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Do you think it's possible to be a Christian and also hold public office?
Billy Graham writes, "Over the years I have known a number of men and women who were devout Christians and who also held public office ..."
Why do men seem to have a harder time being serious about God than women?
Billy Graham writes, "Some men believe it is a sign of weakness to admit they need God, and they don't like to do this."
Every week, our pastor prays for the president, as well as for a better world. But I honestly wonder what good it does.
Billy Graham writes, "Yes, we live in a world that is filled with danger and evil—but if God's people neglected to pray, our world would be a much worse place."
I get very upset at the way some people in our church talk about our pastor. What can I do?
Billy Graham writes, "The most important thing you can do for your pastor is to pray for him—and encourage others to pray also."
My junior high students at church aren't interested in God. Am I wasting my time?
Billy Graham writes, "Pray regularly for those who are in your class, that God will give them a hunger for Christ. Pray also for yourself, that God will help you become an interesting and capable teacher."
Our church is getting ready to elect officers in a few months. What kind of people should we look for?
Billy Graham writes, "Study the Bible to see what it says about the responsibilities of church leadership, and what kind of people God wants to be officers in the Church."
I gave my life to Jesus, and I know I ought to be more humble. But how can I achieve this?
Billy Graham writes, "The first step is to realize just how dangerous and sinful pride is. Not only does it cut us off from other people (because no one likes an arrogant, proud person) but it also cuts us off from God (because we think we don't need Him)."
I run a small business with about a dozen employees. I became a Christian about two years ago and I want to run my business according to Christian principles but I'm not sure exactly what that means. Any suggestions?
"Use honest scales and honest weights," the Old Testament law declared (Leviticus 19:36). In addition, treat your employees the same way you would want to be treated.
Christ Exemplified ... Humility
We don’t go to church with a bib, waiting to be fed; rather, we go with an apron, ready to serve.
Waiting on God
Pastor Jim Cymbala recounts how God has used the Brooklyn Tabernacle to reach sin-ravaged people with the Gospel.
The Power of a Changed Life
Ben Carson is one of the top neurosurgeons in the world today. He is also a follower of Jesus Christ.
The Cost and Power of a Godly Life
Former Congressman J.C. Watts Jr. addresses Christian business leaders.
Forum for Christian Executives Focuses on Integrating Faith and Work
Business leaders learn ways that they can be ambassadors for Christ in the mission field of their workplace.
A Conversation With Truett Cathy
The founder of Chick-fil-A, Inc., a fast-food restaurant chain headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, believes that business people can be honest and successful at the same time.