Posts in Bible
Ayesha Curry teaches us that in the age of oversharing, transparency is not always best

We live in a day and age where everyone wants to tell their truth–to be open and to be heard. But this is not always the wisest route. Take the case of Ayesha Curry, wife of NBA player Stephen Curry, for example. Her recent revelations created chaos, drama, and widespread misunderstanding online.

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Feeling discouraged in your purpose? Dr. Tony Evans encourages leaders called to 'a small place'

Have you ever felt like you weren’t flourishing in your purpose and began to question whether God even called you in the first place? If so, Dr. Tony Evans has some words of wisdom for you. “You cannot confuse purpose with scope,” said the senior pastor of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship in Dallas, TX,

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We love the Word: African-Americans have higher levels of Bible engagement

A new State of the Bible survey by American Bible Society reveals that African-Americans have higher levels of Bible engagement than other groups in the U.S., showing a greater affinity for Scripture than most. 93% own at least one Bible in their homes.

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Everybody’s mad! 5 scriptures to help you keep your anger in check in an overly triggered society

It seems almost as if everybody’s mad, outraged, triggered, or up-in-arms about something these days. We quarrel incessantly over political views, theological perspectives, social issues and personal preferences. When does the quarreling, anger and rage cease?

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Keep it classy: Lady Serita Jakes says a ‘soft answer’ is best

The last time a person insulted you, what did you do? If you struggle to hold your tongue and your temper when someone is being less than kind, first lady Serita Jakes has some advice for you

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