Me to We

This ability to bridge the generation gap, sometimes even better than parents can, can be directly traced to the concepts Paul begins to explore in the second chapter of his letter to Titus. Older Christians have a unique responsibility and opportunity to seize every opportunity of relating to the younger generation, so that their faith will become the faith of their children’s children. 

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The Home Front

There is perhaps no greater battlefield we will ever deal with than our families. When Satan wanted the whole human race to fall, his first order of business was to…

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UNDER ATTACK

The moment, you became a Christian, you entered a spiritual battle. Saying yes to Jesus and His kingdom is at the same time saying no to Satan and his work….

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VICTORY

I guess you could say that death is one of the most democratic experiences in life. Against our best efforts it’s a passage that we all participate in it. We…

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Shipwrecked

Sidetracks aren’t necessarily bad but can be perplexing and frustrating. Sometimes a shipwreck crashes your plans or dreams on the rocks, and all you can do is pick up the pieces. Shipwrecks are painful and scary, and you wonder, “Okay God, what now?”

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Pay Attention

The American philosopher and psychologist William James once defined human attention as a “withdrawal from some things in order to deal effectively with others, a condition which has a real…

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