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The Victimization of Personal Responsibility

Has personal responsibility fallen victim to the “victimization industry”? It seems everywhere we turn someone is telling us we are a victim of something or someone–or that we may be if we’re not careful. It may be a noble cause to warn others of impending doom or rescue them out of their ...

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Who is the Alpha Male?

In today’s society, much has been lost about what it truly means to be a man. It has become an extremely competitive world and many men have been confused as to how to respond to life’s demands. In response, men inappropriately have tried to become alpha males, but what does ...

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Is Anger Sinful

Violence, abuse, neglect … could the underlying cause be anger? And if it is, does that make anger sinful? Does anger always cause bad behavior? We’ve all felt it: your heart rate quickens, your blood starts boiling, your face flushes, your teeth bear down hard, and your eyes grow wide ...

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To Sue or Not to Sue?

Earlier this week, news broke of a lawsuit between two Christian parties. A few more headlines come to mind, each involving devout Christians and lawsuits. All were—are—valid cases. Each deserves justice. Each voice needs to be heard. But is a lawsuit the answer? 1 Corinthians 6:1-6 says, “If any of ...

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How To Surrender the Past and Live in His Presence

We have all been down this road before: Everything is going good; it’s smooth sailing, and then out of nowhere, our past rises before us and shifts the focus from our current journey. Whether we are confronted with the sins we have committed, the injustices we have been put through, ...

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