A woman peeked through the doorway into my office. “I’ve been walking past this church for months. I thought I’d stop in and see what goes on in here.” That was my introduction to Alice. I took her on a … Continue reading
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Is it possible that the same God who with a single word set the entire universe in motion, is interested in my everyday needs? Does He care about jobs and headaches, a lost dog, housing, broken hearts and dental work? … Continue reading
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This story has been published in several magazines and it remains a favorite because it illustrates how the Father embraces people, any time, any place, at any age. Nothing is an obstacle to him, not even debilitating illnesses like Alzheimer’s disease. LATE … Continue reading
Personal stories have impact. I heard one yesterday . . . visible flesh scrolled with tattoos, hair hanging in beaded strings, a man leaned his thin body into the camera and described his descent into a drug-induced hell. A slave to drugs, alcohol … Continue reading
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Sandra Nunn had grown to despise her husband, Ernie, and had given up any hope of reconciling with him. The couple lived in the same house in separate rooms, each refusing to leave. Their love for each other started to die … Continue reading
Crowds followed Jesus wherever He went. Some loved the way He spoke, with authority but without shattering their ear drums. He didn’t demand attention. He didn’t insult or bully people into listening to Him. Jesus’ listeners heard something in His … Continue reading
After crossing the lake from Galilee, Jesus came face to face with a man who was troubled by so many demons that he ran naked through tombs and graves cutting himself with stones. Jesus ordered the demons to leave the man. They did. … Continue reading
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Missionaries Jonathan and Rosalind Goforth arrived in China in March 1888. Their assignment to open a new field in the northern section of Honan province was a daunting one. The young couple struggled to learn the language, adjust to the climate … Continue reading
Isn’t it a miracle that something as squishy as water can float, not only human bodies, but ships as large as sky-scrapers? In nature, God teaches us about Himself Continue reading
Here’s a story from Nancy McKay, a woman who would’ve been a dancing and shouting participant in that first palm-waving celebration. Read her story and find out what makes Nancy a joyful woman. Continue reading
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