Divorce—You can’t control choices others make

March 17th, 2012 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Divorce—You can’t control choices others make)

The final article in a series on Real Marriage—the truth about life together.

As stated last week: If God is ministering restoration in your spirit, wait for it; contend for it; pray fervently for it. “He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him” (Hebrews 11:6)…
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Practical Steps To Overcoming Pornography Part 2

November 26th, 2011 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Practical Steps To Overcoming Pornography Part 2)

Last week, I ended with a few practical suggestions to overcoming pornography; here are more (in addition to last weeks).

Become men and women of prayer. Men would live better if they prayed better. Porn cannot gain a stronghold in a broken, praying heart. If we’re too busy to cultivate a prayer life that places God first—we’re too busy. We’re often too busy because we’re doing too much. “When faith ceases to pray, it ceases to live” (E.M. Bounds). We must spend much time on our knees before God if we are to overcome addictions.
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Hope In The Midst Of Divorce – Broken, Yet unbreakable

February 26th, 2011 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Hope In The Midst Of Divorce – Broken, Yet unbreakable)

Part II in a series on divorce and remarriage.

With millions of Americans now classified as divorced and “newly single, the need to address this topic in a series of articles is unavoidable and necessary. In 1998 there were estimated to be over 19-million divorced adults; that number has grown substantially.
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Points to Consider Before Leaving Your Church – Part 2

January 8th, 2011 | Posted by admin in Articles - (Comments Off on Points to Consider Before Leaving Your Church – Part 2)

Over the next few weeks, I will revisit articles that drew the most feedback in 2010. Here is number two… In America today, a significant number of people are switching churches, or leaving altogether. I’ve found that judging “rightly,” as well as unwarranted criticism, both play significant roles.
Last week we concluded with point four:

4. Do you have a critical spirit? This could also translate into a cynical, or negative, attitude. If you do, you’ve already turned a deaf ear; it will be difficult to discern God’s leading.
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