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Do You Have Redonkulous Faith?

Do You Have Redonkulous Faith?

We love a good story. In the Robertson family, about the time you start learning to tie your shoes is when you start listening to good stories. Later you get your chance to tell a good story. Our stories involve experiences we have gone through, taken from the ordinary things we deal with every day,

Anything Week 6: Life Is Short. Live It With Love and Boldness

Welcome to Anything Project Week 6! What did you uncover last week as we went head-to-head with fear and prayed boldly to love God and be willing to risk more? Did someone you write for Project Two spur you on in your walk with Jesus? Have you joined the conversation on the Anything study pages? If you’re just starting

Loved with a Steadfast Love

Through the Lord’s mercies we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not. They are new every morning; great is Your faithfulness. — Lamentations 3:22-23 Jeremiah was depressed, as gloomy as a giraffe with a neck ache. Jerusalem was under siege, his nation under duress. His world collapsed like a sand castle in a typhoon. He faulted

Your House is a Lifeboat

As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. — Joshua 24:15 For many years, Noah and his wife refused to buckle under the temptations of wickedness all around them. In fact, outside their immediate family, they did not have one friend who believed in God or was living a righteous life. Can you imagine what

Obedience to God

Obedience: Hold Yourself Accountable

Although saved, we remain imperfect people who continue to be tempted by our sinful nature. Do not take salvation for granted and act as though you are unchanged. Train yourself to be godly, obey the Word, and rise above your nature, demonstrating your renewal so that others may wish to follow your example. Obedience to

Friendship: No Greater Love

Greater love has no one than this, than to lay down one’s life for his friends. — John 15:13 What’s the most famous friendship in the history of pop culture? My money is on Captain James T. Kirk and his Vulcan first officer, Mr. Spock, from Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek. Where the rugged captain played from his gut, often finding unique

The Pastor’s Family: What is Faithful Ministry?

No doubt, the bar for greatness in the kingdom of God in our eyes is set by these giants of our faith. The lives of pastors like Jonathan Edwards, John Bunyan, Charles Spurgeon, and Richard Baxter; evangelists like George Whitefield and John Wesley; missionaries like William Carey, John Paton, and Adoniram Judson; Reformers like John

What Every Mom Should Teach Her Daughter

It is no accident that Kari Kampakis opens her book, 10 Ultimate Truths Girls Should Know, with the subject of popularity. The first truth she shares with moms and daughters is this: Kindness is more important than popularity. Yes! She is right on. And we all (especially throughout adolescence) want to be popular. But our

Pragmatism is Church Kryptonite

If you ask a group of Olympic medal winners how pleased they are with their own performance, which group would you expect to be the happiest: Gold, Silver, or Bronze medalists? Researchers have actually studied this, and they found that gold medal winners were obviously the happiest. But, the surprising result was that bronze medalists

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