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Worship: The First Priority for Christians
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Who should Christians pray for?
Don't Christians worship on Sunday to honor the first day of the week, the day Christ resurrected?
Don't good works show that a person is already saved? If sacraments are required for salvation, then how do you explain the good works of Christians who have never received the sacraments?
Six Habits of Really Effective Christians (Part 3)
In today's world, it seems success comes from being aggressive, from crushing your competition inside and outside your company, and from making sure that your name is included in as many meetings and e-mails as possible. Is that the true secret?
Six Habits of Really Effective Christians (Part 4)
We need God's power, guidance, and strength throughout our lives—not just for the 13,000 hours of our adult lives that we'll spend in church but also for the 100,000 hours we'll spend at work. Find out how prayer can help you be effective at work, and rea
Six Habits of Really Effective Christians (Part 2)
The moment you start doing work that involves dealing with other people, you'll have many opportunities to start making enemies. But how do we as Christians turn these situations around?
Six Habits of Really Effective Christians (Part 1)
How do you shine the light as a Christian at work? The first step is getting along with everybody.
Six Habits of Really Effective Christians (Parts 5 & 6)
The road to being highly successful goes beyond a good title and a high salary. It's being able to look yourself in the face every morning and see a child of God looking back. If you can commit first to shining the light for Christ wherever you are and in
Christians and the World
I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one. —John 17:15
Complacency is a pervasive trait. There is much more to Christian life than settling in a routine of prayer and Bible reading.
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