The reasons for praying are both biblical and personal.
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The Christian philosophy of math begins with God, who numbered the days of creation as recorded in Genesis 1.
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Here are a few ways to shrink your letter “I” today.
If we’re going to wrap our heads around cynicism, we need to start by understanding it’s a symptom of a greater disease.
Just because Solomon didn’t use Twitter doesn’t mean he can’t help you navigate social media.
Carl Kerby shares how trips down the Colorado River remind him to be thankful.
Creating life plans is big business these days.
God has equipped every human with backup systems that are programmed to respond to all sorts of emergencies.
Telling yourself to rest involves telling yourself how to rest.
Pressure is one of the more resented of God’s graces.
Christ’s last words in the sermon on the mount talk about the storms of life.
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Here are some questions to determine if you need declutter your life.
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