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July 5, 2017

Study Guides Visit to read and download hundreds of tools to help you with: Studying Learning with others Classroom learning Online learning Project management Presentations Problem solving Writing and vocabulary Test preparation and taking Reading and research and more July 5, 2017

For Chicago Students

July 3, 2017

Chicago Undergraduate and Moody Theological Seminary Students What does a visit to the Writing Center look like?  Each session is tailored to your needs. For example, depending on your goals and deadline, our tutor may help you plan your paper, help you review your argument, or show you ways to improve your writing's clarity. Keep in mind... July 3, 2017

The Green-Eyed Monster Called Jealousy, Part 1

January 28, 2021

Treasured Truth

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In his writing, Shakespeare referred to jealousy as a “green-eyed monster”—and as Pastor Ford will point out today, that is a very fitting analogy.  Jealousy can have many negative effects and if we’re not careful, it can destroy us. 

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  • Relationships January 28, 2021

Question and Answer

April 1, 2018

I have always thought that the term character referred to a fictional person, such as a character in a play or novel. But many Christian teachers and writers use this term to refer to real people in the Bible. I really don’t understand why. I’ve even noticed it in Today in the Word. Why do we not refer to the real people in the Bible as historical...

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Treasured Truth Weekend - The Green-Eyed Monster Called Jealousy, Part 1

May 15, 2021

Treasured Truth

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In his writing, Shakespeare referred to jealousy as a “green-eyed monster”—and as Pastor Ford will point out today, that is a very fitting analogy. Jealousy can have many negative effects and it can destroy us, if we’re not careful. Learn more about how to combat jealousy on today’s Treasured Truth.

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  • Sin
  • Temptation May 15, 2021

Estate Planning Webinars: A Conversation with Joe Ibatuan - Jim Coakley: Punishment Fits the Crime

March 26, 2021

Ken and Deb Mornings

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Do you have an estate plan? Is an estate plan only for those with significant resources? What are some strategies for maximizing Kingdom impact with your final act of stewardship? We explore estate planning with Joe Ibatuan, Director of Planned Giving Stewardship at Moody Bible Institute. Joe walks us through some of the important decisions... March 26, 2021


June 30, 2017

Academic Records and Registrar The Office of Academic Records is committed to serving you, our students, and providing timely responses to your academic needs and questions. In addition to maintaining academic records for every student, we provide advising services to help you determine and plan the direction of your educational program. We... June 30, 2017

The Gospel in Dickens

December 22, 2021

Chris Fabry Live

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The Gospel in Dickens. That’s our topic on Chris Fabry Live. You’ll hear from a fluent Dickens scholar who will talk about some of his most famous stories. In spite of his own failings, or, perhaps because of them, Charles Dickens never stopped exploring the themes of sin, guilt, repentance, redemption, and restoration found... December 22, 2021


July 3, 2017

Internships Students on the Michigan campus should begin by contacting the Associate Dean of Student Services (Dr. Paul Wilson), who works in coordination with the Director of Field Education; this should be done before any documentation is submitted.  1. Field Education 2015-2016 2. Welcome Letter 3. FE-6600 6601-6616 4. FE-6617-6632 5. Internship... July 3, 2017

Question and Answer

January 1, 2019

Why are the words of Paul considered Scripture, and does he contradict the words of Jesus? Question and Answer The 13 epistles written by the apostle Paul most certainly are Scripture, breathed out from God through the human author without error. The apostle Peter recognized Paul's writing at Scripture within one of his own letters: "Our...

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