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Best Bible Study Apps for your Smart Phone or Tablet Chances are, you’re reading this post on your mobile phone.  Over 2/3 of the 2 million subscribers to FaithGateway.com use their smart phones or tablets to read articles and emails from FaithGateway authors. We recently surveyed our subscribers and asked them what bible study apps they

Father’s Day: Set Free to Win the Battles of Life

Father’s Day is a wonderful day to bestow honor on dads for all that they do for their families. Dads love to get cards and gifts, enjoy their favorite meal, and have some family fun doing the things dads likes to do. But on the Monday following Father’s Day, it is back to the grind, the struggles, the

Same Kind of Different as Me

There are those two four-letter words – HOPE and LOVE – and then there’s that five-letter word – FAITH. While faith is not scripturally the greatest of these, it is quite possibly the hardest because its essence is the unseen, the not-yet, the still to come. And while trying to measure faith is an exercise in silliness, there

Graduates: No Reserves. No Retreats. No Regrets.

It’s graduation season!  Young adults are making big decisions about their lives and futures. Going out into the world they are determined to make their mark, to find their place, and to begin building a portfolio of wealth. In today’s economic environment, graduation can be daunting. We can put all of our efforts toward gaining

Faith Commander: Do You Have Redonkulous Faith?

Living in the spotlight, subjecting yourself to the scrutiny of those who take pleasure in exploiting your flaws is beyond difficult. Many families crumble when subjected to this kind of pressure. The world of reality TV proves this point. Viewers watch helplessly as couples they have come to know crash and burn. One might ultimately

Soul Keeping: What Is The Soul?

Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me will find it. What good will it be for someone to gain the whole world,

Just Overlook the Resurrection and Believe in Jesus?

As Easter approaches, many people in American society wrestle with the question, can’t we just overlook the resurrection and believe in Jesus? Some say, there are so many good teachings in Christianity that we should be able to focus on them without having to believe in a resurrection. While these statements may seem strange, they

Dietrich Bonhoeffer Asks, “What Is The Church?”

The movement upward [toward God] cannot be separated from the movement toward our neighbor. Both belong indissolubly together . . . Standing under God’s rule means living in community with God and with the church. DIETRICH BONHOEFFER, SANCTORUM COMMUNIO In his diary Bonhoeffer recorded that Palm Sunday was “the first day that something of the

When God Calls Us To Take The Hard Road

Please, you’re breaking my heart with your tears! I know exactly what I’m doing. I’m fully prepared to be bound, and more—to die for the name of Jesus, the King.– Paul, in Acts 21 (The Voice) Is it important that the Church strive for unity? Are there ways that churches can experience unity? In this

Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No

Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it. – Proverbs 4:23 What Do You Mean “Boundaries”? The parents of a twenty-five-year-old man came to see me (Dr. Townsend) with a common request: they wanted me to “fix” their son, Bill. When I asked where Bill was, they answered, “Oh, he didn’t want

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