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On Facebook, one of my friends shared one of the best quotes I’ve ever seen attributed to Abraham Lincoln: “Don’t believe everything you read…

Bible 101

Away . . . to be near

Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, The little Lord Jesus lay down his sweet head; The stars in the sky look…

Who is God?

A crash test dummy’s guide to reading the Bible

It seems to me that when a car manufacturer creates a new car model, there are two very important teams that participate in the…

Prayer

Stop babbling in prayer

Have you ever noticed how hard it is for kids these days to get their dads’ attention? In our smartphone, bring-work-home, screen-staring world, the…

Who is God?

I have loved you as my own

A young couple I know recently adopted a child from overseas. To say that it was a struggle is an understatement. Pair the moving…

Prayer

Short prayers work

According to Jesus, the power of prayer isn’t in the number of words that you pray. Our Savior taught, “And when you pray, do…

Life’s Challenges

Learning to let go

When my son was born, he caught a cold in the hospital just before coming home. His little nostrils were plugged, and his breathing…

Living My Faith

What’s in a name?

One of the most exciting parts of getting ready to welcome a child into the world is choosing a name. Names are a big…

Prayer

Avoid the pitfalls of prayer

Have you ever driven up a mountain? On one side of your car is a cliff with a drop that would plummet your car…

Who is God?

A picture of God

A child draws diligently with crayons. His teacher asks, “What are you drawing?” “I’m drawing a picture of God.” “Honey,” the teacher corrects, “no…

Who is God?

Superfans for the LORD

I don’t know if you’re quite as hip as I am (cue raucous laughter), but perhaps you’ve seen the news stories surrounding a certain…

Friends & Family

Fathers matter!

Father’s Day is a little less sentimental than Mother’s Day, and people seem more prone to laugh at Dad’s foibles than praise him for…