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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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13
Nov
2016

Push Through The Pain

by Robia Scott

I was having coffee by the beach one afternoon with a girlfriend who is an avid surfer. We were chatting about what it takes to confront our feelings and how the only way to is through. She got excited by the idea of dealing with emotions this way because she uses this identical principle to excel in surfing...

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06
Nov
2016

Better than a Bucket List

by Ann Voskamp

It's after dinner that I catch the replays on the news: footage of a tropical storm hitting hard in Haiti. Rain sheeting across a little, lithe Haitian boy running the wide-eyed and terrified, desperate for refuge from a storm bearing down...

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30
Oct
2016

What, Not Who

by James Robison

The older I get, the more significant each election seems to be. When believers approach an election, we must first understand what must be done before we can identify who can best help...

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23
Oct
2016

The Lesser of Two Evils

by Randy Robison

King Solomon is regarded in Christianity and Judaism as the wisest man to ever live. One story exemplifying his wisdom has become known...

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16
Oct
2016

The Accusation War

by Dudley Hall

Contrary to popular opinion there is a spiritual war going on right now. Those who mock that suggestion, thinking that spiritual reality is a myth reserved for the primitive ...

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09
Oct
2016

Purposed, Not Perfect

by Julie Lyles Carr

Prior to birth, his mother had settled into a life of childlessness, her sterility a popular topic of conversation among the locals. She and her husband had become accustomed to their quiet...

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02
Oct
2016

Confront Your Giants

by Francisco Contreras, M.D.

It is important to take a good, hard look at what you believe. Afterward you must confront yourself, and you must confront your giant -- your Goliath...

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