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How Can I Read Them All?

How Can I Read Them All?

How do you decide which books to read? Start with the one written to you.

There are lots of books you might like to read. There is one you must read.

How to Heal the Internet

How to Heal the Internet

How do we keep from throwing bricks at each other through our screens, large and small?

Ann Voskamp reminds us to listen with our heads and hearts and see social media and the Internet as a way to listen to hearts yearning to be loved.

What's Missing from the North American Church?

What's Missing from the North American Church?

Why is it so hard for us to get this one key point?

Scot McKnight shares some things on his heart about Scripture, the Bible, and how we have misplaced it as the Church and forgotten to listen to God speak through His Word.

That's You Dad!

That's You Dad!

What a sweet dedication in a book, just wish it were my own!

Russ Lawson writes about finding a book with a special inscription for fathers, dads, that reminds us that changing the world comes at a cost and so we step up to the plate and do what a dad is supposed to do.

Elihu Who?

Elihu Who?

There are Elihus all around us

In the book of Job, Elihu played an important role, preparing Job to hear the voice of God.

Which Kind Are You?

Which Kind Are You?

Are there really two kinds?

Thom Lemmons reminds us that we all need grace.

The Good Books

The Good Books

You don't have to have an e-reader to hold a library in your hands

The bestselling book of all time, the Bible is actually a library of books, covering the gamut of human experiences and human emotions.

When a Book Isn’t Enough

When a Book Isn’t Enough

God so loved the world that He didn't just send a book

God reveals Himself through relationships, through people. His Word was meant to be read in community.

Don't Forget to Wish for the Best

Don't Forget to Wish for the Best

When was the last time you sat down with the

Rick Brown finds a Black Friday experience that pushes him back to the real meaning of Christmas and the old Sears Wish Book.

Respect and Truth-Telling

Respect and Truth-Telling

Would you have told the truth in such dire circumstances?

Rubel Shelly challenges us with an old story to be people of truth and respect even in the most dire and painful circumstances and treat people with the same ethical respect we would expect ourselves.

Friendship and the Abundant Life

Friendship and the Abundant Life

Where can I find something more than more demands and more stuff?

Ron Rose shares some beautiful insights on friendship and the importance of a friend to living the abundant life.

The Frantic Pursuit of Rest

The Frantic Pursuit of Rest

Why does it seem to get farther away while we run faster to chase it?

Bill Sherrill talks about our rush to rush into everything and how we need to read God's Book about life and how to experience it.

Connecting the Dots!

Connecting the Dots!

Can you see the outline of your life taking shape?

Ron tells about his daughter's miscarriage and how God has connected the dots to help her come to the conclusion they need to adopt a baby.

Weeds!

Weeds!

What do you have growing in your path?

We need to keep our thought life free of weeds.

The Bookmark

The Bookmark

What good is a little bookmark?

Bookmarks are those little reminders that are hard to get rid of.

Stirring Up Emotions

Stirring Up Emotions

Can there be more than recipes in those cookbooks?

Our offers of love and friendship enrich us and bless others.

Providing Memories of Home for Our Children

Providing Memories of Home for Our Children

What memories are you leaving for your children and grandchildren?

We can record our children's memories when they are little and then they will have them when they are older.