Learn From My Bible-Reading Mistakes
October 7th, 2019

Learn From My Bible-Reading Mistakes

Tara-Leigh Cobble

For years I struggled with Bible reading. Not only was Scripture challenging to understand, but that challenge also left me with a lack of desire to read it. Every day I felt defeated before I even started; and most days I didn’t start at all.  I ...

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A New Resource to Unlock the Old Testament
July 15th, 2019

A New Resource to Unlock the Old Testament

Suzy Silk

The Bible is not merely a magnificent book written over hundreds of years by a variety of people in a variety of literary styles. It is God’s Word and it teaches us about his character, how to live according to his laws, and how his redemptive plan makes sense of ...

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Looking for Jesus
February 18th, 2019

Looking for Jesus

Liz Wann

When I was a kid, I looked for Waldo. That guy with the red hat, red-striped shirt, and hipster looking glasses. He was elusive, but I was Sherlock. I would scan the overcrowded picture from top to bottom, left to right, and look for anything that was red. Some ...

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When the Armies of Heaven Sang for Joy
December 24th, 2018

When the Armies of Heaven Sang for Joy

Suzy Silk

This two-part series explores the mystery and wonder of the Christmas story from the perspective of angels. This Christmas, as we gather with family, sing Christmas songs, and open presents under our trees, we might find an angel ornament hanging from a branch or ...

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Why the Angels Were Excited for Christmas
December 17th, 2018

Why the Angels Were Excited for Christmas

Suzy Silk

This two-part series explores the mystery and wonder of the Christmas story from the perspective of angels. Each year, I try to keep the Christmas story fresh by approaching it from a different perspective. This year, join me in considering the version in ...

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The Powerful Art of Storytelling in the Bible
March 26th, 2018

The Powerful Art of Storytelling in the Bible

Ann-Margret Hovsepian

A lion used to prowl about a field in which four oxen used to dwell. Many a time he tried to attack them; but whenever he came near they turned their tails to one another, so that whichever way he approached them he was met by ...

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The End of the World as We Know It?
January 1st, 2018

The End of the World as We Know It?

Ginger Kolbaba

Were living in the end times. My friends eyes matched her tone: fearful. Why do you say so? I asked. She listed reason after reason: political crises, world events, cultural climate, devastating hurricanes and wildfires, immorality. It was a list ...

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Feeling Blue this Christmas? You are Not Forgotten
December 25th, 2017

Feeling Blue this Christmas? You are Not Forgotten

Anna Panzo

It’s that time of year again: evergreen trees, gingerbread, carols, holiday cheer, family, and gifts. Christmas is here! But as people are hanging up stockings, children are making gift wish lists, and relatives are coming to town, I can’t help but think of those for whom Christmas is a ...

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