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Biblical Counseling Versus Secular Counseling

What is secular counseling and how does it differ from biblical counseling? Let us quickly look at just a few difference and learn how God’s way is better than man’s way.

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Adoption

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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The Heart of Service, Part 2

God has good works for us. We must be a people who walk in them for the good of others and the glory of Christ. This is the continuation on the topic of Christlike service. We will look at what the Bible say about reaping what you sow, Christ’s humility, and favoritism.

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The Heart of Service, Part 1

We are commanded to serve God and man. The Bible says much in this area. Read this article to be challenged on how you can grow more like Jesus in your service in this two part article.

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Reflecting on God's Faithfulness

Sometimes life can be busy. In that business it can be difficult to stop and remember our past weeks and months that have been filled with Christ’s faithfulness. Read this article to be reminded of the importance of reflecting on how God has been faithful to you this past year.

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Development in Discipleship

Discipleship is an ongoing process because the goal is to become like Christ. This article has reminders of how Jesus led His disciples. Whether you have been discipling for years or new to leading others as you imitate Christ, there is wisdom found in God’s truth that can help you grow in how to disciple like Jesus.

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Is My Soul Panting?

Why is it so difficult to focus even in just a few minutes of prayer? What does God require of our hearts when it comes to desiring Him? This is a brief encouragement to take the flesh seriously, understand how it battles against us in the daily Christian fight, and put to death the deeds of the flesh by the Holy Spirit.

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Why Discipleship?

This list is in no way exhaustive, but is rather just a few of my thoughts as I consider discipleship in my life over the last 15 years…

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Suffering Well in a Fallen World

Many Christians have believed the lie that as children of God we will receive nothing but pleasure, comfort and an easy life. The Bible would tell us otherwise. We need to shift our thinking from what this world teaches us about suffering to what the Bible teaches us about suffering.

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Uniqueness in Singleness

Seasons in life are inevitable: whether it’s becoming an adolescent or an adult, getting married or becoming a parent. These transitions are marked by a specific age or a concrete life change. But there is another transition that takes place, though no outward change is visible: when one goes from “student” to “single.”

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Why am I Angry?

Whether your anger looks like pouting, yelling, an irritated tone of voice, stomping off, the cold shoulder, or even just pretending like everything is fine, the root of sinful anger is the beliefs and thoughts that come from the heart.

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Modesty

We all wear clothes. Some people hate clothing and become annoyed or even anxious about what to wear. Some people love clothing and need to exercise self-control over the desire to obsess over it. But whether we enjoy choosing our wardrobe or not, we all need one!

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God’s Love Dispels Anxiety

There is no wiggle room there. It is not okay to be anxious about our life. Easier said than done, right?

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Hospitality

If you are thinking, “This article does not apply to me because I do not have a house,” I would like to encourage you by saying that you do not need a house to be hospitable.  If you have a place to lay your head, you can love strangers with what God has given you.

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Singleness

When I was a college student, I had expectations that my life would look a certain way in a few years – I would work until I got married and then be a stay-at-home mom. Well, neither am I married nor am I a mom…

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Trusting God While Getting Married

Seek to value God more than anyone. Place your trust in the Lord because He (and only He) is worthy.

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Giving During the Poorest Season of Your Adult Life

Not only does God want us to give to others, He wants us to give with a cheerful heart. In fact, 2 Corinthians 9:7 goes so far as to say that God loves a cheerful giver. If we give but do so with pride, anger, or guilt, it is not an act that God loves.

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Memorizing Scripture

Your Word I have treasured in my heart, that I may not sin against You” (Psalm 119:11). And the Word of God in Ephesians 6 is referred to as “the sword of the Spirit,” which is the weapon we use in our fight.

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How Great a Salvation - Hebrews

When we were studying Hebrews 11 on Friday nights earlier this year, a few of the staff ladies and I decided to study the book of Hebrews for the semester.

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How to love your Co-Workers

God has proven His faithfulness and love to pursue us to the point of salvation, and he doesn’t stop there. Will you be faithful to pursue and love those unsaved coworkers you see every week?  

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