Ultimately, the fruit of your efforts aren't up to you. You can't predict how God will grow your ministry nor can you control it.
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In a patriarchal, male-dominated culture, Jesus set a different standard for how to treat women. Isn't it time the church did the same?
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Everyday we're faced with decisions. Here's what you should do and not do when you have to make a decision.
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Performing religion is easy today. Here's how to discern whether you're going through the motions or moving in the Spirit.
Kimberly L. Smith grew up in an abusive home but went on to found a ministry to orphans. Here's how God transformed her past to rescue children forgotten in a war zone.
When you become a Christian, remember that He has clothed you with something very special.
You're crying out to God for direction and He may speaking through what's obvious to everyone. Are you missing it? Find out how one woman saw the light.