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How Can We Use Our Habits to Align Us With Our Purpose?

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Six Practices of the Church: Formation

The way that we build character depends on how we approach even the littlest habits and moments of our days. When we form habits that are good, they build up in our lives in positive ways, and when we foster habits that are not good, they can slowly destroy us.

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Recovering The Ancient Practices

In the busyness of life today, many Christians lose sight of the disciplines, or practices, that keep them grounded. Participating in culture as salt and light demands an anchor point found only in the disciplined life. A few of these practices carry serious counter-cultural weight in a consumer-driven society.

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Freefall to Fly

The rise of depression and anxiety among women is at an all-time high—recent statistics show one in four women are on antidepressants. Co-founder of Q and the author of Freefall to Fly, Rebekah Lyons challenges us to stay even when we desperately want to break free. Through her own

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Our Secular Age

The term “secular” is perhaps overused when referring to government, schools, business and western culture in general. But is the secular something “out there?” Or are we all “secular” now? What’s changed? And is secularism the last word? Philosopher and theologian James K.A. Smith gives us context for

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Wisdom and Sabbath Rest

Leadership is stewardship—the cultivation of the resources God has entrusted to us for his glory. The Sabbath gives us both theological and practical help in managing one of our primary resources —our time. In Ephesians 5, Paul invokes the biblical concept of wisdom: “Be very careful, then, how you live

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