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Sarah Habben

Sarah Habben

Sarah Habben lives on the island of Antigua with her husband, missionary Dan Habben, and their four daughters. They moved to the Caribbean in August 2017 after serving 18 years in Alberta, Canada.

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Living My Faith

Joy for the journey

Consider what you’ve endured for the sake of a future joy. The drudgery of pregnancy and the pain of delivery take a backseat to…

Bible 101

Flame on!

He was in his 80s, and he’d been through a lot. Exile. Conscription. Promotion. Betrayal. A failed execution-by-lion. And now a revelation from God….

Who is God?

Seek him; see him

Imagine you’re a shepherd in first-century Israel, smelling of campfire and sweat, rough around the edges. Imagine the hem of the night sky being…

Life’s Challenges

Finding strength

Are you feeling strong today? You can . . . even if your fingers are bent by arthritis. Even if cancer has come or…

Bible 101

Satisfaction guaranteed

Customer churn. That’s the term for when clients defect from a company that hasn’t delivered on its promises. Companies know that today’s customers expect…

Living My Faith

Show and tell

Did you ever show up at kindergarten without an object for show-and-tell and decide to just do the “tell” part? Your classmates got fidgety…

Living My Faith

Pass the salt

Salt has a humble spot on our grocery lists. It’s not fancy or expensive. But imagine life without it! Salt preserves crunchy pickles, melts…

Living My Faith

Great things

“What have you done for me lately?” Maybe that question has crossed your mind (or lips) recently. It’s in our DNA to object when…

Friends & Family

Love stinks

Love stinks. No kidding; it really does. Victorian sweethearts worked this to their advantage. A love-struck lad would peel an apple and cup it…

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…

Life’s Challenges

All your needs

Would you believe it if someone told you, “I can meet your every need”? What if that someone was your future spouse? your doctor?…

Living My Faith

The eyes of your heart

Richard Peck’s novel A Year Down Yonder is set during the Great Depression. Fifteen-year-old Mary Alice is sent downstate to live with Grandma Dowdel while Ma…