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Philosophy Professor Experiences Suffering

Philosophy professor David Gushee shares:

Early in 2006, my 18-year-old daughter, Holly, pulled in front of a Chevy Tahoe on a rainy, windswept night and ...


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God Amidst the Ruins

Circumstances may appear to wreck our lives and Gods plans, but God is not helpless among the ruins. Our broken lives are not lost or useless. God's ...


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"Thirteen Conversations About One Thing": No Reason for Life's Trials?

Thirteen Conversations About One Thing follows four separate characters who face unexpected trials and setbacks. They are forced into making difficult ...


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Turtle Rescue Is a Metaphor for Life

Author Barbara Brown Taylor writes:

Several summers ago, I spent three days on a barrier island where loggerhead turtles were laying their eggs. One night ...


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Biker Delivered from Mouth of Lion

"Once he started clamping down, I remember thinking, This is it. I'm going to die." These were Anne Hjelle's words in an interview with ...


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Mysterious Congo Missionary Deaths

The daughter of missionaries to the Congo Republic told Pastor Leith Anderson this story: As a little girl, she participated in a daylong rally to celebrate ...


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Space Shuttle Victim's Wife Tells of God's Faithfulness

Evelyn Husband lost the love of her life, space shuttle commander Rick Husband, in a national tragedy. A year later, she shares her message about God's ...


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Twin Towers Survivor Secure in God's Hands

If ever Genelle Guzman McMillan needed to know she was being held in the strong arms of a God she couldn't see, it was now.

It was just after 12:30 ...


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Atheism Fails in Crisis

Richard Wurmbrand, a Romanian Jew, has been called "the voice of the underground church." In the 1940s, he was jailed and tortured by communist officials ...


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Francis of Assisi's Disastrous Grasp at Glory

On a brisk November day in 1202, Assisi's militia marched through the city's streets. Knights sat proudly atop their steeds, citizens cheered, ...


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