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Resolve to Share the Gospel

Another kind of conflict we sometimes have is when we are sharing or defending our faith.  The Bible says that God commands us to share the good news, yet so many of us are afraid or unprepared to do so.  In today's society where the last acceptable prejudice is Christianity (where Bibles are not allowed in school and announcements of Bible studies are prohibited in the workplace), there is even more reason to be uncomfortable when sharing your faith. However, this is exactly why I wrote Say What You Mean: Defending the Faith.  This study goes through the common questions and misunderstandings non Christians have about God and teaches you not only what you can say, but how to say...

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Are Resolutions Christian?

This week's word is Resolution.  A resolution is "a formal expression of opinion or intention made, usually after voting, by a formal organization, a legislature, a club, or other group."  A New Year's Resolution is one an individual makes usually based on his or her desires. I guess what bothers me most about New Year's Resolutions is the fact that God is rarely consulted or referenced.  Just because we want something does't mean God wants it for us.  Sometimes He has other plans that  may need to be in place BEFORE or INSTEAD of the plans we have for ourselves. This year, I resolve to listen to Almighty God to see what He would like me to do--not just on...

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Word of the Week: Resolution

Resolution: a declaration of intent to make a positive change in your life on January 1st that you don't intend to keep past February. LOL What do you think about New Year's Resolutions?  Do you make New Year's Resolutions? Please share your thoughts. If you liked this post, please subscribe to our RSS feed and share the link…

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