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How should Christians understand war?

March 16, 2022  - By Dr. Scott Shiffer

Universal peace has never existed at any point in history. And yet, we are struggling to understand and respond to the situation in Ukraine

Are trials worth it? – Part 3

January 28, 2022  - By Sujay Thomas

The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering

Are trials worth it? – Part 2

January 21, 2022  - By Sujay Thomas

The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering

Are trials worth it? – Part 1

January 14, 2022  - By Sujay Thomas

The command to count trials as “joy” may seem unrealistic and glib to us. But as James explains, this is only through a right “accounting” of suffering

The fruit of the Spirit – Part 2

October 22, 2021  - By Jeniffer Samson

The fruit of the Spirit is the only visible evidence of our faith. So, isn’t it time we paid more attention to bearing it in our day-to-day lives?

Mental health matters: Hope for the Afflicted
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Mental health matters: Hope for the Afflicted

May 28, 2021  - By But God

How the church can better equip itself to respond to those suffering from poor mental health — both inside its ranks and beyond

3 W’s for the New Year

January 31, 2021  - By Karen Ann Monsy

If resolutions aren’t your cup of tea at the moment, how about reminders? Here are three to sustain you for the months ahead — no matter how rocky the road

Struck down, but not destroyed

December 6, 2020  - By Leni B

It’s natural to feel crushed in the face of extreme hardship. But Joseph’s life story helps us see that God only allows suffering for good

‘Consistency and caring can go a long way’

November 29, 2020  - By Elizabeth Abraham

Missionaries to Cambodia Tyler and Katie Van Halteren remind us that God’s love for us is the same on our most fruitful and least fruitful days

How can Paul “fill up what is lacking in Christ’s afflictions”?

November 24, 2020  - By Thomson B Thomas

Christ's suffering on the cross accomplished our salvation once for all. A reader asks why Colossians seems to be espousing poor theology at first glance

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

Called to suffer, yet not without hope

September 18, 2020  - By Godly John

If our future is eternity with God, why should we endure through suffering in this life? Romans 8 tells us why the Christian state is not a paradox

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