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Dialogue with God Through Loving our Neighbor

I grew up near Paris, France, as an atheist. I became a scientist, doing research in artificial intelligence in the 1990s.

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Dialogue with God: Prayer Through Scripture

The devotionals of the coming five weeks encompass prayer as a living dialogue with God. Each week will focus on one aspect, and then you’ll be invited to practice that during the week.

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Why I Cannot Identify as a Gay Christian

I am tempted by same-sex attractions.

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Do You Want to be Made Whole? Jesus' Restoration of All Things

Every miracle of Jesus had a spiritual, emotional, and physical effect. In some cases, people came to the Lord for healing from diseases, and He proclaimed salvation upon them.

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A High Standard for God's People

Michelangelo, the master artist, was a teacher with lofty goals. He corrected the work of his students by sketching the scene a pupil was trying to portray. His skillful work was placed beside that of the learner.

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Sexual Violence: An Interview with Rebecca Sukanen

HT: The Nazarene Manual speaks out against sexual violence in many forms (including rape, sexual assault, sexual bullying, hateful speech, marital abuse, incest, sex trafficking, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, bestial

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Marriage: There is More at Stake Than You Think

“It’s not a big deal.” My neighbor spoke those words with conviction as we chatted over the fence, and then she walked back to her house. Her relationship with her live-in boyfriend was over.

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Faithful Love, Revealed and Embodied

Love and faithfulness, if they are to have any real meaning, cannot exist merely as abstract notions or disconnected, idealized sentiments.

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