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Emily Jensen – Christian Life
No matter what it looks like on the outside, we can see from the study of Proverbs that the sluggish woman is going to come up against great hardship, sorrow, and even death (apart from Jesus).
Jessica Barefield – Christian Life
The point of this article is to point out some ways that social media can be a pitfall for the Christian life and to encourage you to examine your heart.
Erin Davis – Church Life
The Bible gives us reasons why we can lift our hands during worship, but never says we must express our faith in this way.
Tim Challies – Christian Life
There are certain topics I return to on a regular basis and, if you are a regular reader of this site, you know that one of those topics is pornography.
Christina Fox – Christian Life
When we find ourselves in a state of spiritual fruitlessness, lacking the qualities Peter described, it’s because we have forgotten the gospel.
Marilyn Monroe was an American model and film star who rose to fame in the 1940’s due to her unique beauty, vibrant personality and cultural sex appeal.
Emily Jensen – Motherhood
If I step out of the mental vortex of motherhood for a minute, I can remember what it felt like to be a young woman looking ahead to the stage of babies and young children.
Paula Hendricks – Christian Life
Most little girls dream of gliding down a runway in a flowing gown and a glittering crown. Most grown-up girls know they’re not beauty queens and mutter under their breath about "those airheads competing on stage."
Guillaume Bourin – Faith
My name is Guillaume and I live in the Paris area. I was born in 1979 into an atheist family with a Catholic background on my father’s side and Jewish on my mother’s.
Alyssa Poblete – Consecration
Maintaining a consistent and aggressive devotional life can often seem more idealistic than practical.
Paula Hendricks – Relationships
If the Lord can move the heart of the most powerful man in the land, He can turn any guy’s heart. Wait for His perfect timing.
So you don’t have the love (and sex!) you want. Does that mean that erotica is a good outlet for your sexual frustration?