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Does it Matter to God What I Think?

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Black Coffee and Christianity

TGC Council member John Onwuchekwa and his partners have started a booming coffee business with a purpose. more

My college tried to stop me from speaking about religion. Now, we’ll meet in the Supreme Court.....

I grew up hearing from my mother and father about the freedom enjoyed in America. They had come here from Nigeria, seeking new opportunities in a new land. My parents raised my siblings and me to … more

Our burning thirst for God is what brought down Communism — and it’s what will help us endure dark times to come...

During several long stays in Poland, I heard many stories about life under communism. Fascinated by these first-hand accounts, it was hard to wrap my mind around what my friends had lived through. … more

Will Catholics ever return to Mass? No, not like before. So here’s what we need to do next.....

The question that currently hovers over every chancery and rectory in America is this: will they ever come back? Will the Catholic Church in America see a return to pre-2020 numbers, which were … more

Welcome to “ordinary time”...

Welcome to the wearing of the green, green vestments that is. The weeks of the year outside of seasons such as Advent, Christmas, Lent, and Easter are termed “ordinary time.” It’s a rather … more

Logos Tech Tip: 2 Unbelievably Simple Tools to Cultivate Spiritual Health

In Emotionally Healthy Spirituality, Peter Scazzero lists 10 characteristics of emotionally unhealthy spirituality, including “Doing for God, instead of being with God.” The sad truth is that we … more

“She will come” — The supernatural power of Our Lady’s name against the gates of Hell...

It was a very tough case. The young woman was possessed by hundreds of demons with Satan himself personally leading them. But the more difficult the case, the stronger the graces God gives. In this … more

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Pope Francis to receive coronavirus vaccine “as soon as it is available”...

Pope emeritus Benedict XVI will receive the coronavirus vaccine as soon as it is available, his personal secretary said Tuesday. more

Vatican announces Ash Wednesday modifications to expedite distribution of ashes amid pandemic...

The Vatican gave guidance Tuesday about how priests can distribute ashes on Ash Wednesday amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments … more

Remember, Christian, that you have been baptized into Christ, the Holy Spirit rests on you, and the Father acknowledges you as His beloved child.....

Who indeed conquers the world? If the rioters at the Capitol this week or the rioters from this summer had succeeded, if they had prevailed and conquered, would they find peace in this world? History … more

Rumors were flying yesterday that the Pope had been arrested during a ‘Vatican blackout.’ This CNA explainer cuts through the baloney... ...

On Jan. 10, a website called the Conservative Beaver published a report headlined “VATICAN BLACKOUT: Pope arrested on 80 count indictment for Child Trafficking, Fraud.” The article was widely … more

God Works Things Out for Our Good

“And we know that all things work together for good to those who love God, to those who are the called according to His purpose.” Romans 8:28 The post God Works Things Out for Our Good can … more

An Opportunity and Gift

An Opportunity and Gift - Devotional on HOPE: “Put your hope in the Lord both now and forever.” Psalm 131:3 The post An Opportunity and Gift can be found online at Daily Devotionals by … more

Why does God allow us to experience difficulties and disasters?

The Faraday Institute's Dr Roger Abbott speaks to Christian Today about the relationship between God and suffering, and why the truth is so much better than what we may naturally be inclined to … more

Praying the Gospel (1 Timothy 2:1-4) - Your Daily Bible Verse - January 17

Sharing the Gospel is something all Christians are encouraged to do, but what about praying the Gospel? more

My experience of graduating into a Covid world

Graduating has seldom been easy. Jobs are hard to come by and the safety of studenthood dissipates almost immediately. Imagine graduating into a world near-paralysed by a pandemic. more

Why Do False Teachings Stand Out More Than the Truth?

Why Do False Teachings Stand Out More Than the Truth? more

Multifaceted Glory: What the Transfiguration Tells Us About Jesus

How a seemingly odd (and all-too-familiar) story reveals the dazzling glory of Jesus. more

Pray Like Jesus Sermon Notes

Pray Like Jesus Sermon Notes The post Pray Like Jesus Sermon Notes appeared first on Real Faith. more
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