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An Original Masterpiece, Irreplaceable in His World

I recently bought a vintage record player from the 60s, and to say that I have been a bit obsessed with my new purchase would be an understatement. Vinyl records truly amaze me, from the way they were...

Speak Truth in Love

I often hear people talk about hypocrites and how judgmental they are. They insist that we should be just like Jesus and only show love to everyone. I agree! In fact, I could not agree more! Jesus is...

Part I: Are you Biblically Qualified for Ministry?

All who sense God’s calling to ministry will be wise to consider the biblical requirements of a minister. Qualifications for ministers are listed in several New Testament passages including 1 Timothy...

theGathering: Vulnerable Acts of Worship

“Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest” (Matthew 11:28). On Tuesday evenings at Grand Canyon University’s Antelope Gym, hundreds of students gather to hit the pause...

Is All Sin Equal in God’s View?

Current wisdom tells us that all sin is equal in the eyes of God. Yet those of us who hold a Christian Worldview stubbornly turn to the Bible for insight into any topic. We choose to believe the Bible...

Preach the Word

In the fourth chapter of 2 Timothy, the apostle Paul charges his young protégé, Timothy, to carry out the chief duties of his office as an elder: “Preach the word; be ready in season and out of season...

Fewer and Better Goals

It has only been a week since we jumped into the New Year and perhaps you feel like you already broke some of your resolutions. But don’t worry, the year is not over yet! At times this happens because...

A Worker Approved by God

In 2 Timothy 2 Paul writes, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth” (2 Tim. 2:15, ESV). With only a few...

Five Simple ways to Stay Connected to Jesus in College

So many students struggle to live out their beliefs in the midst of university life. Even if you were raised in the church, new relationships, interests, causes and obligations can push faith to the...

Serve the City: The City in which you Live

As with any major city in the United States, economically depressed areas exist in Phoenix and outside the protective gates of Grand Canyon University . Even the smallest of things mean the world to...

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