As January comes to a close, we have the opportunity to take stock once again of our hopes for the New Year. In January, we've had a season when we take inventory of what we have gained and lost from the year behind. Yet with all of the ups and downs of life, what scale are we to use to measure the value or impact of our life?
If you Google "servant leadership" you will not find a single recognized authority that can define the term. Wikipedia has an entry akin to "a snowball is a ball of snow" or "a doghouse is a house for a dog." Seriously, the entry says "Servant leadership is a philosophy in which the main goal of the leader is to serve."
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The truth is Christians don't seem to know much about CBD, prescription opioids and the growing opioid crisis, and the Bible as it relates to different medicines. What we do tend to know about is anything the mainstream media or Government tells us is bad or illegal – like cocaine, methamphetamines or meth, and recreational marijuana at the Federal level.
In today's social media-obsessed culture, the old adage "comparison is the thief of joy" has never been truer — especially, it seems, for moms.
The idea of God's anger or wrath is sure to pop up in religious news and social media circles every time our nation or the world faces a tragedy, natural disaster or violent attack. Invariably, someone will attribute the destruction and pain to God's anger with some subsection of humanity, or indeed humanity as a whole.
A Christian counselor with years of experience in the private business sector has released a book centered on helping Christians not compromise their beliefs in a secular workplace.
Communication is the bedrock of marriage. Every couple should learn to say these seven powerful phrases in their marriage.
It is a great question and the same one that needs to be asked regarding the Holocaust and all sorts of horrors and sinful things that have happened and have kept happening to relatively innocent people throughout history. It is a question that has plagued me most of my life.
Pastors and theologians are weighing in about daily devotions as many consider reading through the entire Bible with the start of 2019.
The more I travel and see youth leaders the more I'm concerned about their physical well-being.
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