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  • by John LaBissoniere
While protecting your family and belongings is important, discover why Proverbs 4:23 says you should safeguard your heart more than anything else.
  • by Craig Scott
The need to distinguish and choose between what is holy and clean, and what is evil and unclean still remains for followers of Christ. But now He has added new meaning and purpose for us to consider when seeking holiness.
  • by Mary Jackson
How often do we say to ourselves when we are critical of someone: “Well, at least I don't do that!”?
  • 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 Frank Dunkle
Wouldn't it be nice if we could, like God, see below the surface of a candidate and look at his or her "heart"—the character and substance of the person?
  • 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 Mario Seiglie, Scott Ashley, Tom Robinson
A merry heart does good, like medicine, but a broken spirit dries the bones." These words, recorded in the biblical book of Proverbs (17:22) almost 3,000 years ago, have now been confirmed by medical science as a result of two recent studies reported by the Reuters news service.
  • by Ken Treybig
People are easily impressed by the way someone looks, but real leadership comes from what's inside a person—from the heart. Consider the shepherd who became king David.
  • by Gary Petty
Viewing the suffering around the globe caused by evil leaders is discouraging. Some countries are run by outright drug lords. Others are ruled by leaders who abuse their own people. Saddam Hussein has become a poster boy of the evil tyrant in the 21st century just as Hitler and Stalin were in the 20th. Why would a good God create such evil people?