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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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Around the Web (5/11)

Links worth a look from around the web: Gaye Clark offers 8 things your daughter-in-law wants you to know. Adam McClendon wonders if we sometimes make too little of Jesus because we make too little of our sin. Biblical Archaeology …

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Around the Web (4/27)

Links worth a look from around the web: Wes McAdams explores why Christian unity is so very important. Shane Scott reflects on Psalm 15 and what it reveals about integrity as a prerequisite for worship. Chuck Lawless suggests 8 ways to …

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Around the Web (4/26)

Links worth a look from around the web: Edwin Crozier confesses he’s had evangelism exactly backwards … and he’s not the only one. Ben Giselbach explores the ways in which going to church is an act of high treason. Matthew …

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Around the Web (1/20)

The Crossway blog offers 9 passages of Scripture to read on Inauguration Day. If you haven’t read this post by Matthew Bassford from last month entitled Why the American Church Fell, you should do so. Now. Tricia at The Domestic Fringe offers …

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Around the Web (12/16)

My strong hunch is that many wives and mothers will appreciate this look at the Christmas conflict through Lindsay’s lens. Wes McAdams asks, “What’s the whole point of Christian teaching?” Neal Pollard offers 14 suggestions for building your devotional life. …

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Around the Web (9/26)

Neal Pollard lists some things he loves about assembling on the Lord’s day. Art Rainer suggests 5 things to do when you feel overwhelmed. Stephen Witmer asks, “What does TV say about sex?” Wes McAdams offers 4 reasons why he doesn’t …

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Around the Web (9/23)

The AP and NPR report on the charred Ein Gedi scroll of Leviticus that scientists have been able to read for the first time through a process of “virtual unwrapping.” “Several years ago, I quipped before an audience, ‘Election years …

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