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Tools For Spiritual Life Question of the Day: What is the Key to effective prayer?

By Mark Burton • May 05 2015

Tools For Spiritual Life Question of the Day: What is the Key to effective prayer? We all want our prayers to be “effective,” so much so that when we focus on the “results” of our prayers, we lose sight of the incredible privilege we have in prayer. That people like us can speak to the … Continue reading Tools For Spiritual Life Question of the Day: What is the Key to effective prayer? →

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Extreme Makeover: The Jesus Edition

By Kelli Hamann • May 04 2015

Got hope? Esther 8:7-14 Filled with hatred for Mordecai, Haman tricked the king into granting legal permission to annihilate all Jews. According to Persian law, this royal edict could not be revoked, even after the king had learned of Haman’s treachery. But the king’s deep affection and compassion for Esther moved him to create a … Continue reading Extreme Makeover: The Jesus Edition →

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Daily Living: Anxiety vs. Concern

By Jenai Rothnie • May 02 2015

Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.  – Phil 4:6 Cutting off the endless loop of anxious thoughts is important, as anxiety … Continue reading Daily Living: Anxiety vs. Concern →

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Judas and Us

By John Thompson • April 30 2015

Oh, that we would know this more. He put us here for a time such as this. I’ll let you get the context by finding this moment in a tiny book in your bible called Esther, but here is a moment where God is calling Esther to do a hard thing. Then Esther spoke to … Continue reading Judas and Us →

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Question of the Day: What Have These Names Got to Do With the Messiah?

By Michael Harrell • April 27 2015

Names mean a great deal to God – they tell His story, Adam who is dust, Eve who is the mother of all the living, Noah who offers rest. You could tell the story of salvation with names alone. Case in point: David, Bathsheba, and Solomon. Not exactly the crowning moment of God. Or is … Continue reading Question of the Day: What Have These Names Got to Do With the Messiah? →

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History Buff Question of the Day…What exactly are the 95 Theses of Martin Luther?

By Mark Burton • April 21 2015

The “95 Theses” were written in 1517 by a German priest and professor of theology named Martin Luther. His revolutionary ideas served as the catalyst for the eventual breaking away from the Catholic Church and were later instrumental in forming the movement known as the Protestant Reformation. Luther wrote his radical “95 Theses” to express … Continue reading History Buff Question of the Day…What exactly are the 95 Theses of Martin Luther? →

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Want to be free? Be a big forgiver.

By Kelli Hamann • April 16 2015

Once again, I’m sure you’re shaking your head and asking, “Why?” And again, I’m going to tell you to do it because Jesus told you to do it, and because showing kindness to your “enemies” has power to free you from unforgiveness. What can you do? It depends on the person(s) in question. During my … Continue reading Want to be free? Be a big forgiver. →

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The Pioneer Woman Is More Like Jesus Than You Might Think

By Kelli Hamann • April 07 2015

I’m not sure what finally changed in my mind, but a few years ago I started asking myself some questions, such as: “If Jesus is as uptight as everyone seems to think He is, then why was His first miracle to turn water into wine at a wedding (and this was after the guests had … Continue reading The Pioneer Woman Is More Like Jesus Than You Might Think →

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Flipping the View!

By Kelli Hamann • March 24 2015

Even with such limited access to the outside world, she hears the news spreading through her town that a unique man claiming to be God’s Son has arrived, and nothing has been the same since. He heals the sick, feeds the hungry, loves the unlovely, teaches about kindness, and cares for others like no one … Continue reading Flipping the View! →

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We Don’t Always Understand God, And That’s Okay. Saint Patrick Didn’t Either.

By Michael Harrell • March 16 2015

The eBible staff is made up of Baptists and Presbyterians, non-denominational, a Roman Catholic contributing writer, and this Lutheran; we worship in different churches with different practices; some of us recite a creed on Sunday mornings; some of us don’t. But here, in this place, we do have a shared creed: we believe this statement … Continue reading We Don’t Always Understand God, And That’s Okay. Saint Patrick Didn’t Either. →

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