All for God’s Glory

Have you ever tried to describe a place you have never visited? Have you ever tried to explain the taste of something you have never eaten?  As Christians, our ultimate purpose on earth is to bring glory to God. Our every action should reflect this purpose, our every word echo this mission. However, if we do not…

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Stronger Together

In 1 Corinthians, Paul compares the early church to a physical body. One analogy that he uses is that of an eye and a hand; the eye cannot tell the hand “I don’t need you.” The eye does not have the ability to grasp an object and without the eye, the hand will fumble around aimlessly. However, by…

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Come Home: A Follow-up on Church Dropouts

There’re many old sayings about home: “Home is where the heart is,” and “Home sweet home” are two well-known clichés. However, just as “family” does not simply indicate people to whom you have a blood relation, “home” does not refer simply to the place in which you dwell. Home can refer to people with whom you feel…

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To the Rescue

It’s a bright, sunny day. You’re at the beach – perhaps playing some volleyball with friends, building a sandcastle with your daughter, or jumping in the waves with your spouse. Suddenly, from out deep in the water, you hear a voice calling, “HELP!” You scan the horizon and spot the source: a child has gone out too deep…

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