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Crossing the Faith Frontier (Part Three)

Crossing the Faith Frontier (Part Three)

Crossing the Faith Frontier Requires RESOURCES Forging into faith frontiers is never quick, cheap, or easy. The challenge of moving into unsettled territory centers on our perceived need for resources: “What will I eat, what will I wear, where will I sleep?” Or,...
Crossing the Faith Frontier (Part Four)

Crossing the Faith Frontier (Part Four)

Crossing the Faith Frontier Requires RELATIONSHIPS If you want to go fast, go alone. if you want to go far, go together! So often, in our imaginations of taking bold steps of faith, we see ourselves standing alone, going against the crowd—facing persecution, stepping...
Saying Yes to Truth

Saying Yes to Truth

Lies. We believe them, we repeat them, and we tell them. Have you ever wondered why we give ourselves over to something we know to be both harmful and wrong? We tolerate being lied to, and we actually like to tell the occasional untruth ourselves. Why? Could it be...
Life in the Zone

Life in the Zone

If you’ve ever watched the NBA basketball playoffs, you’ve doubtless been impressed by some superstar player, like Michael Jordan or LeBron James. At time you may have heard an announcer say, “Wow, he’s really in the zone!” When a player is in the zone, and that...
Obedience Is Rooted in Love

Obedience Is Rooted in Love

Revive editor Del Fehsenfeld interviewed Ryan Loveing, lead revivalist on one of Life Action’s church event teams, regarding why so many believers don’t obey Jesus even though they’ve claimed Him as their Savior and Lord. Del: The New Testament records Jesus asking...
Tired of Trying

Tired of Trying

In the process of raising four children, I’ve read a lot of children’s books. Among my favorites are the Frog and Toad stories by Arnold Lobel. In one memorable tale, Toad bakes cookies for Frog. Of course, then they can’t stop eating them. “What we need is...