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  • by Scott Ashley
Mankind indeed has a deep spiritual problem—a deadly virus that has infected us and leads us into sin and death. It is our wicked, evil, selfish, self-centered and self-seeking way of thinking that inevitably leads to discord, conflict, hatred, violence and war.
  • by Steve Myers

In Ephesians, Paul refers to Satan as the "prince of the power of the air",...

  • by John LaBissoniere
In and outside the home, work is a critical part of life. But for whom are we really working, and what is the ultimate purpose of work?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Attitudes come from the heart. God wants us to cultivate good attitudes and build His character. What happens when the pail we are carrying is bumped by the incidents of everyday life? Are Godly attitudes revealed?
  • by Doug Horchak
It sounds like it could be a local radio station, but WIIFM is actually the acronym for a question many people are asking today.
  • by Bev Galli
We are admonished to grow in godly service and leadership. As Christians, we know it is necessary as Christians to grow in these ways, but is it possible to lose a once beautiful attitude of service, leadership and love?
  • by Janet Treadway
From time to time I feel down and start feeling sorry for myself in a "woe is me" kind of attitude.
  • by United Church of God
What do we do when circumstances happen to us? We need to be flexible and have a right attitude.
  • by Mark Winner
Proverbs is not just a book for the youth; it's a book of practical, timeless wisdom for all of us. What can Proverbs teach us about becoming a mature Christian in today's society?
  • by United Church of God
Hello readers, In our hectic world, some precious attitudes seem lost.
  • by Robert Nettles
Our lives can be an up-and-down adventure; but just as we make the time for checkups and maintenance on our automobiles, we must also take the time to assess and maintain our prayer lives.
  • by United Church of God
Our past affects us, but we don’t have to let it control us.
  • by United Church of God
Some say women seem to have a strong sixth sense.
  • by Amanda Stiver
A new crop of business advice books for women is highlighting the fact that nice people can actually do better in business than traditionally aggressive ones.
  • by Jay Turner
The parable of the vineyard (Matthew 20:1-16) warns us that we must not be presumptuous if we've been serving God longer than someone else.