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Practicing a New Way of Life

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Our habits include sinful patterns, so living rightly takes practice. We can learn a lot from the 4th century monastics.

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You Face Resistance—How Can You Choose Joy?

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We can expect resistance when we are doing the work of God, but God has promised to protect and sustain us.

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How Should We Respond to Globalization?

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The world is changing fast. Are we being mindful about whether the world is looking more like God intended?

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Discipleship: Built for Relationship

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Jesus showed us that making disciples is about forming relationships.

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The Pursuit of a Different Kind of Happiness

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The happiness the world encourages us to pursue is fleeting. It’s time to seek a happiness that’s not contingent on positive circumstances.

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The Quiet Practice of Solitude and Secrecy

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Solitude is uncomfortable and takes practice. That’s OK. It’s worth it to cultivate intimacy with God.

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What Happens When We Practice What We Preach?

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Simply living out your faith day by day speaks the gospel more powerfully than any sermon.

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The Minister as Moral Theologian

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Sondra Wheeler: Ethical Dimensions of Pastoral Leadership

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Why Young Evangelicals Are Turning to Catholicism

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Examining the motivations for the Protestant exodus

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In Search of Ancient Roots

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Kenneth J. Stewart: The Christian Past and the Evangelical Identity Crisis

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