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  • 7 Signs to Tell if Someone is Tracking Your iPhone May 9, 2022
    Stalkers can use your iPhone to track your whereabouts or snoop on your personal information. Tracking your iPhone location using GPS on your phone may appear to be innocent, but hackers can use this location data to learn where you live, your buying patterns, where your children go to school, and much more. They can… […]
    Lauren May
  • How To Stop Sharing Location on iPhone Without Them Knowing? [Visual Guide] May 2, 2022
    There will be times when you want to leave home without anybody noticing, whether you are running errands, going to the park, or simply driving into the country to have some alone time. You may stop sharing your location with friends and family by following a few simple steps on your iPhone. This article will… […]
    Alexandru Tanase
  • 5 Best Ways to Read Text Messages Online [iPhone / Android] April 25, 2022
    Did you lose your phone and want to recover your messages online? Are you just more comfortable using the computer and want to read your text messages online rather than picking up the phone every time it dings? Or maybe you just want to monitor your child’s messaging habits to ensure they stay safe. Whether… […]
    Lauren May
  • 5 Best Apps to Find Location By Phone Number [Free] April 16, 2022
    A phone tracker app allows you to trace the whereabouts of a mobile device. The app can help you recover a lost or stolen phone or tablet. The program can also be used to monitor your children’s whereabouts. You can check the location of the child’s mobile device as well as other information such as… […]
    Lauren May
  • How to Create an Apple ID for a Child? [And How to Monitor it] March 31, 2022
    Your child might want to set up their own Apple ID for their Apple devices, and it might make sense for you to allow them to do that. An Apple ID is the account that you use to interact with Apple devices when it comes to downloading apps and things like that. In terms of… […]
    Alexandria Ingham

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  • Zondervan Expands Premier Collection Bibles to Include NASB 2020 Text May 12, 2022
    The New American Standard Bible in the NASB 2020 text translation is now included in HarperCollins Christian Publishing’s top-quality leather bound Premier Collection of print Bibles (website). [Read the New American Standard Bible (NASB) in the 2020 text translation on Bible Gateway] The New American Standard Bible (NASB) 2020 Thinline Premier Collection Bible (Zondervan, 2022) […]
    Jonathan Petersen
  • How to Live the Bible — Proclaiming Something New May 11, 2022
    This is the two-hundred-eighth lesson in author and pastor Mel Lawrenz’ How to Live the Bible series. If you know someone or a group who would like to follow along on this journey through Scripture, they can get more info and sign up to receive these essays via email here. [Jesus] said to another man, […]
    Mel Lawrenz
  • How to Discover and Use Your Spiritual Gifts May 9, 2022
    By Christopher Reese One of the most exciting things about being born again as a follower of Christ is learning what your spiritual gift(s) is, and then putting it or them to use. In this article, we’ll explore what spiritual gifts are, the various kinds of gifts, and how you can discover yours. Next, we’ll […]
    Guest Post
  • Four Biblical Mothers to Remember (and Lots of Devotions for Moms) May 6, 2022
    We hope you’ll take some time this weekend to pay respects to your mother—or if that isn’t possible, to somebody in your life who embodies the grace and wisdom we associate with godly mothers. We’ve put together a list of four famous moms from the Bible, along with a list of some of our best […]
    Jonathan Petersen
  • Weekly Brief – Week of May 1, 2022 May 6, 2022
    Read this week’s Bible Gateway Weekly Brief newsletter ⇨ Bible Gateway Weekly Brief ⇨ Newsletter signup ▼ Support Bible Gateway—Find the Resources You Need At: ⇨ FaithGateway Store ⇨ Christianbook.com Order Resources in Bulk At: ⇨ ChurchSource ▼ ⇨ See Bible News Roundup weekly posts Get biblically wise and spiritually fit. Become a member of […]
    Jonathan Petersen

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  • The Fierce Struggle May 16, 2022
    In 1896, an explorer named Carl Akely found himself in a remote section of Ethiopia, chased by an eighty-pound leopard. He remembered the leopard pouncing, trying “to sink her teeth into my throat.” She missed, snagging his right arm with her vicious jaws. The two rolled in the sand—a long, fierce struggle. Akely weakened, and […]
    Winn Collier
  • Monkeying with the Cosmos May 15, 2022
    In the early 1980s, a prominent astronomer who didn’t believe in God wrote, “A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a super-intellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as with chemistry and biology.” To this scientist’s eye, the evidence showed that something had designed everything we observe in the cosmos. He added, “There […]
    Tim Gustafson
  • The Gift of Repentance May 14, 2022
    “No! I didn’t do it!” Jane heard her teenage son’s denial with a sinking heart, for she knew he wasn’t telling the truth. She breathed a prayer asking God for help before asking Simon again what happened. He continued to deny he was lying, until finally she threw her hands up in exasperation. Saying she […]
    Amy Boucher Pye
  • Finish Strong May 13, 2022
    As I enter the final few minutes of my forty-minute workout, I can almost guarantee that my instructor will yell out, “Finish strong!” Every personal trainer or group fitness leader I’ve known uses the phrase a few minutes before cool down. They know that the end of the workout is just as important as showing […]
    Katara Patton
  • Walking by a Blessing May 12, 2022
    In 1799 twelve-year-old Conrad Reed found a large, glittering rock in the stream that ran through his family’s small farm in North Carolina. He carried it home to show his father, a poor immigrant farmer. His father didn’t understand the rock’s potential value and used it as a doorstop. The family walked by it for […]
    James Banks