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If Danny Simpson had known more about guns, he might not have needed to rob the bank. But in 1990, in Ottawa, Canada, this 24-year-old went to jail, and ...

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God Provides Big and Small

In the mid 1980s, my family moved to northern Saskatchewan to start a church. As a church planter, part of my support was funded by the local mission. ...

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Knowing God through Suffering

Doctors and nurses were doing everything possible for my wife, the mother of my seven children, yet I could see the hopelessness in their faces. Through ...

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Family Income in 2000

The average U.S. family earned $63,410 during the previous 12 months, according to Census 2000. The percentage of the USA's 70.8 million families who ...

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Not Taking God for Granted

While hurrying through Chicago's commuter train station, I had an "Aha!" moment that stopped me in my tracks. I'd just left the candy counter where I'd ...

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Woman Puts God First, and God Provides Her Need

I did not want to go to prayer service that evening; I wanted to stay home and make a dish of candied fruit from a new recipe. But the recipe called for ...

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"Shenandoah": Thanking God

In the classic western movie Shenandoah, Jimmy Stewart stars as Charlie Anderson, a Virginian farmer trying to keep his family out of the Civil War.

With ...

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"James and the Giant Peach": God Meets Our Greatest Need

James and the Giant Peach is a fairytale about an orphan boy, James, who is forced to live with his two cruel aunts. He dreams about escaping to a wonderful ...

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$20 Arrives as Answer to Couple's Prayer

Author Elmer Towns writes:

My wife and I went through college by faith. If we had not prayed together daily through all our difficulties, I don't know ...

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More U.S. Families Hungry

A study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture found that in 2002 more American families were hungry or were unsure whether they could afford to buy food. ...

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