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Pop culture’s impact on marriage has been overwhelming, but should it alter your thinking of what’s right in your relationships?

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Forgiving yourself for mistakes can be harder than forgiving a friend or family member. But it’s important to move past mistakes in life.

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We generally deal with two kinds of anger: Anger shown to you by others, or anger shown to yourself that’s present in your own life.

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Rebecca’s family was terrorized when she was a child. Her mother was shot and killed, and her father was seriously injured as she watched helplessly.

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It’s one of those things we know to be true on an intellectual level, but we forget it easily in personal experience. Temptation is not the same as sin.

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Romans 8:28 is a powerfully encouraging promise from God. In the middle of hardship it is sweet comfort to know that God is at work.

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Authentic Christian preaching carries a note of authority and a demand for decisions not found elsewhere in society.

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Hardly anyone seems to notice, but pastors burn out at an alarming rate. They rarely go on vacation or have time off. Many would change jobs if they could.

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If one thinks that becoming a Christian will make everything easier, someone has lied to them. Jesus told his followers to expect persecution.

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We are spotlighting pastor blogs and providing you with some ideas on how to appreciate your pastors.

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