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FIRST-PERSON: An ever-escalating identity crisis
A Christian's identity, Charles Patrick writes, is not defined by one's preferred coffee, clothing, blog, smartphone or political party, but is rooted in two words: "in Christ." Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Codfish & catfish
Tim Patterson recounts a lesson about life's difficulties that he learned from codfish and catfish. God's watchfulness for His followers, he notes, "keeps us alive, alert, fresh and growing." Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Are you OK with a warm fuzzy?
Knowing God's will involves "more than dipping your toe" in the Bible, Victor Lee writes. "Go deep. He's there with hope, answers, comfort, peace." Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Confidence in Christ
"If you don't have confidence in the Savior," David Jeremiah writes, "you cannot have confidence in your salvation." Read More
FIRST-PERSON: If you're not dead, God's not done
People who are harmed by the sins of others, or afflicted by their own sins, aren't disqualified from God's ultimate plan for their lives, J.D. Greear writes. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Doing what it takes
Victory, Doug Metzger notes, is a paramount word not just in athletic rigor but also Christian living. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: The God who speaks
Christians can have a unique experience with God, Randy Bennett writes, because He speaks to them. All the other gods in the world, he notes, do not speak to man. Read More
FIRST-PERSON: When your world gets turned upside down
When the battle between fear and faith erupts amid times of upheaval, Keith Shorter notes: "Fear fades when you put your hope in God alone." Read More
FIRST-PERSON: Whose approval do we seek?
Everyone wants to be approved in our families, among friends and at our jobs, David Jeremiah writes, while cautioning against elevating the approval of other people over the approval of God. Read More