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Life to the Full: Globally, Part 2

Perhaps there is something in your life right now that you do not understand. Maybe it’s something intellectual like a doctrine, or a place of suffering and you aren’t sure why God would allow it. It is only through the lens of the cross and the resurrection, and ultimately heaven, through which everything can be understood.

The Weight of Darkness

A Word from Josh

With the information overload today, it's never been easier to keep the truth of God at a distance. It becomes just another piece of information we scroll past and ignore.

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Josh Moody (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is the senior pastor of College Church in Wheaton, IL., president and founder of God Centered Life Ministries, and author of several books including How the Bible Can Change Your Life and John 1-12 For You.


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GCL Articles

Reflections on an Evangelical Becoming a Papist

The word “papist” has a distinctly “anti-Catholic” ring to it, and if you are immediately turned off from reading the rest of this article because of that word in the title—well, I apologize. But I chose that word “papist” to make it clear that the issue is not evangelicals becoming catholics. Evangelicals already are catholics;…

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Reconsidering the Notion of “Justice” Within Evangelicalism Today

How do we define “Justice”? I have just finished a sermon series on the Book of Habakkuk. In that book, the prophet asks God two questions related to justice, and God answers each before the prophet is led to a prayer that culminates in joy. As I looked at the book, I of course asked…

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The Forgotten Virtue of Christian Unity

Among Bible believing Christians, “unity” has often had something of a bad rap. It often feels as if it is a somewhat soft, inadequate, and weak ideal that is used by others (the non-Bible believing) to advocate for theological downgrade. It certainly can be used in that way. I remember a cartoon from the ministry…

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