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What’s Wrong with Marxism? Here’s How It Played Out in My Country. What’s wrong with Marxism? Christian Ray Flores was a Russian rockstar who in the 90’s played a role in Boris Yeltsin winning the election and preventing a slide back into communism. Now a church leader in the U.S., Christian describes what Marxism did to Russia–and how he’s seeing Marxism’s influence growing in the West.  Thirty... Photo of Christian Ray FloresChristian Ray Flores
Good News, Good Fear, and Good Change The good news of Jesus brings good change, and that’s not always something that leaves us feeling warm and secure.  For the last decade, I have been blessed to teach my students about the life of Christ. The thing I love most about it is that every time I step away from teaching Matthew, Mark,... Photo of Tim CaseyTim Casey
Feeling Attacked? A Fight or Flight Response Is Too Weak. When we as Christians feel our faith being attacked, it’s easy to get tense and slip into the natural “fight-or-flight” response. Doing this can narrow our focus to where we stop seeing crucial things around us.  I noticed a theme that followed me throughout one of my days recently. See if you can catch it:... Photo of Daniel McCoyDaniel McCoy
3 Encouraging Reminders for Leaders in Small Towns As a leader in a small-town church, you ever wonder if what you’re doing matters? You need these 3 reminders.  You Matter! In a day when everyone is connected, the comparison game is strong. We can see the successes of other people and defeat ourselves. In a rural community, it can become lonely as one... Photo of Matt StiegerMatt Stieger
Pride Cometh Before a Fall . . . So How Can You Fight It? “Pride cometh before a fall.” So shouldn’t we oppose it in our lives? Here are three practical ways you can fight against personal pride. If you google “pride,” you get mixed results. On the one hand, pride is seen as something to celebrate (e.g., gay pride parades; school pride). On the other hand, it’s listed... Photo of Ronnie RoseRonnie Rose
A Change for Better: Good News about Change for the Christian We experience a change for the better as we submit ourselves to God’s grand story of making all things new.  The older I get, the harder it is to change: to adjust to changes foisted on me, to adopt changes that are needed, or initiate changes that I know would benefit me both in the short... Photo of Jim FrechJim Frech
Differences Between Protestant and Catholic: My Search for the Biblical Path Are you curious what the basic differences are between Protestant and Catholic teachings? Longtime Bible teacher Tony Dupree grew up a dedicated Roman Catholic, became more nominal in adulthood, and resolved to get serious about his Catholic faith by studying… Photo of Tony DupreeTony Dupree
Storytelling: How to Share Stories for a Particular Audience Continuing her series on storytelling and the Bible, author Taffeta Chime explores how to share stories for a particular audience. Other articles in this series include “Why Storytelling Is Important to the Life of a Christian,” “How to Create Good Characters,” “What Are the Conflicts in a Story?,” “What Metaphor Means,” and “Tips on Writing Stories in Layers.”  In... Photo of Taffeta ChimeTaffeta Chime
6 Reasons We Are Drawn to Christianity’s Deconstruction Stories Why are we drawn to deconstruction stories within Christianity? Here are 6 reasons many of us resonate with elements of these stories. The last several years have presented us with a deluge of faith deconstruction and deconversion stories. Some of those who have left the faith or departed from classical Christianity to embrace some other... Photo of Paul HuyghebaertPaul Huyghebaert
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Sermon on the Mount: Love Your Enemy and Pray for Those Who Persecute You You’ve heard Jesus’ command to love your enemy and pray for those who persecute you. What happens if you don’t take this command seriously? In the last paragraph of Matthew 5, Jesus says to “pray for those persecuting you” (Matt. 5:44). What, exactly, counts as “persecution”? The New Testament uses the word “persecution” without ever... Photo of Jeremy BaconJeremy Bacon
The Fall: Adam and Eve, You and Me, and God’s Persistence In the fall of Adam and Eve, humans stopped trusting God’s goodness, and they made their own decisions about what was right and wrong. Yet God continued pursuing the hearts of his image bearers…. Though they had been given the world and the privilege of being God’s image-bearers, Adam and Eve disobeyed a simple command... Photo of Daniel C. BerkDaniel C. Berk
3 Ways to Make a Difference in Your City How can Christians make a difference in a bleak time? We go to where people are, find ways to be good neighbors, and use our churches as spiritual hospitals.  As we look back over the course of the past year, even the past two years, I think that many of us can agree that the... Photo of William ButtWilliam Butt
8 New Books for Discipling Minds in 2022 My favorite verses on the invisible and spiritual war that we are involved in as disciples of Jesus are found in 2 Corinthians 10:3-5. The apostle Paul writes, For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On... Photo of Bobby HarringtonBobby Harrington
Are You Living an Integrated Life? A life which isn’t integrated will end up a distracted mess. The same goes for having a faith segregated from the rest of our lives.  In April 1979, eight RH-53D helicopters and six C-130 aircraft flew north just above the moonlit sands of the Persian plateau. These U.S. military special operators were on a covert... Photo of Kurt BuhrKurt Buhr
The New Year’s Resolution That Matters Most What is the new year’s resolution that matters most? It’s the one most closely connected to our ultimate purpose as humans.  “Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?” “That depends a good deal on where you want to get to,” said the Cat. “I don’t much care where—” said... Photo of Bobby HarringtonBobby Harrington
What Anxiety Means and How Christians Can Respond What anxiety means and what fear means are different. This article by clinical psychologist Andrew Haworth helps distinguish the two and explores how Christians can respond to anxiety in healthy ways.  In order to properly understand anxiety, one must first understand the difference between fear and anxiety. Imagine for a moment you decide to go... Photo of Andrew HaworthAndrew Haworth
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