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How Do We Live With Conviction?

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Our Inner Life

In his book The Selfless Way of Christ, Henri Nouwen points to three great temptations of upward mobility: the desires to be relevant, spectacular, and powerful. Amidst the busyness of society and pressures to obtain success, it can be easy to lose sight of what's most important. Denver Seminary Chancellor

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Courage

Over the last year, headlines and media images show Christians around the world suffering tremendous sacrifice because of their faith. C.S. Lewis once said, "courage is the form of every virtue at its testing point." In unprecedented times and amidst many uncertainties about the future, courage is perhaps needed

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Fierce Convictions

Why should our deepest beliefs compel us to action? Maya Angelou called courage the most important of virtues. Lesser-known but equally influential in her age is Hannah More, poet, abolitionist, and reformer from the 1800s. Like Angelou, More's extraordinary legacy is marked by her unordinary courage. In her book Fierce

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Imagining the Kingdom

Christians often use the word “kingdom” without a complete understanding of what the term actually means. James K.A. Smith argues that the kingdom is the reality where God’s rules govern and God’s precepts reign. In this imaginative talk, Smith envisions a world where the kingdom is visible

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