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Light a candle for hope

Back in the day, candles or oil lamps were the only way you could illuminate the inside of your house after dark. Candles were…

Who is God?

Leaders call on God’s promises

When you want to get somebody to do something for you, there are various tried-and-true strategies. You can recite all the things you’ve done…

Who is God?

Axe, seek, knock

They went to the Jordan and began to cut down trees. As one of them was cutting down a tree, the iron axehead fell…

Who is God?

God, could you pitch in?

When we lived in California, ducks were hanging around our creek. Our three kiddos were building nests, hoping the ducks would lay their eggs…

Who is God?

A picture of God

A picture is worth a thousand words. Except when it isn’t. A photo might capture a glorious moment accurately, but it can also be…

Living My Faith

Fill your tank

Have you ever bypassed a gas station only to find yourself driving down a highway on fumes? It sure sucks the fun out of…

Who is God?

There’s an app for that

Need the most minor problem solved? There’s an app for that! Apps help you manage your finances, diet, fitness, sleep, and shopping. (Time of…

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God’s secret agents

How does God get his agenda for earth accomplished? Let me count the ways: He can act unilaterally, with his unlimited almighty power, as…

Who is God?

God isn’t broke

The most obvious beneficiaries of the financial gifts of Christians are their churches, schools, and charitable ministries. That’s where the gifts become visible. But…

Living My Faith

The smell of Jesus

I remember a time I walked into my high school dorm room with a greasy bag of leftover French fries. My roommate—fresh off a…

Living My Faith

You go first

An important safety tip for early season ice fishing is to politely tell your fishing buddy, “You can go first. I’ll be right behind…

Friends & Family

Safe in God’s hands

We live in a near-constant state of panic for kids’ safety. Some schools have banned kids from playing tag, and all balls have to…