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In the best possible way, Christianity is a lot like a virus. It has been spreading for over 2,000 years. But today, the version we're spreading looks a lot more like a vaccine, and that's a huge problem.

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Easter Songs - Episode #276

Remembering the sacrifices made for us and the miracle of the empty tomb on this Easter weekend with songs by Josh Garrels, Page CXVI, Caroline Cobb & many more.

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Twitter’s New Design and Features

Twitter is changing.  The blue bird is rolling out a new design and new features that actually look similar to Facebook’s Timeline.  While you may not have the new style yet, here is a look at what’s going to be different.

New header image.  The old header and background images will be gone, to...


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The Resurrection

Jesus' resurrection is the foundation of our Christian faith.We celebrate it every Easter. Yet many people have tried to explain away the resurrection by offering alternate theories of what really happened. But it's not a choose your own ending kind of story. Christianity stands or falls on the...

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Risen Indeed

Jesus died to pay for our sins, but why is his resurrection from the dead so important? You’re invited to experience how our Savior conquered sin, death, and Satan for us all on this week’s Kids Corner.

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“It is finished.” This three-word sentence may be the most important sentence ever uttered. We can understand more about its meaning by considering it in Greek, the language of the New Testament. In Greek the entire sentence is only one word. Even more interesting is that the tense of the word signals an action completed in the past with an ongoing effect in the present. In other words, Jesus is saying that something’s been completed and that it has meaning for us still today.

So what has been finished? The Bible provides at least two answers....

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Spiritual Nurturing: Resurrection Still

Sunday, I rose early.  Easter was long past and there was little to prepare.  My family was still asleep as I nudged the coffee pot awake and straightened the kitchen while it began to brew.

I love the quiet.  Warm mug in hand, I sat in the living room watching the sun rise over the trees all around.  The orange-pink light gave a glow to all the world, making it seem brand-new, alive again,...

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The Easter Story, Part 2

Easter is the most important Christian holiday. But why? Today, Spotlight finishes the story behind this holiday.

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A New Leader with a New Career at Kids Corner

01.31.2014 A New Leader with a New Career at Kids Corner

Ron VandenBurg has some big shoes to fill, but he says he has the feet (figuratively speaking) to fill them.

Ron joined the ReFrame Media team just after the New Year as Senior Producer of Children’s Ministry, taking over the reins of Kids Corner.

For those who aren’t familiar with Kids Corner,...

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From Couch Potato to Spotlight English Language Club Missionary

09.19.2013 From Couch Potato to Spotlight English Language Club Missionary

Have you ever felt called to missions, but circumstances don’t allow you to travel overseas? Now anyone with Internet connection can reach out and share Christ’s love through Spotlight English Clubs (SEC) on Skype!

SEC volunteer coordinator, Jan, launched the Skype club concept in March 2012, and...

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