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Prayer, Not Despair

Prayer, Not Despair

Editor’s note: It feels like our world needs prayer now more than ever – we’re constantly hearing of natural disasters, social unrest, and political division. Even when we pray, anxiety can take over our minds when we give into our stresses. If you could use some more calm, we invite you to download our FREE

Having an Exit Strategy

My first experience with water skiing came at the age of twenty-four. I was quietly anxious about the adventure. All of my focus was on getting up on those skis. The first attempt was over before it began. One tug from the motorboat, and the rope left my hands and took off without me. On

Centering in Christ When Divorce Wreaks Havoc in Your Home

Faced with divorce, a family slams headfirst into an iceberg, and its members struggle to survive.  In the process, family members often become engulfed in waves of destructive forces.  Is there a captain for the ship?  Are all passengers accounted for?  Will they survive? Regardless of a family’s past or present religious engagement, living faith

Mom Brain to the World

Give a Hoot If this is going to be a Christian nation that doesn’t help the poor, either we have to pretend that Jesus was just as selfish as we are, or we’ve got to acknowledge that He commanded us to love the poor and serve the needy without condition— and then admit that we

God Shows His Love for You in Every Book of the Bible

Editor’s note: God’s Word is many things—instructive, historical, poetic. Yet the Bible is also an incredible love letter. In 66 Ways God Loves You, you will walk through each of the sixty-six books of the Bible to see, in concise and thoughtful ways, how every book reflects God’s love for you! Today’s devotion is from the sections

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Death: The End of Construction

The dead will hear the voice of the Son of God; and those who hear will live. – John 5:25 I am still in the land of the dying; I shall be in the land of the living soon. – John Newton Death is inevitable! No one can outrun death. It will catch up to all of us eventually. When

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