An Author’s Untimely Passing and Some Laundry
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An Author’s Untimely Passing and Some Laundry

By Jennifer Redmond, Communications Director The passage of time is relentless. We know this reality, and yet we so often forget it, behaving as if time slows to our demands, as if by ignoring it, we can press “pause.” But, the delivery of some tragic news recently jolted me from this forgetfulness. In the middle...

What’s In a Name? Mara’s Story
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What’s In a Name? Mara’s Story

By Jordan Stafford Imagine being so dehydrated after only drinking coffee for three days straight that you change your name to “Dehydrated.” I don’t know about you, but only drinking coffee is 100% something that I might do. In fact, sometimes I feel that coffee is the fuel that motivates me to do just about...

Remember His Words
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Remember His Words

Written by Dorian Watson, M.A. “And they remembered his words.” Luke 24:8 ESV Our modern American lives can have us running around at a mind-numbing pace. Constantly jumping from one appointment to the next, meeting work demands, taking care of our families, and trying to maintain relationships with our friends can leave us worn out...

The Joy of Knowing
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The Joy of Knowing

Written by Danika Delello Psalm 54:4, “God is my helper; the Lord is the sustainer of my life.” When the Christians that I know go through trials, I hear many of them talk about how they find their comfort in the Lord. They tell me that even though their circumstances are painful, they find joy...

Love
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Love

By Fred Volk, Ph.D. In First Corinthians, the Apostle Paul describes what love is when he states unequivocally that no matter what we have gained in our lives in terms of accomplishments and material wealth, and no matter what we have done in our lives in terms of giving and service, that if we have...