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Article
Jul 7, 2006
Why Doesn't God Cure Everyone Who Prays for Healing? Read an op-ed from Christianity Today by Mark Yarbrough answering this difficult question.
Ministry
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Christmas with Chili? What do chili and Christmas have in common? For most people the two words never go together. Christmas ham or turkey, but never chili! However, early in my Christian life, someone...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Why Doesn't God Cure Everyone Who Prays for Healing? Why doesn't God cure everyone who fervently prays for healing?
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Thomas L. ConstableThomas L. Constable
Priorities: How Should We Pray for Others As I write this article, I have just come from a prayer meeting. We spent about forty-five minutes sharing prayer requests, after reading Scripture and praising God for a while,...
Public Square
Jul 7, 2006
Ramesh RichardRamesh Richard
Divine Meaning in Natural Disaster On this rainy October day (8, 2005) in Costa Rica, I am overwhelmed as CNN scrolls news about natural disasters on several fronts...
Spiritual Life
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
The Sanctuary of Suffering In the past few months our world has seen children left without parents, homes destroyed, and whole villages devastated. We have witnessed suffering on a massive scale.
Article
Jul 7, 2006
The Tenets of a Balanced Life Taekwondo students typically learn the following tenets as they progress through the belt ranks. They apply not only to athletes but also to everyone who aspires to a balanced...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Feel Trapped? A Biblical Perspective on Suicide Some 23,000 people are murdered in the United States each year, and 32,000 Americans commit suicide.  Children ages 10–15 are now twice as likely to commit suicide as they...
Spiritual Life
Jul 7, 2006
Jason Shepherd
Are You Using the Right Stuff? I once learned a valuable lesson while trying to cook my first meal on a camping trip. I was assigned to be the “camp cook” for an outing. I prepared myself for this noble task...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Mark L. BaileyMark L. Bailey
Out King-ing the Fox Mosaics are one of my favorite art forms. I look at a completed mosaic, requiring so many miniscule parts to make up a coordinated whole, and I think about how the artist...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Charles R. SwindollCharles R. Swindoll
Take a (Gentle) Stand

Dallas Seminary’s chancellor, Chuck Swindoll, takes a stand. Find out about what.

Article
Jul 7, 2006
Chris Ross
Keep Watch: How to Combat Spiritual Slumber A feeling of insecurity hovers over the age in which we live. Enemies threaten us from abroad, while crime remains a reality close to home. Insecurity, however, is not unique to...
Stories
Jul 7, 2006
Julie Cramer
Extreme Makeover: The Exterior Have you ever felt overwhelmed by messages telling you to be thinner, richer, younger? What happened in the Garden of Eden holds the key to unlocking a healthy view of self—and...
Article
Jul 7, 2006
Rene A. Lopez
Change: Not a Mission Impossible Have you ever felt hindered by a grocery list of sin in your life? René Lopez, author of the new release, Romans Unlocked, did—until he met a Man who helped him stop taking...
Bible
Feb 17, 2006
Kenneth Horton
Refreshing Priorities Dr. Kenneth Horton, senior pastor of McKinney Memorial Bible Church, shares with us that reverence for Christ which stimulates relational evangelism refreshes spiritual leaders for...