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Cultivating Chaos Brings New Life

My friends lost their home when a tornado carved through their neighborhood. There’s a lonely pine tree still standing in the side yard beside where ...


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Healing Is a Foretaste of Resurrection

The news has been relentlessly grim since last Easter. Any glimmers of light were quickly vanquished amid rising pandemic deaths, the social depression ...


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Christ Has Blazed the Trail

Max Lucado tells the story of a missionary in Brazil who discovered a tribe of Indians in a remote part of the jungle. They lived near a large river. ...


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Forgiveness Always Comes at A Cost

Pastor and author J.D. Greear writes:

I remember a Muslim asking me when I lived in Southeast Asia, why would God need somebody to die in order to forgive ...

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Jesus' Resurrection Is the Beginning of God's New Project

N.T. Wright said:

“Jesus' resurrection is the beginning of God's new project, not to snatch people away from earth but to colonize earth ...


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Christ Suffered for Us - The Lesson of The Lepers

In her book Ten Fingers for God, Dorothy Clarke Wilson writes about Dr. Paul Brand who worked with leprosy patients in India.

Sometimes they would all ...


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Renoir Finds Beauty in the Pain

When French impressionist painter Auguste Renoir was confined to his home during the last decade of his life, Henri Matisse was nearly 28 years younger ...


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COVID-19 and the Crown of Thorns

In his blog article, Dr. Timothy Tennent, the President of Asbury Theological Seminary, makes a fascinating connection between the Coronavrius and the ...


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The Dead Don’t Bleed

After a serious car accident in Venezuela, Carlos Camejo was pronounced dead at the scene. Officials released the body to the morgue and a routine autopsy ...


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The ‘Stumbling Stones’ of Holocaust Victims

With hundreds of things to see in Berlin, few tourists pay attention to what lies under their feet. The four inch by four inch blocks of brass embedded ...


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