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  • by Rex Sexton
Three important principles that have carried NFL quarterback Russell Wilson's life on track can be applied to our spiritual life.
  • by John Elliott
What should be the focus of God's people, His sheep?
  • by Robert H Berendt
When people know that you are a follower of Jesus Christ, they expect your conduct and behavior to be steady and strong regardless of the circumstances.
  • by Whitney Creech
Staying motivated is often a challenge when we're constantly facing trials. Repeatedly getting pushed down when it appears that there's no possibility to succeed makes finding the will to persevere seem far from our reach. Sometimes life is hard.
  • by Keri Sanders
The sting of failure presents a great opportunity to find clarity and the motivation to do better. If we never felt unsuccessful, would we truly desire to push ourselves to improve?
  • by David Cobb
To finish our race as Christians we must never, ever give up. When we fall (and we all do fall), we can never stay down.
  • by Chad Messerly
"Climbing a mountain with burdens on our backs is a physical equivalent to the spiritual challenges around the many corners of our lives."
  • by Daniel Fitzpatrick
A life-changing event happened to me a few years ago. Surprisingly to me, it involved my dog, Onyx.
  • by Daniel Macaraeg
Sometimes the curtains close on your dreams. But if you persevere and try and try again, the results can surprise you.
  • by Daniel Fitzpatrick
During a time of unemployment and depression, a little puppy brought a sparkle of life back into my heart. Until she disappeared…
  • by Robin Webber
The Church gained confidence from Jesus' own words in Matthew 16:18: "I will build My church, and the gates of Hades [the grave] shall not prevail against it." This simple statement proclaims that nothing can thwart the advancement of the Kingdom of God or claim victory over those who belong to God.