A Joy that Rocks

By Christie Goodman I recently had to pack up and move into a new office. Working for a non-profit sometimes means tightening your belt a bit. So, like Nikki Blair wrote about recently, I had a lot of culling to do. And since my new office is smaller than my old one and has more...
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Do Christians Trust God?

By Daniel Zamora In the “good old days,” Christians used to do bring all the daily life problems to the Lord in prayer and wait for His answer. In the meanwhile, they did their work but trusted God would take care of the big problems. Christians in the 21st century have a diverse...
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Expectant Prayer

By Barbara Higdon Recently, my Sunday School class committed to pray at a specific time of day for a member who has suffered a long-term, debilitating medical condition with no apparent relief for years. On prayer day, I, too, had a medical problem and called my doctor’s office....
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Life Happens

By Edgar Twedt There is an old aphorism, which says, “Life is what happens to us while we’re making other plans.” In the movie Dead Poet’s Society there is a poignant scene where the teacher has his students look at a picture of former students who have long since passed...
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