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A woman forms her hands to make a heart shape with a football stadium in the background. © By WavebreakMediaMicro/stock.adobe.com. Both Valentine's Day and the Super Bowl can remind us of God's love.

What do Valentine’s Day and the Super Bowl have in common?

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Are most pastors insecure? What it means to be a secure leader

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For pastors: An antidote to cultural discouragement

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How to choose a church—or leave one

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Pastor, should you “change your life every decade”?

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What to do when church members ghost your church

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“The greatest competitor of devotion to Jesus”

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Pastor, do you have the faith to be courageously obscure?

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Can a woman be a pastor? “40 Questions About Women in Ministry” offers many answers

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The wrong way to resolve the tension between solitude and service

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Should we be holy warriors or ambassadors of Christ?

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Providence in strange places

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Three cultural lies too many Christians still believe

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Is calling this year “2023” a bit presumptuous?

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The most unique gift: God’s comfort

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The day my father died

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A passion for growth

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Obedient to the last word, open to the next

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Three wise ways to see Christmas

A man prays with his hands clasped below his chin, his eyes shut.

The humbling reason Peter is my favorite apostle: A word of encouragement for preachers during Advent

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To judge or not to judge? To tolerate or not to tolerate?

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Leadership advice for Advent and all the days that follow

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How God refreshes us so we can refresh others

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An anonymous prophet who changed history

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