If you want to run the race of faith more effectively in the New Year, try this exercise.
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It is best to put on your seat belt now as we enter this new year.
Don't rush through the holidays. Take time to listen to the carols that capture the reason for the season.
December 25 probably isn't Jesus' birthday. But that doesn't mean it can't have special meaning.
Welcome to the strange new world of self-identification.
I heard the Lord say: "I am opening the door of Pentecost to this city."
A visit to Israel will make the Bible turn "from black and white to color."
Don't let someone else's mistake turn you into a monster.
We should never put our ultimate trust in a politician or a political party.
Violence is going to become more common if we don't stop all this hateful talk.
Stop making excuses if you know God has given you a message!
I've never known our spiritual climate to be so intense.
The Kavanaugh hearings opened a wound—and created an opportunity for healing.
Here are seven qualities of hyperspiritual people. Don't let them divide your church.
My informal poll this week revealed a lot of pain.
God didn't bring you this far to abandon you now. Keep holding on to your promise.
Suicide is tragic. But we should stop calling it an unpardonable sin.
For too long, women in Africa were expected to keep quiet about sexual abuse. That is changing.
Too many who claim the "apostle" mantle today missed the point.
This latest tragedy involving Bill Hybels reminds me that we are all vulnerable to failure.