07
Feb
2016

He Touched the Stretcher

by Rich Wilkerson, Jr.

Jesus saw the widow walking in the funeral procession and he approached her. Interestingly, the text says nothing about the woman's faith or lack of it...

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31
Jan
2016

Today, our nation and our world face monumental threats, including a languishing global economy and the plague of radical Islamic terrorism. But there is another threat that we often overlook...

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24
Jan
2016

You Be You

by Max Lucado

Everybody gets a gift. And these gifts come in different doses and combinations...

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17
Jan
2016

My Favorite Bears

by Justin Wren

Justin “The Viking” Wren is a professional Mixed Martial Arts fighter and missionary to the Pygmy tribes of the Congo. On November 1, 2014, he married Emily and the next year she went on her first ...

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10
Jan
2016

Whole In Sick Places

by Amber Haines

If you were to ask me what I understand about the purpose of church and the Sunday service, I would say it is to meet together to remember and ingest our shared ...

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03
Jan
2016

Next Right Step

by Shauna Niequist

I'm learning, slowly, a rhythm of feasting and fasting brings a rich cadence to my year. I use the word fasting loosely, as an opposite term to feasting...

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27
Dec
2015

Audacious Obedience

by Beth Moore

If you have a background of abuse like I do and have fallen victim to a colossal misuse of authority like I have, the thought of obeying anybody's "commands" may make your skin crawl...

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20
Dec
2015

The 12 Quotes of Christmas

by Randy Robison

Christmas tends to bring out the best and worst of everything – the joy, the pain, the excitement, the annoyances, and the blessings...

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13
Dec
2015

Several years ago I was ministering to a couple, and at first glance the two of them looked perfectly fine. But several "telling marks" had surfaced in their marriage and health, which is why they ...

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06
Dec
2015

Over the past few years, I have come to know Dale and Shoko Araki who lived in Tokyo, Japan. Both are university professors, teaching in separate universities...

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