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Permission to Lament

  by Kathy Beard I’m not sure if it’s just me, or if it seems like some in the body of Christ today have lost the subject of lamenting. I’m not sure why—maybe [...]

September 1, 2017

All the Difference

  “Love at first sight is love; but the real love comes later,” muses my grandma as she begins telling me of her quickly gotten-into marriage. On a Sunday night, she [...]

February 14, 2017

Noah’s Flood: An Epic God-Movement

At nearly midnight, on January 31, 2015, what should have been a moment to celebrate after an emergency c-section, morphed into fear and uncertainty when first-time parents, [...]

April 30, 2015

Ticks and Tricks

When I walk in the woods, ticks sometimes intrude on my otherwise peaceful stroll. They like to climb onto me, search for a place that looks tasty, and bite. Ticks are related to spiders, but lack the good qualities of their web-spinning cousins. Instead of ridding the world of pesky insects, ticks want to suck my blood. If I stay watchful, however, I catch them crawling on me and flick them off before they get the chance to chomp. [...]

October 31, 2014

A Marine’s Testimony

Lance Corporal Brian Vanderpool 0331 Machine Gunner, 1st Battalion 9th Marines, 2nd Marine Division At the tender age of seven, Brian Vanderpool experienced a life changing [...]

July 31, 2014

Lisa Wingate: Writing in The Fringes

Years ago, I had a weak moment during a shopping trip and came home with a cuddly little bundle of white fur that was so cute it looked like it had to be a stuffed animal. In [...]

April 30, 2014

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