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“It should come as no huge surprise that the secular world is confused and off-base about the identity and calling of women. But what I find distressing is the extent to which (this) has taken hold even within the evangelical world. We see the fruit of that revolution as prominent Christian speakers, authors, and leaders promote an agenda, whether subtly or overtly, that encourages women to define and discover their worth in the workplace, in society, or at church, while minimizing (or even

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Motivation One Way Or Another

What is your driving force? What keeps you going everyday? Is it your job, your family, or your livelihood? When I write about motivation I am writing about what the driving force is behind keeping you moving in the direction you need to go each day. This applies to everyone no matter if you are self-employed, or a salesman, a home-based worker, a wife, author, or husband; motivation is required to keep us in the frame of mind we need to be in order...
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How many people have you shared the good news of your salvation with? Do you want others to be saved? If receiving Christ as your saviour is wonderful, you will want other people to have Him too as their saviour too. Surely, the joy of salvation, you shouldn't keep to yourself alone. This article encourages you to reach out and win souls for Christ.
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What do you expect from the word of God? Your expectation is a function of what you know and understand of God's word. And the word of God delivers to you what you expect from it; for your expectation shall not be cut off. Therefore, increase your expectation of the word of God to increase what it delivers to you.
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Have you ever felt like quitting God? Or have you ever thought of taking a break from your service unto God? This is the case with some believers. But, the truth is that it's not the Lord's will for you to draw back. And God doesn't take pleasure in those who draw back from the faith. So, this article tells why you should be steadfast and immovable in your walk with God.
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Eating For Life


Eating is an essential part of life. We cannot sustain life for long without eating, so it is important that we take the time to learn how to eat well in order to have the best life possible. Our views of eating and the eating practices we adopt will affect our lives and our health in significant ways in the months and years ahead. Eating well can literally change everything.


Eating can be both a blessing and a curse. Many people struggle with eating because they cannot keep it in balance. T

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Some women may have a difficult time in managing their anxieties and fears. In addition, a woman’s self-esteem and self-confidence can also suffer. As a result, here is a list of techniques a woman can use to help manage their fears and improve their self-confidence. The first step a woman must do is to learn effective techniques that will manage their fears and anxieties. A person can seek help from a professional and they can read some books to get some ideas on how to m...
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“A woman who is a crown to her husband…
C Cherishes her husband. (Titus 2:4)
R Reverences her husband. (Ephesians 5:33)
O Obeys her husband. (Titus 2:5)
W Waits on her husband to do him good. (Prov 31:11-12)
N Never nags her husband. (Proverbs 19:13; 21:9,19; 27:15)”

The Bible Knowledge Commentary says on Proverbs 12:4: “A wife of noble character is like a crown on her husband’s head, that is, her strength of character (ḥayil is lit., “strength”) makes her husband pro

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Brandy Fisher-Blood has joined Walt Disney Animation Studios as the head of Diversity & Inclusion Strategies and will report to Walt Disney Animation Studios President Clark Spencer.

Fisher-Blood will be responsible for overseeing diversity and inclusion efforts across Walt Disney Studios and will serve as the primary strategic consultant to Walt Disney’s business leaders, HR partners, and creative leaders including directors, producers, and production leadership.

She will al

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Daily Devotional: Forgive Them

by Ken Barnes  

 They went on stoning Stephen as he called on the Lord and said, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit!” Then falling on his knees, he cried out with a loud voice, “Lord, do not hold this sin against them!” Having said this, he fell asleep.”  (Acts 7:59-60 NASB)

Stephen prayed this prayer just as Jesus had done on the Cross.  These may be two of the most powerful and purest requests ever made of God.

A prayer of forgiveness is always against human nature.  It is normal to want to give

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Minnesota’s first Black-owned juice bar was broken into overnight, forcing it to close just days after its grand opening.

Catiesha Pierson, the owner of The Dripping Root, had to do what no small business owner wants to do on Friday, sending customers away as she focused on cleaning up after an early morning break in.

“I’m not going to let something like that ruin my shine or happiness for the amazing thing that’s been built and surrounded by community,” Pierson told FOX 9.


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Southern Baptists in Nashville for the denomination’s 2021 annual meeting heard a strong plea for gospel unity from Dallas pastor Tony Evans. The author of several books focused on God’s kingdom kicked off the 2-day Send Conference held prior to the business meeting. The conference, sponsored by the North American and International Mission Boards, also featured worship artists CeCe Winans, Michael W. Smith, and Crowder.

Evans started with message with an extended football metap

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by louis verges  


What makes you a leader?
Is it your gift to teach, your gift to preach or the charismatic way that you present yourself?
Maybe it's your flashy business card, your awesome website or the fact that your videos have been seen on the internet so many times.
Is this what makes a true leader?
No, what makes a true leader is the heart to serve. Not serve oneself, but serve others.
I find that in my daily Christian walk, I've encountered more titles than leaders, this is a very sad

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Mawa Theatre Company, left to right: Gabrielle Brooks, Maisey Bawden, Danielle Kassaraté and Jade Samuels. Photograph: Gabriel Mokake Photography/Mawa Theatre Company

The team behind the UK’s first all-black, all-female Shakespearean theatre company say it is planning to re-examine some of the Bard’s most famous works from a black female perspective and make him accessible for a new generation.

The Mawa Theatre Company was launched by actors Maisey Bawden, Gabrielle Brooks, Dan

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Daily Devotional: The Grouch


by PamFord Davis  


‘You made my day!’


I want to have a sweet spirit.


Nobody wants to be around a grouch.


Sesame Street’s Oscar the Grouch is a well known fictional character.


I wonder if the creator had someone in mind.


Did he search the Scriptures?


Was Nabal on his mind?


David’s men made a reasonable request. The grouch refused.


“When David’s young men came, they spoke to Nabal in accordance with all these words in David’s name; then they waited. But Nabal answered David’s s

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