A Paralyzed Faith

What is paralyzing your faith? What issue are you hiding from the rest of the world? What is the prison you’re hiding in so you don’t have to face others or yourself? The truth is, we all have conditions that […]

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Every Believer Is Called to Study: An Interview with Beth Moore

Beth Moore is a 30-​​​​year veteran of teaching the Bible. Recently Moore sat down with our own Bible Study Magazine to share about her love for scripture: “I taught Sunday school for 23 years straight and loved it so much. Boy, I cut […]

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Giving Your Child a Heart For the World

“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations.” —Matthew 28:19 When our kids were growing up my husband did an incredible job of cultivating in them a love for the world. Often he would orchestrate “culture night” to teach the kids […]

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5 Tips to Revive Your Prayer Life

Have you ever felt disappointed in prayer? Does prayer feel more like a burden than a relief? Does your experience in prayer leave you feeling more worn out than uplifted? You are not alone. I call it “prayer fatigue” because I think many people experience […]

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6 Words That Shaped My Life

High school was not kind to me. Although there are a few fun memories — cheering for the freshmen basketball team, attending a zany psychology class, passing drivers training — I’m glad I never have to return to those four agonizing years again. Ever. Mostly my adolescent days were filled […]

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Life’s Like a Spilled Box of Chocolates

This Valentine’s Day, my heart returns to February 14 2002, when I watched my daughter Victoria’s seven year-​​​​old eyes slowly scanned the Valentine loot scattered on the kitchen table. Pushing aside the small white envelopes that bore her name, treat-​​​​filled plastic […]

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