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  • Dementia, Part 2: The Dangers of Spiritual Dementia

    Godly Women Blog

    Dementia, Part 2: The Dangers of Spiritual Dementia

    While dealing with the effects of dementia on my mother, I learned some lessons about the spiritual dementia afflicting mankind and threatening us. Witnessing the debilitating and discouraging...Read More

  • Dementia, Part 1: What Caring for My Mother Taught Me

    Godly Women Blog

    Dementia, Part 1: What Caring for My Mother Taught Me

    Dealing with the debilitating effects of dementia on my mother over the years before her death was difficult to say the least. But it taught me some important lessons. Dementia is an unfortunate...Read More

  • So, You Think You’re Too Old to Serve?

    Godly Women Blog

    So, You Think You’re Too Old to Serve?

    Do you think you are over the hill and too old to be of use to God? Is that really the case, or can older people still show love to others through service? There are many ways to serve the Church,...Read More

  • Love, Peace, Respect … and Pride?

    Godly Women Blog

    Love, Peace, Respect … and Pride?

    A decorative flag got me thinking about what the Bible says about pride. It’s not a pretty picture. Recently, as I was driving through town, I saw a decorative flag hanging on a porch. Normally,...Read More

  • An Impartial God and What He Expects of His People

    Godly Women Blog

    An Impartial God and What He Expects of His People

    Improper ideas and attitudes about race infect our society. Sadly, these kinds of attitudes can also exist in God’s Church. How can we make sure we don’t have them? This past year has shown that the...Read More

  • Life, Lessons, Promises and Birds

    Godly Women Blog

    Life, Lessons, Promises and Birds

    Life lessons often come through hard knocks or from sterling examples. But by birds? Really? Well these birds proved to be masterful teachers. These teachers—and their lessons—were unexpected, but...Read More

  • Lessons From the Limpet

    Living Christianity Blog

    Lessons From the Limpet

    God has given us many examples that we can imitate, among both the human world and the natural world. We can even learn from the example of a mollusk! God uses His creation to teach us important...Read More

  • 3 Reasons to Pray for the Kingdom of God

    Young Adult Blog

    3 Reasons to Pray for the Kingdom of God

    When asked about prayer, Jesus instructed His disciples to pray “Your kingdom come.” Let’s consider some reasons why this prayer is so important. In His outline of prayer, Jesus teaches us that...Read More

  • We Have Been to the Mountaintop: Now What?

    Living Christianity Blog

    We Have Been to the Mountaintop: Now What?

    We were given a vision of the Kingdom at the Feast. As we return to our daily lives, what can we do to keep the vision strong in our minds and hearts? Many decades ago, an exhausted preacher was...Read More

  • The Feast of Trumpets: A Call to Steadfastness

    Young Adult Blog

    The Feast of Trumpets: A Call to Steadfastness

    The Feast of Trumpets is a time that symbolizes the victorious return of Christ and the resurrection of the saints. That truth should inspire us to endure! Picture the scene: After...Read More

  • Frequently Asked Questions About the EEI Parenting Manual

    Christian Parenting Blog

    Frequently Asked Questions About the EEI Parenting Manual

    The EEI planning and production team has received valuable feedback and has answers to your questions. The team behind the Encourage, Equip & Inspire parenting resource manual thanks...Read More

  • Godly Women Blog

    Remember!

    We live in trying times that can cause fear and worry for God’s people, especially women. What can the examples of women in the Bible teach us? We are living in frightening times, and...Read More

  • Lessons From Jonathan: Son of a Faithless Father

    Young Adult Blog

    Lessons From Jonathan: Son of a Faithless Father

    Having a father who is a negative influence can be difficult. What can we learn from the example of a son who overcame his father’s bad example? A chip off the old block. The apple...Read More

  • 3 Things I Learned as a Camp Counselor

    Young Adult Blog

    3 Things I Learned as a Camp Counselor

    Camp is an awesome experience for children and adults alike. Volunteering doesn’t just help the kids—it can also help adults draw closer to God. Camp is an educational and spiritual...Read More

  • Lessons From Scuba

    Young Adult Blog

    Lessons From Scuba

    Open water divers are trained to dive within their limits to minimize the risks of diving. God’s laws actually have a similar function! I recently became certified as an Open Water...Read More

  • Do You Have to Be a “Tough Guy” to Be a Man?

    The Man Blog

    Do You Have to Be a “Tough Guy” to Be a Man?

    Does it take a tall, muscular frame to make a man? Do you have to be able to fight to be a real man? Or can masculinity be more subtle than some imagine? When asked to name an example...Read More

  • Culture Shock

    Young Adult Blog

    Culture Shock

    A trip to Africa led me to consider the topic of culture shock. Just as I was a foreigner in a different culture, God’s people are foreigners in this world. During my freshman year of...Read More

  • A Noncompete Clause for Church?

    Godly Women Blog

    A Noncompete Clause for Church?

    What might we experience in our congregations if we chose to sign a figurative contract of noncompetition? You may be familiar with the legal concept of a noncompetition agreement....Read More

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