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Honoring The Lord With Unpleasant Praise

  I found myself thinking last night about differences between expressions of praise that are beautiful and crafty, and those that are clumsy and seemingly uninspired. Naturally I’m drawn to the former and sometimes tolerate the latter. I can appr …

Science Confirms Biblical Wisdom on Mentoring

  Again and again, it seems, scientific discoveries align with what the ancients knew was true simply by reading their parchments. And today’s “Upside of Aging” story in the Wall Street Journal is another one of those times. Titus 2 says the older …

The New Face of the Abortion Debate

  An article on Time.com, titled 1 Woman At A Time, talks in detail about the rising number of crisis pregnancy centers in America. The centers — which counter places like Planned Parenthood because they do not offer abortions or birth control — …

Anti-Valentine’s Day Cards

  I was browsing through Valentine’s Day cards yesterday and noticed two things: 1) A surprising number of cards were pretty raunchy and 2) you can actually buy anti-Valentine’s Day cards if you wish to shun the holiday instead of celebrate it. I …

World’s Worst DTRs

You think you’ve had some bad DTRs? Not as bad as these guys: Have some friends who might get a kick out of the video? Then go ahead and pass it along to them!  

Are Our Prayers Too Trivial?

That’s the subject of a recent blog from syndicated columnist Cal Thomas on Washingtonpost.com’s On Faith. He says that Americans have “trivialized and materialized” prayer by praying for sports victories and riches. Ultimately, he says, prayer is for …

“I’m 97 percent sure I like you”

In recognition of Valentine’s Day, we’re gearing up to publish three articles this Thursday on “defining the relationship.” Here’s an excerpt from one of the articles, written by Suzanne Hadley: During college my friend Julie began getting to know Nate …

Single By Circumstance

  We get an occasional letter or two from our readers questioning Boundless’s view of singleness. I responded to someone recently who was in a “rage” about it. Some of them — mainly women — are frustrated with our perceived “singleness is bad” m …

Is an Age Difference Okay?

When I began my third decade as a single, being part of a singles group where most of the women were in their 20s, I found myself thinking about when a gap in age between a man and a woman becomes “too much.” I searched the Scriptures. I asked for coun …

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