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The Best Is Yet to Come

  • April 13, 2020

The Best Is Yet to Come By Jonathan C. Brentner Since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, I have felt a wide range of emotions. At times anger has surged inside me as I have watched news accounts of many elected officials attempting to take advantage of the crisis for…

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More than Painted Eggs

  • April 10, 2020

More than Painted Eggs By Kendra Knox A few years ago, I found myself craving a more meaningful way to celebrate the season of Christ’s death and resurrection. We had our own family traditions and they were great. I mean, who doesn’t love a good egg hunt? And mom’s Easter…

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Forgiven to Forgive

  • April 10, 2020

Forgiven to Forgive By Jordan Chamblee I was cleaning out my desk the other day and found some notes from a church service. The sermon had been on forgiveness and I found it very helpful. Not that anyone has ever really offended me to the point that I’ve struggled to…

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The Hope of Resurrection

  • April 10, 2020

The Hope of Resurrection Written by Rev. Calvin Lindstrom Seven years ago I heard a fascinating lecture by Professor Gregory Athnos of North Park College. A musician by training, Prof. Athnos had the opportunity to spend significant time studying the artwork found in the Roman catacombs. It was an eye-opening…

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Are You Ready?

  • April 10, 2020

Are You Ready? By Whitney White Children's Book Author I’ve never been a fan of cemeteries. However, after my grandmother passed away five years ago, I visited her grave frequently. I just couldn’t let go. She had been my biggest fan and my very best friend for twenty-eight years. My…

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The River Whose Streams Make Glad

  • April 9, 2020

The River Whose Streams Make Glad By Dr. John Oswalt Former Wesley Biblical Seminary President There is a River God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of…

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Coronavirus Pandemic: Breakthrough in the Heavenlies?

  • April 9, 2020

Coronavirus Pandemic: Breakthrough in the Heavenlies? By Bryan Fischer The Bible is unambiguous that, even though America is on a war footing, our enemy is not coronavirus. Our enemy is the army of unseen adversaries in the world of the spirit, the world we cannot see but which is much…

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Serving Others in a Time of Crisis

  • April 8, 2020

Serving Others in a Time of Crisis By Jonathan Lewis The events of recent days have thrown all of us into unchartered territory. With schools, restaurants, libraries, events, and even churches suspending normal operations, our lives have been disrupted in ways large and small. The impact is real, and depending…

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Believer’s Battle Strategy: Praise

  • April 8, 2020

Believer's Battle Strategy: Praise By Joy Lucius It might seem as if the world we know is crashing down right in front of our eyes, as if the entire universe is spinning hopelessly out of control. But the truth is that God is still in control. He is still on…

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COVID Can’t Change the Empty Tomb

  • April 7, 2020

COVID Can’t Change the Empty Tomb By Hannah Harrison “Easter is canceled this year!” my youngest sister said. As we watched the president's announcement to “Stop the spread for 30 days” all of us slumped into our family couch. Since March 17, I have had the privilege of working at…

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