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Learning to Love God's Word

I love coffee. Like… really love. We’re talking borderline coffee snob, here.  If you ever visit my apartment, this fact will go without saying. You’d probably notice the constant collections of mugs in the kitchen sink and shelves full of brewing equipment. The electric pot, the kettle, the Aeropress, the French press, the Chemex, the filters, the burr grinder, the beans…what …

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The Secret to "Spiritual": The Key Ingredient to Being Godly and Grace-filled

How’d They Do It? What is it? What is that one secret ingredient that has caused the most spiritual believers in existence to merit that description – of being truly “spiritual”? How were they so in tune with the invisible to cause them to live the life they lived? Of course, it probably looked a little different for every one …

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From Your Neighborhood to the Nations: Understanding How to Extend Our Influence

About the Author: Randy Curtis is a Bible Institute alumni (2006). Following his time as a student he joined the maintenance staff for one year, then was asked to work in Student Life as a Discipleship Coordinator for three years, which was a dream job. After marrying Kylie in 2012, they moved to Michigan for two years before returning to …

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Jesus Christ: The Breaker

Throughout the Old and New Testament, we read many different names for the coming Messiah. Dr. Tom Davis, the Academic Dean and  respected  professor at the Word of Life Bible Institute explores a lesser known Messianic Title, and the importance of its connection to other familiar words in the Bible. The Prophet Micah is a younger contemporary of Isaiah and …

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Answer Questions: What Is Prayer?

Picture this: There was once a good king’s servant who had been adopted into the royal family. He never asked his new father for what he needed, and so he remained in the tunic of a slave rather than the robes of royalty which the father longed to give him. This is the Christian who does not use the power …

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Take Heart: An Example Of A Stubborn Woman

I can be a really stubborn person. I’m fairly certain it has something to do with growing up the youngest in a family of all boys. You learn early on that “survival of the fittest” has less to do with Darwinism and more to do with competitive games with your older brothers. But I’m not complaining. It taught me that …