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Father Describes ‘Heavy Joy’ of Daughter with Disabilities
In his book Hinge Moments, college president D. Michael Lindsay shares about the birth of his oldest daughter, Elizabeth. They quickly knew something ...
Man Tries to Negotiate with Death
In the opening scene of the 2016 film Collateral Beauty, advertising CEO Howard Inlet explains that his strategy is driven by three things. At the end ...
Wild Boar Adopted by Herd of Cows
When Friedrich Stapel went to move the herd of cows under his care, he had no idea they would attract a following. But that’s exactly what happened ...
We’re All Special-Needs Children to God
Adoption attorney David Anderson wrote in Christianity Today about how it is a privilege for him to help the rare parents who adopt special-needs children. ...
Chaplains Lay Down Their Lives for Others
During World War II, a US Army Transport Ship carrying 902 servicemen was struck by a German submarine. Panic and chaos quickly set in as men raced for ...
God’s Love and the Height of the Heavens
David rejoices in the fact that God's steadfast love toward those who fear him can be illustrated by the height of the heavens above the earth (Ps. ...
The Wealthy in China Use Body Doubles
In China, the extremely wealthy can avoid prison terms by hiring body doubles. Incredibly, this is true! Slate.com originally broke the story of how the ...
Forgetting What Lies Behind?
The old adage tells us to “forgive and forget,” but does that line up with the church’s understanding of forgiveness? Does showing mercy ...
George Washington and Loving Your Enemy
Stephen Olford tells the story of Peter Miller, a Baptist pastor during the American Revolution. Miller, lived in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, and one of his ...
Atonement Is in Our Blood
In a sermon on the Atonement, Will Anderson used the following illustration:
Food demonstrates how everyone benefits from a form of atonement, whether ...