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The God-Man Cometh [Day 6]

The God-Man Cometh [Day 6]

If you can’t have a good time slow walking through Target with your family, you’re missing out. So many new gadgets to see, there’s...

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A Promise from an Angel [Day 5]

A Promise from an Angel [Day 5]

One of my favorite maximums concerning the Bible is that the people of the Bible didn’t know that they would be in the Bible. ...

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Does Infanticide Even Exist?

Does Infanticide Even Exist?

GUEST POST FROM MARK NICHOLSON: Mark Nicholson is the Executive Director of PassionLife, where he trains missionaries and indigenous Christian leaders in biblical bioethics and...

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When History Changes with Brandon Williams

When History Changes with Brandon Williams

“I am the resurrection and the life. Whoever believes in me, though He die yet shall he live.  And everyone who lives and believes...

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What Happened in the Garden

What Happened in the Garden

Open on a well-worn, mountainside path. The day was warm, but an unseasonal chill now fills the air. Two adult friends obligatorily...

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Infanticide is No Longer a Myth

Infanticide is No Longer a Myth

As someone often asked to give my perspective on abortion and legal developments, I have confided carefully over the past few years that I...

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I’m a Lover AND a Fighter

I’m a Lover AND a Fighter

Guest Post from Patrick McCrary

The other day I saw a guy wearing a retro-looking screen print t-shirt that read, “I’m a lover, not a...

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Mortimer in the Elevator

Mortimer in the Elevator

Guest post by Allison Mullins

During a particularly low point in life, the boys and I went to the beach.  “The boys” were my three...

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Of Prayer and Lasagne

Of Prayer and Lasagne

Guest Writer: Allison Mullins (www.prayer4unity.com)

Recently the campus location of my church held a series of Wednesday night gatherings.  For each session, the church’s Bible...

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A bittersweet Mother’s Day

A bittersweet Mother’s Day

I’ve hated this picture since the moment I saw it.  There are many reasons for my dislike, all focused on me – my hormonal...

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