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From “Oh, Well” to “It is Well” Annie Lent | April 4, 2021

How can our emotions be guides to a deeper, more genuine repentance and instruments for intimacy wit...

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Does The World Have Me Captive? Marshall Perry | April 4, 2021

How are human traditions and cultural expectations pulling us into captivity to the world’s ideolo...

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How to Start Over in a New Group Ross Lester | December 12, 2020

Five postures to starting new or fostering existing group friendships....

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Awkward Groups Are Good For You Tyler David | December 12, 2020

Groups can be awkward at times, but that awkwardness actually serves as a way to know and love God m...

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Eyes Wide Open: Searching for the Right View of Stewardship Justin Dunton | December 12, 2020

Stewardship is not just a responsibility, it’s an identity. ...

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C.S. Lewis on the Hopeful Humility of Being Human Ross Lester | November 11, 2020

The tension of human hope and humility as noted by the gospel....

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A Call to Love Halim Suh | November 11, 2020

We are to love one another with a sincere and earnest love, not because it comes easily, but because...

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To Love the Neighbor Ross Lester | November 11, 2020

What does it mean to love our neighbor? Ross Lester gives five clear principles based on Jesus' famo...

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How to Deal With Life’s Anxieties During the Pandemic Halim Suh | October 10, 2020

Christians are not exempt from facing life’s anxieties, but we know that we can face them because ...

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