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The Bible Of Love

The Bible Of Love

Snoop Dogg, whose real name is Calvin Broadus Jr., has a past fraught with controversy and underhanded dealings, which has added to the skepticism many feel about his new album and assertion that he is a Christian. As The Christian Post reports, Snoop Dogg has been accused of offering alcohol and marijuana to underage girls […]

The Passover

The Passover

In a few more days Christians around the world will celebrate the victory of life over death. We will repeat the angels’ words from that first Easter: He is risen! Yet the days preceding Easter glory were anything but glorious. Jesus knew his time was short. He was preparing to lay down his life for […]

Pleasing People Isn’t A Part Of The Deal

Pleasing People Isn’t A Part Of The Deal

Have you noticed the influx of media marketing lately? Post after post offers seminars or curriculum to help you “be the best you” that you can be because you deserve to live your dreams or change the world with your passion. Am I the only one who feels pangs of anxiety when I look over […]

The Unusual Show Of Love

The Unusual Show Of Love

If you give a loved one a greeting card on Valentine’s Day, that won’t be out of the ordinary.  According to the Greeting Card Association, 145 million Valentine cards will be purchased for the holiday that’s only second in sales to Christmas. Don’t get me wrong.  I think the Valentine’s staples for a man and […]

Unlocking the Power of Prayer

Unlocking the Power of Prayer

Carly was feeling overwhelmed with life. A budding entrepreneur, she was passionate about her business and truly believed in what she was doing. But fear often got the best of her. What if the business fails? she thought. What if no one wants to buy from me? What if I don’t make enough money this […]

Try Trusting Again Even After The Hard Times

Try Trusting Again Even After The Hard Times

If you’ve ever found yourself saying “This wasn’t supposed to happen” I know how you feel. I, too, found myself saying that at 19 years old when my father’s alcoholism was revealed and my parents divorced. I was raised in the church so that was the last thing I expected to happen in my family. […]

This Christmas, Serve The Starved

This Christmas, Serve The Starved

We are called to look for, find, and help each other—especially at Christmas. Paul helps us to understand the place from which we are motivated and able to give in fulfillment of others’ needs in Romans 13:13: “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so […]

How To Let Go

How To Let Go

If you’re like every other human being in this world, you can think of a number of instances where you’ve either been wounded by another or can’t move past a painful experience.  It might be a personal violation that has forever redefined the way you do life, like when you were unjustly cheated out of […]

A Grateful Heart

A Grateful Heart

Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:18 When my life crumbled, you were there, gently holding me, pursuing me, loving me back into your sheepfold. It was hard to thank you at the time, but I look back now with gratitude for even […]

To Be Single, Joyful And Proud

To Be Single, Joyful And Proud

“Why are you still single?” Have you ever been asked questions like this by well-intentioned family and friends, or by concerned neighbors and coworkers? The questions take on all kinds of forms: “Are you dating someone?” or “When are you going to find a husband?” The questions sometimes become even more intrusive: “What do you want to […]