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The Link

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Even when it feels like the wheels are falling off the wagon, God is at work behind the scenes. In surprising moments, the relational links God builds in our lives can be part of the chain of events that bring his salvation to others....

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The Rise, Wreck, and Restoration of Samson

Samson

Did you ever wish that you had more gifts, more talents, and more abilities? Samson had all that - and more - and still failed. God, however, is the master of writing a new chapter in our lives....

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The Mighty One

The Mighty One

We live in a constant tension regarding which narrative about ourselves we're going to believe: are we going to be shaped by the many voices around us, or will be be shaped by what God says about us?...

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Following Jesus

Following Jesus

Someone recently asked me: 'What does it mean to follow Jesus - practically - on a day to day basis?' That's a great question - and here's my answer....

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Extravagance

What is the appropriate way to follow, worship, and honour Jesus? An obscure woman gives us a clue....

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How to Fail with God

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Positive learning involves drawing on the successes of others who can show us what to do. Negative learning is about observing the mistakes of others so that we don't do what they've done. The book of Judges is a grand lesson in what NOT to do....

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Strength and Courage

Strength and Courage

Have you ever faced a moment of genuine intimidation? Have you ever been gripped with fear to the degree that you were paralysed - unable to move? This is what Joshua felt as he stood at the threshold of his moment of destiny....

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Living Close to God's Presence

Living Close to God's Presence

When navigating transitional moments, it's good to live close to God's presence....

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A King, His Dogs, and Forgiveness

A King's Dog

In the 14th century, Robert Bruce of Scotland was leading his men in a battle to gain independence from England. Near the end of the conflict, the English wanted to capture Bruce to keep him from the Scottish crown. So they put his own bloodhounds on his trail. ...

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Minority Report

Minority Report

We often found ourselves surrounded by a cacophony of voices competing for our attention. And often, the majority of these voices are not encouraging faith; rather, they are dispensing doubt. But it is through the minority report of faith that we inherit God's promises....

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