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Written by Rachel McRae  
Posted on 05 May 2015
Powerful fiction for men A soap box that I have been on for all of my 12 years of buying books for LifeWay Christian Stores is that there isn’t enough quality Christian fiction that would appeal to men.  If you’re not into one or two popular authors then you really have few titles to choose […]
 
Written by Selma Wilson  
Posted on 05 May 2015
Being resolute means you are purposeful, determined, and unwavering in your commitment. Would your team describe you as this kind of leader? The team you lead needs a leader who is all in. Resolved. Determined. Committed. No excuses and no wavering from the mission. Anything less is hurting your team. How determined are you to […]
 
Written by various  
Posted on 05 May 2015

Author:Dan Balow

Yesterday was a strange and eerie anniversary.  Six hundred years ago, on May 4, 1415 the body of Bible translator and Christian dissident John Wycliffe was exhumed from his grave in [...]

 
Written by Skip Prichard  
Posted on 04 May 2015
Are You Fully Charged? Are you at the top of your game? Have more energy than you need? Is your work meaningful? In recent research only 11 percent of people said that they have a great deal of energy. If …
 
Written by Dee Brestin  
Posted on 03 May 2015
Paul Tripp calls it “apple-stapling.” Apple-stapling occurs when you obey the rules so that you will look good, but the fruit is fake. Elyse Fitzpatrick says that, to her great regret, that without realizing it, apple-stapling is how she mothered. Her daughter won “Miss Christian Character” in elementary school — but she didn’t know the Lord. Christianity, unlike the world religions, is organic. We belong to a living God who tells us if we abide in Him, we will bear much fruit. I too can staple. I can go through the motions in my quiet time so I feel good about myself, yet I am not abiding. I can be in church and yet not be worshipping and receiving. I can act loving on the outside yet be seething on the inside. How do we mother and mentor and personally […]
 
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