based on the true story of Solomon Northup, a free black… read more

The Legalization of Marijuana

By Mike Poteet
"Just Say No" No More? In August, at Seattle's Hempfest—an annual weekend of concerts and speakers designed to "educate the public on the myriad of potential benefits… read more

Dealing with Disappointment

By Tricia Brown
"I'm so disappointed in you." I imagine that most parents have at least thought those words in regards to their children, even if they haven't said them. Maybe it was when: Your… read more

Should Year-End Giving Feel Weird?

By Jeff Anderson
Last week, a development leader of a $100 million-a-year ministry shared with me that 60% of their annual budget would be received in the last three months of the year, and much… read more

Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany

By Ronald J. Allen
The word Advent transliterates the Latin adventus, which means "coming." The season of Advent makes a double-edged theological point. Advent ties together the first and second… read more

Romans 5 (Basic Bible Commentary)

By Robert Jewett
Introduction to These Chapters The relation of Romans 5:1-21 to the rest of the argument of the letter has been clarified in recent decades. Earlier scholars, under the influence… read more
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