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22
Jan
2017

Jump Overboard In Faith

by Kerry and Chris Shook

Simon Peter has been criticized over the years for his brash personality, his denial of Christ...

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15
Jan
2017

Hope Is Essential

by Holly Wagner

A few years ago, Philip and I toured the ancient catacombs of Rome where thousands of early Christians are buried. As an expression of faith, when a believer died, a Christian symbol was carved into the marble tombstone...

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08
Jan
2017

How to Catch a Lot of Fish

by Robert Morris

My son James has always been an avid fisherman, ever since he was a young boy. He's in his thirties today and busy with responsibilities at work and in family life...

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01
Jan
2017

We Have To Go Through

by Christine Caine

When I'm caught in heavy traffic, I get excited when I remember a shortcut. It's such a great feeling to jump off the interstate, hit a few side roads, and pass all those cars stalled in the rush-hour standstill...

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25
Dec
2016

Christ Our Deliverer

by Randy Robison

Christmas can be difficult for many people. Loss, loneliness, financial pressure, family division, and other stresses seems to magnify at a time when we are supposed to be celebrating a season of hope, joy, and peace...

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18
Dec
2016

While walking through the halls at our church after a New Year's service, I passed a guy I knew and asked him a typical New Year's question: "What do you think this year's going to be like?" ...

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11
Dec
2016

Can Do

by Liz Curtis Higgs

In February 1943 a poster appeared on the walls of Westinghouse Electric to encourage women who'd been hired during the war effort. It was used only in-house and was gone after two weeks...

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04
Dec
2016

A Dream Within A Dream

by Mark Batterson

In the summer of 1896, twenty-five-year-old Orville Wright contracted typhoid fever. For several days he was in a near-death delirium. It would be an entire month before he could sit up...

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27
Nov
2016

Stand for Truth

by Dr. David Jeremiah

In his famous Harvard commencement address, Alexander Solzhenitsyn said, "A decline in courage may be the most striking feature that an outside observer notices in the West in our days." ...

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20
Nov
2016

You're an Heir

by Susie Larson

When life gets hard, or we're not performing like the Christian we feel we should be, we see ourselves at the beggar's table, hoping for a few scraps, thinking we deserve only that much. We tend to shy away from bold prayer...

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