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  • by Steve Myers

Culturally our society has started "crossing the Rubicon." As Christians we...

  • by John LaBissoniere
Do we place as much emphasis on the development of our character as we do in making sure we look physically presentable each day?
  • by Robert H Berendt
Times change, but God's commands are for every era.
  • by Leslie Schwartz
Is there anyone we, as Christians, can look to as a mentor on a college campus? And if so, what can we expect from the mentoring relationship
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
What we see published about unfaithfulness today should alarm us. One magazine cover asked, "Is Anyone Faithful Anymore?" The drophead on the cover read, "The Death of Monogamy—and Why That's No Bad Thing." The title inside is "Yours, Unfaithfully."
  • by Fred Nance, John Ross Schroeder
Americans appear to be very edgy these days. According to a Gallup Poll sponsored by USA Today, "Almost three-fourths of them...don't like the way things are going in the country. Given economic deprivation and political division, plus war [and] terrorism..., who would?" (Jan. 6, 2010).
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Why does the world seem to be crumbling into chaos? Can we restrain the forces of anarchy? Is it possible to right the course of our severely straying civilization and solve our problems? Sadly, we seem to have no comprehension of the unseen spiritual forces arrayed against us, and we either reject or ignore the God who offers the only viable solutions to the enormous problems afflicting our...
  • by Clyde Kilough
Humanity is heading down its own perilous road toward a far more serious type of bankruptcy.
  • by Ken Treybig
You may have carefully planned your class load or electives, but you probably have not considered the need for help in keeping your Christian perspective intact. Here's a discussion by three Christian professors giving their best advice for students.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
Far too many Americans have chosen a path of make-it-up-as-you-go morality or even amorality. Amorality admits no moral distinctions or judgments and lacks moral sensibility, not caring about right and wrong.
  • by United Church of God
Hi friends, So we’re supposed to believe that whoever dies with the most stuff wins, right?
  • by Barry Korthuis
Would you ever kiss a pig? What if the pig were wearing lipstick? From a distance it might look a little better. But when you got closer, you'd find the same dirty, smelly pig.
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
The Daily Telegraph of London bluntly noted: "Government support for gay couples and single parents, the rise in cohabitation and an official failure to support traditional marriage are said to have resulted in previously unconventional lifestyles becoming widely accepted" (Jan. 23, 2008).
  • by Melvin Rhodes
These words of Jesus Christ underscore the importance of a right understanding of Bible prophecy and show the need for action on our part—beginning with personal repentance.