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4 Bible Passages That Leave No Doubt About the Importance of Empathy

Empathy is woven deep into the fabric of Scripture. Virtually every instruction God offers regarding the way we’re to treat others begins with empathy. As we live in community, and seek to reflect Christ, it’s important that we continue to read the Bible and listen to the biblical definition of empathy. Here are four examples.

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30 Days to Understanding the Bible

Aug 2, 2018 |

Have you ever thought, “WOW! It’s way too complicated to learn the Bible. I simply don’t have the time to study, learn, and understand the Scriptures!” Well,  there IS a solution… And it only takes 15 minutes a day,  for one month! It’s the book 30 Days to Understanding the Bible. With a format that’s easy-to-follow, regardless of

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trust God

66 Reasons to Trust God

Let’s be honest. It can be hard to trust God when life becomes chaotic.  Maybe that’s where you are and you could use a gentle reminder of God’s faithfulness. If so, we have good news for you. God’s given us many examples of His trustworthiness in the Scriptures. Just open your Bible to any book

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Thomas Nelson’s NKJV Comfort Print®: Reflecting on the Literary Beauty of the New King James Version

Jul 16, 2018 |

Every Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print® Bible features the custom Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print Typeface. In order to tell the story of the new Thomas Nelson NKJV Comfort Print Typeface, we have to look first at the NKJV itself as a translation. The challenge we set for ourselves was to create a typeface that

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God loves us

How Do We Know God Loves Us?

Jul 16, 2018 |

The seeds of doubt were planted in the Garden of Eden. The serpent began his temptation of Eve with four devastating words: Has God indeed said …? He spoke the words with one purpose in mind: to separate us from God’s love. The words triggered feelings of uncertainty and confusion in Eve. They continue to

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Why Christ’s Resurrection Should Matter to You

There are a lot of questions about the resurrection of Jesus Christ in today’s culture.  Did it really happen?  When did it happen?  How did it happen?  Perhaps the most important question people should be asking is, “why does the resurrection matter to you and me?” Josh and Sean McDowell look to answer many of

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New Minister’s Bible Uniquely Equips Busy Pastors for Every Occasion, with Sermons, Readings, Outlines, and Prayers

May 2, 2018 |

Comprehensive resource, available in KJV and NKJV Comfort Print®, is the only Bible to contain the complete Nelson’s Minister’s Manual. Thomas Nelson is pleased to announce the release of the new Minister’s Bible, available in both the trusted King James and New King James translations. These beautiful and durable Bibles will help pastors and church

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Experience a Guided Journey Through Scripture with Pastor Jerry Vines in The Vines Expository Bible

Mar 22, 2018 |

Thomas Nelson is pleased to announce the release of The Vines Expository Bible with Dr. Jerry Vines. Featuring the beautiful and faithful NKJV™ translation, The Vines Expository Bible provides the opportunity for readers to be mentored by Dr. Vines’ wise Scriptural insights. Delivered in Dr. Vines’ characteristically warm style, each page helps readers build their understanding of the Bible.

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Dr. Charles F. Stanley and Thomas Nelson Celebrate 1 Million Bibles Sold

Dec 18, 2017 |

Millions of Lives Impacted by Renowned Pastor Stanley’s Life Principles. On Thursday, December 14, 2017, Thomas Nelson celebrated with renowned pastor Dr. Charles F. Stanley the millions of lives impacted by his ministry and by The Charles F. Stanley Life Principles Bible. Members of the Thomas Nelson publishing team, including Daniel Marrs, associate publisher, Nikki

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Leaders Build a Circle of Trust

Aug 8, 2017 |

Distinguishing truth from falsehood challenges people in positions of authority for several reasons: • Subordinates often pursue personal agendas. Some might filter the truth to further their own goals. • Subordinates often hesitate to tell their superiors bad news. • Subordinates may be reluctant to voice ideas or opinions that they think that their boss

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