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The piety of a patriarch

The piety of a patriarch

November 22, 2020  - By Leni B

When it’s all said and done, what do you want to be known for? Noah’s legacy reminds us of specific traits we should aspire for as believers

Learning to suffer together

Learning to suffer together

October 11, 2020  - By Dr. John Sypert

Our faith in Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross brings us into a family. And one thing good families do is share the joys and pains of life with each other

Waiting for the doors to open

Waiting for the doors to open

October 4, 2020  - By Leni B

Why you can take heart and be sure that God is moving and working most assuredly for good — even in the midst of uncertainty

Always on His mind

Always on His mind

September 27, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

What is the proof of God’s love? For one, you could freeze any moment in history or eternity — and you would find Him thinking of you

When the clock won’t stop

When the clock won’t stop

September 11, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

The years of our lives are not many. Soon, they will be cut off and we will, as the psalmist says, all fly away. Do we really want to leave with regrets?

Trusting God through confusion

Trusting God through confusion

September 4, 2020  - By Leni B

As Christians, we may have the desire to give the impression that we have the answer to all of life’s problems — but that's just dishonesty

His mercies in our misery

His mercies in our misery

August 7, 2020  - By Premilla Jacob

When God does not answer our prayers the way we expect, we often assume He has passed us by. We forget that He is not only our God, but also our Father

A tale of two mountains

A tale of two mountains

July 12, 2020  - By Leni B

Both Mount Sinai and Mount Zion picture covenants between a holy God and sinful man — but only one signifies Good News for all

Who are your Samaritans?

Who are your Samaritans?

June 7, 2020  - By Garrett Haley

Who have you mentally labelled as different or hopeless? The message of Jesus' famous parable holds true today too: we need to learn to love the 'other'

Rejoicing through a pandemic

Rejoicing through a pandemic

May 24, 2020  - By Godly John

Do you find your hope draining away? Are you unable to keep worry at bay? Philippians 4 reminds us why we can have peace — even joy — despite the storms

The speaking dead

The speaking dead

May 22, 2020  - By Elizabeth Abraham

A visit to a secluded graveyard is an unlikely place to find encouragement. And yet, the testimonies of those who went on before us have much to say today

Little is much when God is in it

Little is much when God is in it

May 8, 2020  - By Tom Horvat

It’s easy to be discouraged when we compare our resources and abilities with those around us — but that’s not how God measures things

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