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A Message to Millennials about Marriage

Millennials seem to have given up on marriage, but they are not entirely at fault. They are the children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of previous generations who weakened the institution by initiating "no fault" divorce and living together outside of wedlock. Here's why you, Millennial, should re-think your suspicion of the institution of marriage.

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16 Ways to Find a Wife According to the Bible

As a pastor, over the years I had my fair share of people approach me to find out if we were a "courtship" church or a "dating" church. The people invariably would tell me that their approach was "the biblical way." The following list has been floating around the world-wide-web and makes a very important point. So here it is: 16 ways to find a wife according to the Bible.

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Where Did Our Love for One Another Go?

Whether it has to do with politics, religion, or pop culture, the most common mode of communication nowadays seems to be hatred, and we see lots of biting and devouring even among fellow believers. As Christians interact with one another in the midst of a hostile world, they must remember the posture of our Lord when he was in the midst of being crucified.

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Are Short-Term Friendships Worth the Investment?

There are times in life when you may have to decide if you’re going to invest in a friendship or if you’re going to let the opportunity (and effort it takes) pass you by. We all have a limited amount of time and can therefore only keep up a select number of relationships well. Are short-term friendships worth the investment?

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What Is Mutual Submission and How Does It Apply to Marriage?

Is the increasing emphasis on “servant leadership” on the part of Christian husbands actually diminishing their authoritative role in marriage? What is Paul saying in Ephesians 5 about mutual submission and how does it apply to marriage for husbands and wives?

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