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Easter: More than A Series of Events

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After the fall, God had an incredible plan to restore us back to life—through Jesus’ death and resurrection. Throughout the Old Testament, we see countless prophecies and events foreshadowing Jesus’ path to the cross, and the manner in which He would die and be resurrected—making the way for all believers to receive redemption and eternal life in Him. 

5 Reasons Why The Reformation Matters Today

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Does What I Believe in Really Make A Difference?

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A few years back, I was leading a group of students through weekly Bible studies, when one of the girls openly asked, “Do you guys really believe what we are reading? And if so, does it truly make a visible difference in our lives?“

Oh Dear, Am I Ashamed of the Gospel?

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It’s that season of the year again. My church calls it the “evangelism season”. My Pastor tells us to rise up in evangelistic fervor, saying that it’s the best time to invite friends and family to church.

Your Gay Neighbor is Closer than You Think

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The year is 2002, and I’m in middle school. The girls seem freakishly tall and wear a lot of eyeshadow. The boys are mostly obsessed with video games. In youth group, they split us up sometimes.

How to Move Forward in 2018

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“Look to the future with the past in mind.”  I came across this phrase last year when I went on vacation in Baguio City, one of the tourist towns in Benguet Province of the Philippines.

A Christmas of a Different Kind

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5 Reasons Why the Reformation Matters Today

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In a conversation about our favorite historical figures, I asked a coworker if he knew who Martin Luther was. He responded with, “Oh! Is that the guy who nailed stuff to the door?” “Yes, that’s him!” I said with a laugh.

Can I Really Make A Difference?

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There is no lack of websites that encourage people to make a difference. One of the most common quotes which often pops up comes from the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, who said, “One person can make a difference, and everyone should try.”