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Who Was the Prodigal Son? The Meaning of this Parable
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Why Are the Creation Stories in Genesis 1 and 2 Different? What Really Happened?
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Who Were Hosea and Gomer in the Bible?
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What has me so primed for this experience that I don't sound like the typical dad at the door with a sneer and a shotgun? The experience of having been valued and trusted myself.
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One of the challenges in any sphere of life, particularly ministry, is staying creative. And it’s an important challenge. We need creativity in our messages, children’s programs, outreach strategies and so much more. So what is the solution to becoming more creative in your output? It’s simple. Become more creative in your input.
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Is Questioning the Bible Wrong?
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When the people in your life are in pain, they need your encouragement. God will take your “loaves” and meet those needs. How many loaves are you willing to give?
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We cannot justify, rationalize, excuse or project our own actions or sins upon others.
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What Is the Sin of Omission? Its Definition and Consequences
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If we want to love people well, we must learn how to do so at the expense of our own comfort.

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