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Around the Web (10/10)

Links worth a look from around the web: Roger Shouse explores the balance between merely thinking about making a difference in someone’s life, and actually doing what needs to be done. “Few things sap more of our joy, are as …

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Around the Web (10/9)

Links worth a look from around the web: Doy Moyer provides a timely dose of perspective: “The gospel is crying out from the back seat. It’s time to return the message of Christ to its rightful place. ‘Christ and Him …

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Around the Web (7/26)

Links worth a look from around the web: Art Rainer suggests 7 Bible verses for when you find yourself filled with anxiety. Ken Weliever asks, “Are you listening to your accuser?” Roger Shouse kicks off a series on hallmarks of …

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Around the Web (7/25)

Links worth a look from around the web: Tim Challies encourages you to make time to be bored. Adam Faughn asks the pointed question, “Did you?” and shows how it relates to the Golden Rule. “We know that preachers and teachers need …

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Around the Web (7/24)

Links worth a look from around the web: Michael Whitworth suggests seven things we owe our Bible class teachers. Carey Nieuwhof thinks through five character tests the greatest leaders pass. Matthew Bassford offers a sobering reminder about adultery and its …

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Around the Web (7/17)

Links worth a look from around the web: Garrett Kell suggests a way of looking at every book of the Bible in one word. “There is a better way to experience sexuality, and Christian parents need to be talking about it.” …

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Around the Web (7/10)

Links worth a look from around the web: Russell Moore shares when he truly understood “Abba, Father!” for the very first time. Matthew Bassford reflects on content, culture, and VBS. “How shameful it is when someone wants to do right …

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Around the Web (5/12)

Links worth a look from around the web: Roger Shouse suggests that Proverbs 31 could well be titled “Mom Said” and offers three main lessons from a mother’s advice to her son. Matthew Bassford explores the impact that choosing to …

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