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You Are Not Your Own

In the contemporary world, the phrase “you are not your own” sounds almost offensive to many people from the post-modern culture.

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Make Disciples of All Nations

Recently, I was at a train station where I noticed a provocative message on a young passenger’s socks. The slogan, written in bold black capital letters, was shocking: MAKE YOUR SINS BRIGHTER.

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Who Told You?

I recently read that currently 2.2 billion people worldwide identify themselves as Christians.

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What do You Say When...?

While attending seminary, I also had the opportunity to work for a large company. I was paired with an experienced senior employee who was bright, outgoing, kind, and humorous. She was well-liked by everyone and helped me with my job.

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Do You Need a New Dream?

In John 1:48, Jesus meets Nathanael who is initially very skeptical of Jesus despite Philip’s endorsement.

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Do You Play the Part?

Many of us have constructed a private world in our lives that we don’t want anyone else to see. This veiled world could include behaviors and choices we’re not ready to share or discuss with others.

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A Legacy of Letters: How H. F. Reynolds and Phineas Bresee Built a Denomination through Correspondence

Hiram (H.F.) Reynolds was an adept and prolific composer of virtually every sort of written communication—notices and articles for denominational publications, pithy telegrams conveying urgent information at the least possible cost, detailed news

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Life's Entanglements

Growing up, I had a deeply ingrained mental list of all the things I wasn’t supposed to do. I was not allowed to swear or use other “questionable” words.

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