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Who's to Blame for Colorado Theater Shooting?

The shooting at the midnight showing of The Dark Knight Rises will be blamed on many things. Movieguide publisher Ted Baehr discusses the pointing fingers and offers his insights into the root of such tragedies. read more

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Applying God's Word to the Marketplace

Although some are convinced the market has failed, the failure rests on spiritual factors that God's Word reveals to us. Christians in the marketplace have an important role in God’s plan for restoring the social and economic stability so urgently needed. read more

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Remedy for an Unhappy Marriage

R.T. Kendall explains that even Christians can end up in an unhappy marriage, envying couples who separate. But God doesn't want that for us. Most marriages can be saved, and you can fall in love all over again. Find out how. read more
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The Church’s Response to Racism

The aftermath from the Trayvon Martin tragedy proves that a new form of racism—one that goes beyond black and white—still lies beneath the surface in America. With the issue more complex than ever, the church remains the only hope for reconciliation. read more
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God’s Marketplace Move

The rising interest of believers using businesses for kingdom purposes isn’t just an American trend. Around the world God is shaping entire nations through the work of on-fire, Spirit-led marketplace ministers. read more
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Professor in The Pulpit

For more than 30 years, Kenneth Ulmer has worn two hats: pastor and academic. But just because he’s stepped down as president of The King’s University doesn’t mean he’s schooling his Los Angeles megachurch any less these days. read more

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Want to Be Sexually Successful?

Are you wondering what a sexually successful man is and how you can become one? Douglas Weiss says God wants every Christian man to be sexually successful. read more

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From Death to Life

Easter took on an entirely new meaning after the sudden death of my 25-year-old son.

Six of us piled into our Suburban early on Easter morning. We were silent. I felt empty.

After what seemed like a long road trip, we finally arrived at the local cemetery where the body of my 25-year-old son, Nathan, was buried. He had unexpectedly died in a rock-climbing fall, just one day after we buried my husband’s father.

We slowly made the dreaded walk to Nathan’s grave. A year earlier, no one would have ever thought that this would be our first activity on our next Easter. read more

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Love, Marriage and Disability

How do you keep love and passion thriving in a chronic medical catastrophe where the suffering is not limited to a short-term illness or injury? read more

The Cure for a Stressed-Out Life

How would you like to live every day like you were on vacation, as if it were a day away from work? You can, if you’ll learn how to really enter God’s rest.

My life used to be one big struggle. I was unhappy about almost everything and difficult to get along with because of the abuse I endured during my childhood.

In the early years of my marriage, I wanted Dave to be miserable because I was miserable. And it just about drove me crazy when he stayed happy while I was unhappy. He refused to join my pity parties and accept my negative perspective of life, and it made me mad. read more

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