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What comes to mind when you think of Halloween—Pumpkins? Witches? Scary movies starring Jamie Lee Curtis? More than that, what should you think about it? You might wonder why we’re even asking this question. Isn’t it obvious that a holiday celebrating ghosts, vampires, zombies, and witches is clearly one that Christians ought to avoid? Maybe so. And maybe not. We wouldn’t be loving God with all our minds if we didn’t thoughtfully evaluate why we do or do not observe Halloween. By Sarah Ham...

AUTHOR(s): Hamaker, Sarah
PUBLISHER: Axis.org

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In A Spirituality of Living Henri Nouwen identifies 3 essential disciplines for maintaining a life of discipleship: solitude, community, and ministry. In solitude we learn to listen to God through prayer. We realize that we are beloved sons and daughters of God.In community we learn to celebrate, as well as to practice vulnerability and forgiveness.After we have experienced solitude and community, we feel God's call to minister to a hurting world. God empowers us to do amazing things.This enc...

AUTHOR(s): Henri Nouwen
PUBLISHER: Upper Room

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For Christians, Halloween is fraught with potential pitfalls and boogeymen, both real and imagined. Some feel strongly that Christians and Halloween should not mix at all, while others believe Christians can participate in the holiday with a clear conscience. Let's dive into some reasons why Christians may choose to celebrate Halloween. By Sarah Hamaker, Crosswalk.com Contributing Writer

AUTHOR(s): Hamaker, Sarah
PUBLISHER: https://www.crosswalk.com

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In this episode, Dr. Darrell L. Bock and David Bennett discuss his journey to faith and same-sex sexuality in the Church. Source: Dallas Theological Seminary

AUTHOR(s): apologeticsguy
SOURCE: DTS Voice

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"I am a recovering speed addict." Beginning with this confession, pastor and spiritual director Alan Fadling goes on to describe his journey out of the fast lane and into the rhythms of Jesus. Following the framework of Jesus' earthly life, Fadling shows how the work of "unhurrying" ourselves is central to our spiritual development in such pivotal areas as resisting temptation, caring for others, praying and making disciples. Here is a book that affirms that we are called to work and to d...

AUTHOR(s): Alan Fadling
PUBLISHER: InterVarsity Press

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