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Updated on October 10, 2018 by Pure Flix Staff

7 Christian Social Media Sites You Can Try Today

If you’re looking for alternatives to Facebook, Twitter or YouTube — or for new ways to express your faith on social media — this article is for you. We’ve assembled some of the best and most interesting Christian social media options for you to consider. From photo sharing to prayer apps, these Christian social network alternatives offer intriguing functionalities.

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Updated on October 3, 2018 by Billy Hallowell

12 Christian Children's Books Every Parent Should Consider

Christian children’s books are essential for parents looking to instill positive faith values in their kids. The below list offers a compilation of the best Christian kids books for you to consider — a mixture of devotionals, Bibles, and topical books aimed at teaching morals and biblical values.

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Updated on September 28, 2018 by Billy Hallowell

Here’s a Handful of Ways to Maintain a Biblical Worldview Today

It might seem insurmountable to build and maintain a Christian worldview in the modern era. But there are practical steps that a person can take to establish — and keep — a biblical worldview. From embracing true faith to taking daily steps to live beliefs out, espousing a Christian worldview is absolutely possible — even amid increased secularization.

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Updated on September 26, 2018 by Sarah Hartland

Abide: A Christian Meditation App Powered By the Bible

Chances are you or someone you know has recently taken interest in “mindfulness” and meditation. As a Christian, you may be wondering if these practices have merit, and if so, how you can implement them in your life. Digital apps that provide guided meditation are gaining traction due to their ease of use and availability. “Abide” is one such app, providing Christian meditation guidance based on the Bible. Before you download the popular app, here’s what you should know about Christian meditation and “Abide.”

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