Monthly Archives : November 2008

Devotion: Speaking and Living the Truth in Love

A devotion on Ephesians 4:14-16 Continue reading

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Know Thy Tech: The Phenomenon of Online Gaming

Know Thy Tech: The Phenomenon of Online Gaming

How to use online gaming to connect with youth and families Continue reading

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Review: Growing Souls

Review: Growing Souls

Review of Growing Souls by Mark Yaconelli Continue reading

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Speaking the Truth in Love

Speaking the Truth in Love

“Getting along” with the world is not a mandate from God’s Word to His people…. Speaking the truth in love is. Continue reading

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Servant Story: Peace Among Wild Things

Servant Story: Peace Among Wild Things

Finding peace and comfort working with the homeless in Wilmington, Delaware Continue reading

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Girl Talk: Seize Your Priscilla Moments

Girl Talk: Seize Your Priscilla Moments

Follow Priscilla’s example of leadership. Continue reading

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He Eats with Sinners

He Eats with Sinners

Following Christ’s example of loving the world. Continue reading

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The Rookie: In the Hole

The Rookie: In the Hole

I’m there. You know that place I’m talking about–the one where ideas are few and far between, where God seems so far away, where the old tricks aren’t working, where what you’re trying feels like much less than what’s necessary, where your spiritual journey seems to be lacking heart. Continue reading

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Bible Study: Jesus and Culture

Bible Study: Jesus and Culture

This four-part Bible study looks at who Jesus is and answers questions like What has the cultural embrace of a distorted Jesus done to our view of our Savior? Does the insertion of a distorted Jesus into secular culture make the culture more Christian, or Christianity more secular? Should Jesus simply be my Savior, or must He also be all those things that a therapeutic culture demands? Continue reading

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