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Talk the Walk


Sharing your faith is hard—especially when you consider the flawed vessel sharing it. Steve Brown’s book can help you get past that. . . . Steve Brown. Talk the Walk: How to Be Right without Being Insufferable. 160p., $15.99, New … Continue reading

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How good is your news?


Go find an old newspaper—the older the better, but week-old is probably enough to make the point. Go ahead; take a few moments to look it over. Do you recall any of the stories you’re reading? Do any of them … Continue reading

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Lay Down Your Old Identity: a handful of fragments


You will not become the person God intended you to be until you’ve laid down the things He has not intended. But you can start now. This laying-down thing takes a lifetime—and God will guide us into next things that … Continue reading

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How Did We Get Here, and Where Are We Going?


Every Christian has a testimony, a faith story — an account of how he or she first encountered Jesus, how that encounter changed everything, and how each new encounter with Jesus keeps changing everything. So take some time to reflect … Continue reading

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