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Monday, 30 January 2017 09:07

The Story of Reality by Greg Koukl

I was wrong. I read the opening words of The Story of Reality and thought, “Here we go again.” Over the past few years we’ve been inundated with books that tell the story of the world, the story of history, through what we might call a biblical-theology lens. You are probably familiar with the standard categories: creation, fall, redemption, consummation, and new creation. Through these headings we can trace and tell the story of what God is accomplishing in this world. It’s helpful, it’s good, and it’s been done a lot recently to the benefit of the church. But this book is not that book. Not quite.

Published in Tim Challies

If you’re a single parent, you likely did not plan on becoming one. Even though your life looks different than you imagined, you can make the most of it—and of your kids’ lives, as well. You can be a successful single parent.

 

Published in Articles
Friday, 08 February 2013 15:43

The Contentious “Man”

 

The book of Proverbs identifies several types of individuals who are especially prone to mishandling conflict. (The common denominator in the life of these individuals is several Hebrew words generally rendered as strife or contention.) When an individual continually gives himself over to a particular sin, he eventually becomes bound by that sin. At some point the individual may rightly be categorized according to the name of the sin that he allowed to master him.  

Published in Counselors Corner

 

In 1984, inside a trailer behind Frazer United Methodist Church, Faith Radio signed on the air.

 

It had been nearly four years since a group of people realized a need to bring Christian radio broadcasting to Montgomery. After much prayer and persevering through numerous obstacles, the Federal Communications Commission finally granted their approval for a non-commercial radio license.

Published in Articles
Friday, 08 February 2013 15:35

Teach Us to Number Our Days

 

Here is a compelling thought:  have you ever considered what you would do if you learned your time on earth was limited to just a few more days?  How would you spend the time you had left?  With whom would you spend it?  What message or truth would you wish to leave for your loved ones and for generations to come?

Friday, 08 February 2013 15:28

Top 10 Topics of 2012

 

In keeping with my tradition on The Meeting House on Faith Radio and in this column, I present to you my “Top 10 Topics of 2012”, incorporating some of the principal issues impacting the Christian community during 2012.  

Published in Bob Crittendon
Friday, 08 February 2013 15:17

When Your Best Isn’t Good Enough

Numbers 18:29: “Be sure to give the Lord the best portions of the gifts given to you.”

 

It’s a hard lesson to learn for young and old alike—life isn’t fair.  You can bring your absolute best to a situation, whether it’s in the sporting arena, a talent competition, or in presenting a project at work…and still, in this life, you may not win.

Published in Shine - Kim Hendrix

 

For several years, as I walked in my neighborhood, I saw a man who ran the same route I walked. Eventually, his pace slowed to a stumbling walk. Later, his steps were so labored I wondered if I should offer to get my car and drive him back to his house.

Published in Articles
Friday, 08 February 2013 15:06

Financial Responsibility

 

Q.  My husband doesn’t like dealing with money. For years, I’ve handled everything from paying the bills to making the decisions, and he just does whatever I tell him. This makes things really hard on me, but he says financial issues cause him stress. Do you have any suggestions?

Published in Dave Ramsey Says
Friday, 08 February 2013 14:57

Avoiding “Someday” Syndrome

 

“Death is more universal than life; everyone dies but not everyone lives.”

Alan Sachs

 

The “Someday” Syndrome is a spiritual malady that causes us to settle for comfort and safety rather than God’s purpose for our lives. People of all ages and backgrounds suffer from this syndrome and it can be contagious. It is fairly easy to spot “Someday” Syndrome in others, but we often fail to diagnose this problem in ourselves.  A quick way to tell if you have it is to evaluate your responses to the following statements:

Published in Pastor's Perspective
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