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Strength From Crisis

Strength From Crisis

Editor’s Note: Dear friends, we are back! You have no idea how happy we are to get to chat with you again! You may have noticed that our emails have been conspicuously absent from your inboxes. In case you were wondering, our email server was down for a while. It was frustrating, but our phenomenal team

A Prayer That Is Centered on God

Editor’s Note: Enjoy this excerpt from beloved author Anne Graham Lotz (called the “best preacher in the family” by her father Reverend Billy Graham). The Daniel Prayer is based off the prayer of Daniel, who prayed on behalf of his nation, Judah, which had come under God’s judgment. Today, Lotz continues to utilize the Daniel prayer model to

The Secret of Every Passionate Marriage

The Secret of Every Passionate Marriage As a marriage counselor, I can’t count the number of times I’ve heard a disgruntled husbands or wives utter the words, “I just don’t love her [him] anymore.” And as they say those words, it is as if they are waving a white flag in surrender. To them, it

Losing Your Ship Without Losing Your Soul

Your Faith Will Not Fail in a Storm, Even When You Do During that storied final meal Jesus shared with His disciples, only hours away from all the torments that awaited Him, there is an extraordinary exchange between Jesus and Peter. The truly remarkable thing is that this is just before Jesus tells Peter he

Giving Hope to the Hopeless

My husband, Rich, lost his dad unexpectedly when he was eight. When father and son functions happened through the years, men from church and his friends’ dads always included him. Perhaps that’s why my husband has such a heart for Little League baseball and is known throughout our community as a caring coach. When our next door neighbor and

A Beacon of Hope

Editor’s note: Today’s audio devotion features a combination of these two devotions from Unto the Hills: A Daily Devotional by Dr. Billy Graham.  We hope you enjoy!   A Beacon of Hope That we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope . . . the God of hope fill you with all

Take Long Walks

In the high-speed, go-go-go nature of our everyday lives, taking care of ourselves can often fall to the wayside. It gets smothered under other needs — and suddenly we’re left feeling worn-out and sick. Our shoulders tense from stress, we’ve been eating way too much fast food, and we’re having constant aches and pains. Does

Following the Golden Rule

  “Oh [Jane]! you are a great deal too apt, you know, to like people in general. You never see a fault in any body. All the world are good and agreeable in your eyes. I never heard you speak ill of a human being in my life.’’ “I would wish not to be hasty

God Wants the Best for Us

Often when tragedies strike or hard times engulf us, we ask, “Where’s God?” 
In asking this question, we make the assumption that God must not have known what was about to befall us or else, if He were powerful enough, He would have prevented it. Or we assume that God must not love us, because

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