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Hello there, spring, my old friend; we meet again. I’ve missed you so throughout the cold and snow. You bring flowers, warmth, and sunshine that are oh so divine. Our God brings forth rebirth…
Jesus’ kingdom stories are at the heart of Matthew’s Gospel. The lead story is one Jesus titled the parable of the sower (13:18). So, who was the sower? What was he planting? And why bother when many seeds don’t grow?
Dancing in the rain, her toddler smile spoke of sheer delight. Somehow when we grow up we no longer see the hope held in the renewal of rain.
His professors and fellow students recognized him as one of the most brilliant students on campus. He had “the most” when it came to worldly...
This Easter weekend, may we celebrate the magnificent, cosmos-shaking victory of Christ’s physical resurrection, and the glorious and solid blood-bought assurance it has secured for us in our suffering.
Some claim that waiting on the Lord is profitable and productive. Others say it is the best way to become efficient and effective. Is that really true? Don’t we need to be moving?
How to be hopeful is more than a wish and more than optimism. Teens learn how to be hopeful from parents. Here are some ways to teach.
Tender green plants poking through dry mulch, invites the embrace of spring's hope for renewing the dry places in my own spiritual garden.
“…for in Him we live and move and have our being….” (Acts 17:28a) The latest media news cycles have been chock full of devastating events. After more than two years of pandemic hea…
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