Hope for Iran in the Gospel: The Intimacy of Heart Languages
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by Guest Contributor
7M ago
  By Lana Silk “When he saw the crowds, he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.” Matthew 9:36    The Iranian Christian church is the fastest-growing church in the world. However, due to local government religious oppression, this movement is largely underground, making the exact growth ..read more
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Can One Person Really Make a Difference?
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by Guest Contributor
7M ago
  By Bob Burckle Have you ever wondered if you as just one person can really make a difference in the world? I’ve often asked myself that question as the tasks before us can seem so overwhelming, and yet we are so small. Throughout history, however, we’ve heard countless stories of individuals who had a ..read more
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A Cry of Grief
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by Philip Yancey
9M ago
Earlier this month I spent a week in north Georgia in the home of the Johnsons, who for fifteen years have provided loving care for my aging mother. I had planned the trip to coincide with a publishing conference, but hospice workers urged me to come sooner. “She might not make it to her 99th ..read more
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The Rise and Fall and Rise of Jimmy Carter
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by Philip Yancey
1y ago
Former president Jimmy Carter is back in the news, this time because of his decision to forgo further medical treatment and live out his final days at home, under hospice care. Approaching his ninety-ninth birthday, he hopes to die as he has lived, with quiet dignity. Generations who read about Carter only in history books ..read more
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4 Ways Christian Should Respond to Being Canceled
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by Guest Contributor
1y ago
Hurricane Ian has come and gone from my hometown of Naples, Florida. Yet, cancel culture isn’t going anywhere soon.  Like a hurricane, cancel culture is fueled by heat.  As temperatures rise, cancel culture gets bigger, stronger, and more destructive.  No one escapes its fury.  I recently talked to a tearful mother whose daughter had insisted ..read more
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Music Amidst the Rubble
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by Philip Yancey
2y ago
As Holy Week approaches each year, I turn to my favorite part of the Gospels, John 13-17. Many other passages seem rushed. They leave me longing for more sensory detail and pondering the meaning of Jesus’ cryptic sayings. In these five chapters, the author slows the pace almost cinematically. After all, it’s the group’s last ..read more
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Death Comes For “the Arch”
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by Philip Yancey
2y ago
The son of a schoolteacher and a domestic servant, Desmond Tutu would grow up to become a prominent figure on the world stage. With Nelson Mandela locked behind bars for almost three decades, the apartheid government in South Africa saw Tutu as their greatest threat. Tutu’s reputation belied his simple charm. Interviewers remember his impish ..read more
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‘Do Not Despise These Small Beginnings’: Billy Graham’s First Sermon
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by Guest Contributor
2y ago
Author and pastor Greg Laurie recounts how Billy Graham’s experience with his first sermon shows how God can use our small beginnings ..read more
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Stop Lamenting the Secularization of Christmas … and Start Celebrating Easter Every Day
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by Guest Contributor
2y ago
How did Christmas become the mother of all Christian celebrations ..read more
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God’s Gifts are Tailor-made for You
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by Guest Contributor
2y ago
God’s gifts may take time, but they are tailor-made for you ..read more
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