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A Change of Affection: A Gay Man’s Incredible Story of Redemption By Becket Cook My brother is gay and lives an open homosexual lifestyle as a successful drag queen in Hollywood, CA. Given my love for my brother and my personal convictions on his lifestyle, I was immediately intrigued when I learned about a book […]

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Sex, Jesus, & the Conversations the Church Forgot By Mo Isom If you want to give the snoopy airplane passenger sitting next to you or the casual bystander walking past you a chance to throw you a double take, cause judgment or strike up an interesting discussion, then Sex, Jesus, & the Conversations the Church Forgot by […]

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This salad is a healthy side dish to bring to any gathering but can also be made into an entrée when adding grilled chicken, cooked chickpeas, or seasoned tofu (try drizzling your protein of choice with balsamic reduction, too!*). I personally look forward to eating this salad alongside a picnic dinner while attending outdoor concerts […]

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As followers of Christ, we know we are to love our neighbors like we love our self (Matthew 22:39), but this is easier said than done. Especially in a nation with polarizing opinions, beliefs and values, hate is typically the response of choice even though love and acceptance are desired by most.  It’s challenging, I […]

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Why Social Justice is NOT Biblical Justice: An Urgent Appeal to Fellow Christians in a Time of Social Crisis By Scott David Allen We’re living in a time where things, ideas, concepts and movements sound or look good. They’re presented in an appealing, accepting, loving and hopeful way. They’re perfectly packaged to accommodate a certain narrative, combat a particular argument or […]

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Mama Bear Apologetics: Empowering Your Kids to Challenge Cultural Lies By Hillary Morgan Ferrer with Julie Loos, Hillary Short, Teasi Cannon, Rebekah Valerius, Cathryn Buse, and Alisa Childers When I lived in the Dallas-Fort Worth area years ago and was a member of The Village Church, my pastor, Matt Chandler, would often refer to the […]

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