Vol. 24 No. 4 | May-Jun 2014

In this Issue:

  • Taming my Terrible Temper: The Story of Dr. Ben Carson MD.
  • Finding Peace with God: Do you long to be forgiven and cleansed from sin—to be set free from impurity and selfishness?
  • The Weapons of my Warfare: I hated my father for beating my mother and vowed that one day I would kill him with my own hands.
  • The Hermit and the King: Why had the king come to visit? The hermit had nothing to offer him but a broken chair—not even a crust of bread or a drink of clean water.
  • My Last Cigarette: I walked past the mourning family and peered into the open coffin. I gasped! It was me!!
  • Designer Remedies: Does the Bible teach “once an addict, always an addict?”
  • From Homosexuality to Holiness: A testimony Michael Carducci.
  • The Stole Bible: On the family’s table lay a great sharp knife where the Bible had been, and the Bible was gone!

  • Forgiven Monarch: Of all the kings of Judah, few were so offensive to God as Manasseh, son of King Hezekiah. “But where sin abounded, grace did much more abound.”
  • Receiving the Victory: Christians do not need to continue in sin, or fall into harmful habits over-and-over again.
  • God’s Healing Love: I have forgiven the man who molested me as a child and have found healing in Jesus.
  • Search the Word – Kill the Spider: Dealing with the root of sin.
  • The Road Home: A biker’s story of reconciliation with her family and her Creator.
  • A Lizard’s Tale: Lizards can teach us a great lesson about freedom from sin.
  • The Problem with Respectable Sin: Have Christians lost sight of what they share in common with their neighbors?


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Q&A, Vol. 27 No. 6

Question: One of my spiritual leaders assures me that we will be sinning all our lives because it is impossible to overcome sin. Is this true? Answer: I am perplexed by the number of church leaders, even pastors, who push the non-Biblical concept that saved Christians...

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SLEEP CAN JUMPSTART YOUR BRAIN The myth—“Your creative genius is at its best in the middle of the night when you should be sleeping”— is so pervasive that design students are encouraged to pull frantic all-nighters as the best way to complete long-term projects with...

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Question: What are the dangers, if any, of making comparisons between children? Answer: The Bible has much to say about dying to self. Why, then, do we spend so much time and energy promoting our children’s self-esteem? Perhaps we have confused self-esteem with...

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