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The Part of Thanksgiving We Often Forget

No matter what our country does today, we are free to let God’s kindness lead us, not only to gratitude, but also to repentance.

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Advent and the Earth

Creation groans and suffers from the results of human sin.

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Advent and the Body

The coming season of Advent is an invitation to reflect on God’s redemptive plan and the characteristics of his coming kingdom.

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The Bible and Your Body: Part 4

Worship, rightly understood, is a moment-by-moment choice to live for God and God’s glory.

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Why Gentleness and Kindness Matter

Kindness and gentleness, though countercultural, are virtues God desires to build in us.

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Fifty Days of Easter Pictures

More than ever before, at least for me, these words of Romans 8 are very precious as we consider the year—more than a year—we have all just endured.

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Called According to God’s Purpose

In our words and our works, we can partner with God as he unites all things in Christ.

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God Works in All Things for Good

Romans 8:28 teaches us that God is at work for good in all things.

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Called to Belong to Christ

God’s calling is an expression of God’s desire to be in relationship with you.

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Keeping Christmas Well . . . by Being Full of Goodness

We will keep Christmas well when we allow God to fill us with his goodness so that we might share it with others.

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We Are the Lord’s

No matter what happens, you belong to Jesus Christ. And Jesus Christ is not just any old powerless idol. He is the God who suffered for us.

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A Living Sacrifice

As we daily become sanctified, daily undergoing our own personal transformation and offering ourselves to Christ, we will learn that each of us has a calling and that no calling within the body of Christ should be given pride over any other calling.

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To Set the Mind on the Flesh is Death

In each of our lives, in our families and workplaces, in our public statements and private thoughts, we need to think through how we have participated in the fallen world of death and how we can seek out the redemptive world of the Spirit instead.

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Easter and COVID-19:
Nothing Can Take Away God’s Love from You

I have no doubt that sometimes Christians have spoken of God’s love in ways that are naïve and simplistic. I know I’ve done so at times. Maybe you have too. But, let’s be clear, the Apostle Paul was not one of these Christians. He knew all about suffering.

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Easter and COVID-19:
God Is On Your Side

That God is for us is surely one of the most encouraging truths we can imagine. But the idea that God is at work for us doesn’t mean we simply sit around and watch.

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