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Life’s Challenges

Hope for the future

I just love it when my seed catalogs arrive in the mail this time of year! I like to take a day—in the deepest,…

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Living hope

I listened to a story that broke my heart. A relatively young woman was recounting when her husband received a terminal diagnosis and only…

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Grace AND peace!

Christians love the words grace and peace. Those two words are laced through the Bible, peppered into prayers, and bound up in the benediction…

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Know. See. Yearn.

It’s Christmas Eve. The tableau is set: a baby’s soft cheek against a bed of hay, a wondering mother, wide-eyed shepherds who have seen…

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It’s so worth it

Ask a cancer patient if it’s worth it to put up with chemotherapy when the treatment often makes him or her feel worse than…

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Jesus and prayers for justice

I long for a world that’s filled with justice, don’t you? Justice is that deep desire we have that all the innocent people are…

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Zoom in for gratitude

A French artist named Lucas Vaskange creates a specific style of digital art known as infinite zoom. Each image he creates has another image…

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The rope of hope

I recently bought a 150-foot rope on Amazon and wrapped a tiny piece of black tape around the first inch of it. That might…

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Just let me cry

Some years ago when a Christian family member passed away suddenly, I was moved to tears in my grief. Another family member told me…

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Jesus: The sequel

Recently, our family watched a blockbuster sequel movie online. The movie was . . . not good. Sequels often don’t live up to the…

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Tune your ears to hope

Back in 1982, the Wisconsin Badgers played Michigan State in a Big Ten football game on the same day the Milwaukee Brewers played the…

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Your pain has a purpose

I recently read The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis, and it shattered some of my old ways of thinking about life’s troubles….