Monthly Archives: August 2015

Witnessing Through Weakness

by Tony Stith How can we be weak and still be a witness for God and Christ? When I read about Thomas in the Bible, I feel sorry for the way some people think of him today. He sat at … Continue reading

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The Coral Tree

by Suzanne Miller Are you digging down deep into God’s Word to obtain lasting nourishment? A number of years ago our neighbor gave us a small coral tree that had sprung from the larger tree in his backyard. We were excited … Continue reading

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Turning the World Upside Down

We can change the world by fulfilling our commission by Deanne Baum One particular day almost 2,000 years ago the world was turned upside down.  The occasion — Pentecost.   That day in Jerusalem, Simon Peter, the apostle, delivered an inspired sermon.  This … Continue reading

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We All Sin

Many people are quick to judge other’s sins. by Lorelei Nettles Photoby Lorelei Nettles There are many reasons people think that others are unacceptable. In fact, many of us have such feelings about ourselves as well. It can seem like … Continue reading

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Between a Rock and a Hard Place

By Deanne Baum Have you ever found yourself stuck in a position where you literally didn’t know what to do? Recently I woke from a dream which was a bit of a nightmare.  In this dream, I was lodged sideways between two … Continue reading

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