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The key to having a good fight that ends in reconciliation rather than a bad fight that ends in bitterness is to learn to fight as friends and not enemies. The following rules of engagement are offered to help you...

“Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger.” –Ephesians 4:26 Some Christians seem to think that there are godly and ungodly emotions. Subsequently, they see all anger as sinful. But, not all anger...

Sign up today for the Leader's List and get free resources such as study guides, eBooks, and research briefs. You'll stay up to date on the latest resources from me. I recently had the joy of preaching through the entire Book of...

Were Adam and Eve real people? Or were they just literary devices and poetic images? This question of the historicity of Adam and Eve is important because it’s the foundation of the biblical story. Without a real Adam and Eve, the...

With Thanksgiving upon us, the time has come for kids to dress up like Pilgrims and the Charlie Brown television special to air once again. Though widely dismissed and despised, the Pilgrims (also known as the Puritans) remain one of...

I hope you know just how grateful I am for generous friends like you. Your support is the reason more people around the world are opening their Bibles to learn – connecting with God’s Word in genuine ways every day! I...

In Luke 11:1 the disciples say to Jesus, “Lord teach us to pray,” and Jesus responds in Luke 11:13, “If you then, who are evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will the heavenly...

In Mark 14:36, Jesus prays, “Abba, Father, all things are possible for you. Remove this cup from me. Yet not what I will, but what you will.” This prayer shows us both Jesus’ relational intimacy with God (calling him “Abba,” which...

Prayer. Does just reading that word make you feel at least a little bit guilty? Talking about our prayer life often makes us feel scrutinized or nervous. We’re easily embarrassed to talk about it, or apologetic for it. Some of us don’t...