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God’s gift of tomorrow

God’s gift of tomorrow

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Business | A couple of weeks ago I thought I had heartburn or acid reflux, but a treadmill stress test revealed results my doctor declared “highly abnormal.” This…

A public sin dealt with publicly

A public sin dealt with publicly

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Family | Private sins should be dealt with privately and public sins should be dealt with publicly. But what can you do when you have sinned publicly against those you…

Thinking rightly about ‘loving and hating’

Thinking rightly about ‘loving and hating’

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Faith & Inspiration | “You’re trying to kill me! Bologna is high in cholesterol! You can’t buy that? I can’t eat it!” my mother screamed at my then 10-year-old daughter…

Winning souls, not arguments

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Faith & Inspiration | Here’s a tough question: How can you engage in debate on political or social issues with nonbelievers and keep the door open for a discussion of the gospel?

Your most important job

Your most important job

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Parenting | He sat in the booth in front of me wearing a multicolored tie-dyed shirt. His head was shaved, tattoos covered most of his right arm and halfway up his neck,

Avoiding ethical lapses

Avoiding ethical lapses

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Faith & Inspiration | Peter was waiting, sitting in the easy chair across from my desk. His look told me this wasn’t a social call. He wasted no time getting to the point.

Discordant instruments

Discordant instruments

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Business | She was young, modestly dressed, attractive, innocent looking, and projected an aura of purity. Then she spoke. It wasn’t her tone, nor her pitch, or even…

Working heartily for the Lord

Working heartily for the Lord

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Business | “I want to meet with all our Christian associates once each quarter,” Michael, the company’s CEO, said to his senior staff. “I’ve made a commitment…

What will you risk for your faith?

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Business | A group of believers sitting around a table pondered the question: What would happen if you openly admitted you were a Christian at work? “I can’t…

Is your boss really a jerk?

Is your boss really a jerk?

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Business | In my continuing examination of how we as Christians should handle authority in the workplace, I give you a second conversation between a disgruntled employee…

What if I have a jerk for a boss?

What if I have a jerk for a boss?

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Business | Earlier this fall I wrote about how “Christ is our ultimate employer.” As promised, I’m continuing to examine how we as Christians are to handle…

Ethics without a plumb line

Ethics without a plumb line

By Bill Newton
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Higher Education | “We’re creating a mandatory ethics curriculum for every student,” the college president stated to a group of anxious alumni. The implication was that he…

 
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