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The Christian life begins with faith in God through believing in Jesus Christ, God's only begotten son, and progresses as one applies God's ways and truths to their own lives.

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Bible Teachings on Christian Life

Life is a never-ending series of choices. Can we know whether we are making the right decisions? I have good news -- God wants to speak to us, and...

Prayer is a two-way conversation with God. It is the most intimate relationship with the Creator you can have. In prayer, the depths of your spirit...

Finding a church that is right for you and your family is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. Ask the Holy Spirit for guidance,...

These selected inspiring Bible verses remind us of God's relationship with us, his plans for us and his mighty power. God offers us the only true way...

We’ve picked up the idea that thinking we’re worthless to God and others is the Christian thing to do, so we duck compliments and say things like, “I...

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Questions about Christian Life

Accepting Christ is the first step and a huge one! Not everyone has the same experience when they make the decision to follow Jesus, but all who...

I wondered, if we call God good when things go right, does it mean He’s not good when things go wrong?

Having done everything we can do, we still must realize that we are only doing what we should and that our righteousness--our sainthood--comes from...

When you come to Jesus Christ, you receive Christ into your heart. Jesus does not physically enter into your chest cavity and live there, but the...

The Bible says that we can tell if someone is a prophet by seeing if what he has said comes to pass (see Deuteronomy 18:22). That is a very pragmatic...

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Devotions about Christian Life

I wondered, if we call God good when things go right, does it mean He’s not good when things go wrong?

On this day, the risen Jesus has become the ascended Jesus – glorified with the beauty of His holiness and enthroned in the splendor of His majesty.

It is easy to avoid big sins, such as stealing or murder, but those little ones such as a bad attitude, jealousy, and unkindness are easy to...

When we are asked to die to ourselves and live in Christ, what does this mean? What does it look like?

Tony Evans shows three ways Christ can encourage us in our trials.

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Videos about Christian Life

Author and speaker Gene McGuire shares about receiving a life sentence without parole for a crime he didn't commit, and how he was released after 35...

Lead singer of the Christian rock group, Audio Adrenaline, discusses The Hands and Feet Project that provides family-style, residential care for...

Matthew Slater shares how he almost walked away from football and the revelation that his life was bigger than the game.

Author and Hillsong co-founder Bobbie Houston discusses God's call and anointing on woman and insights from her journey.

Author Mark Batterson discusses how to disciple men with the virtues of tough love, willpower, clear vision, and moral courage.

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Articles on Christian Life

Brandi Temple's apparel company began by chance in 2009, and quickly grew into a multi-million dollar business called Lolly Wolly Doodle. She shares...

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Rest in Jesus

It takes submission and surrender to settle down into God’s rest. Instead, many of us go through life feeling restless. 

Grammy-nominated singer Zach Williams shares how he came to know the Lord, and sings "Chain Breaker." 

Reason wants a logical explanation that will make sense out of something that has happened. Purpose offers us a hope that whatever has happened God...

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Slow Me Down, Lord

How will we truly rest in the Lord if we don’t slow down enough to focus on Him?

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