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What Makes a “Good Movie”?

Whether you deem a movie to be “good” or not depends on your definition. It also depends on your approach to movies. Read about the five main approaches to film watching in the Christian world, ranging from an abstinence mindset to seeing films as dialogue-starters or even “divine encounters.” Also, Ken discusses questions of agenda and worldview as they relate to films.

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Who Does God Say I Am?

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Below is a list of biblical affirmations about our identity in Jesus Christ that is derived from a few selected passages in the New Testament. This is just a portion of the many truths about who we have become through faith in God’s Son, but it is a powerful inventory to review from time to time.

I am a child of God.

But as many as received Him,

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Some Principles for Managing Time

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As if you could kill time without injuring eternity. —Henry David Thoreau

Following are three key principles to help you start to use and manage your time well. (Note: It’s helpful if you read my article “Thoughts on Time” first.)

#1 The Principle of Perspective

The eternal gives meaning to the temporal. If we want our lives to count for God,

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