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Leaving the NAR Church: Sadie’s story

“I felt like someone was guiding me. I saw the throne of God, the houses all a jeweled, and people walking over the gold bridges while beautiful streams flowed.” After visions of heaven, young Sadie’s experience (which she thought was from God), soon devolved into horrific nightmares, depression, and attempted suicide.  She has allowed me […]

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Sufficiency of Scripture

Did you know that the Bible is all we need to equip us for a life of faith and service? It’s true! And in fact the doctrine of the sufficiency of Scripture is a fundamental tenet of the Christian faith. Sadly, it’s a tenet that has long been under vicious attack from within our own […]

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Christian suffering

Mike Ratliff of Possessing the Treasure offers hope for Christians who are suffering. Ratliff reminds us that “The hostility from those unworthy of the truth is like that of a wolf pack going after a few sheep.” He warns us to beware, to be careful. And he instructs us what to do in the face […]

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We Are Now Offering Mentoring to Lifeway Executives

It shouldn’t surprise anyone that high-profile Christian business men would “leverage their ‘success’ as executives to project themselves as expert advice-givers to pastors,” as Ed Stetzer and Thom Rainer are doing. What is surprising, though, is that pastors would be interested in receiving advice on pastoring from business executives. According to Gideon Knox, both Stetzer […]

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Frequently Abused Verses: Does God Condemn Debate?

Jeremiah Johnson of Grace to You asks: Should we or shouldn’t we debate our doctrinal differences? Many believers argue that our focus should be on what we agree on, and that we must set aside anything we disagree on. So does that mean we should ignore our differences with those who teach universalism?  What about […]

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