Caring about physical appearance, within itself, is not a bad thing. After all, God wired us to long after and enjoy physical beauty. But we live in a world that says who you are is how you look. We have become so preoccupied with physical appearance, wealth, power, and status that we now let these ..
Esther, Part 1
by John Ortberg
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The good news about the Internet is that it can make us all smarter, richer, better connected, and well informed. However, there are some challenges connected to cyberlife. There are four new dynamics that the Internet brings that potentially threatens authentic community. 1) You can be whoever ..
Facing New Realities, Part 1: Life.com
Before the birth of Willow Creek Community Church in 1975, the youth ministry that pre-dated the church made strong use of the arts - song, drama, multimedia and dance. The arts were incorporated into Willow Creek's services and have been a part of them ever since. The right use of the arts in the ..
From the Beginning, Part 2: Unleash the Arts
by Nancy Beach
by Bill Hybels
"When you see God, you see yourself for who you are and you see the distance between His holiness and our imperfection and then you see the cross, you see Jesus on the cross and you say, 'I get it. He took the punishment for my sin so that I could be reconciled to a holy God.' "You see Christ for who ..
Greatest Sermon in History, Part 18: Spiritual Eyesight
Risk It, Part 2: Modesty in an MTV World
by Gene Appel
Some of us are very concerned with what we put into our bodies. But are we as concerned of what we put into our minds? Cognitive psychology says that the single most important shaper of the way we are is the way we think. Further, the law of exposure says our minds will think about what we are exposed ..
Truths That Transform, Part 8: Think Excellent Thoughts
VOX, Part 1: Using Rock and Roll to Save Lives
by Justin Dillon
by Jarrett Stevens
What Jesus Would Say To...Madonna
by Lee Strobel
"If you want to spot counterfeit Christianity, you need to study this book. Don't just own one. Don't just peruse one. Don't just be a casual consumer. Study the Bible in-depth so that distorted teachings won't lead you astray. "And bottom-line: I think that's what Jesus would say to Oprah, too. "In ..
What Jesus Would Say To...Oprah Winfrey
"To Jesus, unless we're motivated by love, the kind of love that a Christ-changed heart expresses more and more of over time, then whatever we say or do ultimately lacks merit. That is very challenging, isn't it?"Jesus might say, 'Rush, let's talk for a few moments about the way in which you're speaking ..
What Jesus Would Say To...Rush Limbaugh