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The Cure for Internet Venom: Let's Listen to Each Other
The Cure for Internet Venom: Let's Listen to Each Other

By: Michael Helms
Technology has done more to divide us than unite us. There is no substitute for knowing that someone really cares what you have to say and wants to listen to you say it, even if the person has an opposing view.

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Keeping Pride at Bay Can Be Tricky
Keeping Pride at Bay Can Be Tricky

By: David W.T. Brattston
The Bible is filled with verses condemning pride, yet the Apostle Paul spoke many times of his moments of pride. How do we reconcile this apparent contradiction? An early Christian scholar has the answer.

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Recognizing Subtler Forms of Pride in Your Life
Recognizing Subtler Forms of Pride in Your Life

By: Ron Rolheiser
We can spot the crass forms of pride, but not its subtler signs. Pride in a mature person takes the form of refusing to be small before God and refusing to recognize properly our interconnection with others.

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What "The Artist" Can Teach Your Church
"The Artist" tells the tale of a silent movie star who refuses to change when talkies become all the rage. How many churches today are doomed to fail because they won't change?
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Why Jesus Is Unimpressed with Your Title
Why Jesus Is Unimpressed with Your Title
Religious leaders may have earned certain titles, but Jesus had a strong warning for those who use titles for the purpose of lifting themselves above others.
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Think You're Free? We're All Enslaved to Something
Think You're Free? We're All Enslaved to Something
Whether it's sin or righteousness, we're all enslaved to something, the Apostle Paul wrote. As a nation, many of us are enslaved to pride, wrath, greed and envy. When will we become slaves to a nobler cause?
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God Stories: A Formula for Failure
What monuments are you building to satisfy your own pride? What monuments are we building as a church to satisfy our own pride?
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Echoes of Tower of Babel: Pride and Insignificance
Echoes of Tower of Babel: Pride and Insignificance
The builders of the Tower of Babel were consumed with overweening pride and a fear of insignificance. Both factors are evident in the construction of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the tallest building in the world.
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Not Grading on the Curve
Don’t we all need to come today – not like the Pharisee, with poisonous pride, but like the tax-gatherer, with brokenness and with contrite hearts, receiving the justification that comes from a spirit of humility and the acknowledgment of the need for a Savior.
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