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How to Be Perfect

“Therefore you must be perfect.” That’s a lot of pressure! We need to hear clearly what Jesus is saying here, and what he’s not saying, and then we’ll be better equipped to follow his moral advice as well as come to him for the forgiveness we need when we fail.

Finding Hope in Crisis

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We want to help those who are struggling or who have questions during this pandemic. Offering a message of hope, Pastor Josh Moody brings perspective and teaches truth.

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This month at God Centered Life, we're offering a copy of Greg Laurie's Tell Someone for your gift of any amount. Taken from the life and witness of Jesus, and tested over Greg Laurie’s forty years of ministry, in both one-on-one experiences and large-scale evangelistic arena and stadium events, the ideas in this book are intended to mobilize every person in the church to “Tell Someone” about Jesus Christ.

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Meet Josh Moody

Pastor, Teacher, and Author

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

Some Theological Reflections on Christ and COVID-19

Why Did It Happen? Like you, I have seen a number of different theological comments about COVID-19. Why did it happen? Why did God allow it to happen? What sort of answer might Christians have to this crisis? Perhaps also like you, I have not found any of the theological reflections particularly satisfying. People seem to…

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5 Biblical Principles to Guide Leaders at This Time of Crisis

At times of unpredictability, some things remain predictable. People are still people. God is still God. The church is still the church. The Word is still powerful. Heaven is still real. Hell is too. We did not know the future with any more reliability five months ago than we do now; all that has changed…

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Big Church, Small Church: Does Size Determine Health?

by Josh Moody Nowadays, some feel that if a church is big it carries a greater risk of unhealth than if it were small. ‘Twas not ever thus. A few years ago, the reverse assumption pertained: many people assumed that if a church was big, then it was proof that it must be doing something…

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