Sermon Illustrations about Faithfulness of God
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The Swimming Lesson
In an issue of CT magazine contributing editor Susan Wunderink writes:
When I was a swimming instructor, I spent a lot of time trying to get little kids ...
Your Cellphone Is a Light in the Darkness
When was the last time you needed to use your cell phone as a flashlight, perhaps to look for something in the garage, read a menu at a darkly lit restaurant, ...
Missionary Doctor Finds Hope in a Miraculous Healing
Dr. Eric McLaughlin is a missionary doctor in Burundi, one of the poorest nations on the planet. After years of watching one out of seven of his patients ...
Trusting God When He Is Silent
In an issue of CT magazine, author and college president Krish Kandiah writes:
One of my earliest memories is of holding my mother’s hand on my first ...
Defeating the Darkness of Depression
In an issue of CT magazine author Lily Burana writes how her depression brought her to the brink of suicide until God rescued her.
Lily had always been ...
Air Traffic Controller Guides Passenger to Land Plane
On Tuesday, May 10, 2022, a passenger with no flight experience called Air Traffic Control in Fort Pierce, Florida airport and said, “I’ve ...
Child's Lost Ball Helps Man Survive at Sea
A tourist named Ivan was swimming in the ocean at Myti Beach in Greece when he was carried away by a series of powerful currents. Friends alerted the ...
The Bizarre World of Online Grocery Store Substitutions
Ajanay Barnes and her roommate were craving ice cream one night, they used the grocery-shopping app Instacart to load up a basket at Walmart. They asked ...
A Light on the Stairs
Singer-song-writer Sandra McCracken writes in an issue of CT magazine:
I live in an old house. Along with the charms of age, this old house has some surprises. ...
What the Heavens Declared to a Young Jewish Astronomer
In a recent issue of CT Magazine, Astronomer David Block tells how he learned that the same God who numbered the stars knew and loved him personally: