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    One of Us

    Jesus coming to earth is more than the story of a baby in a manger. It is God’s intimate pursuit to have a deeper connection with His creation. In One of Us you’ll learn that God took on skin in the person of Jesus and became one of us so …

    Understanding the Bible: The Book of Acts

    The book of Acts is part two of the compelling story of Jesus and reveals how the church was established in spite of extreme opposition. In Understanding the Bible: The Book of Acts, you’ll discover how the Old and New Testaments together present Christianity as a continuation of God’s plan …

    When Suicide Strikes

    Every 30 seconds, the worst kind of death is leaving brothers, sisters, mothers, fathers, friends asking “why?” Every 30 seconds, somewhere on the globe someone’s life ends by their own hands. Al Hsu lost his father to suicide. He’s tasted the pain of distorted grief. In this booklet, Al chronicles …

    New Life

    God graciously sacrificed His only Son to give you a gift. However, many don’t know the power that comes through the resurrection of Jesus. In New Life, you’ll experience the power of being born again through the resurrection of the …

    When Anger Burns

    Anger is a powerful emotion that is often viewed as something we should avoid. However, in When Anger Burns, Tim Jackson explores that “anger is neither right nor wrong until there is a motive.” Through various examples from his counseling career, Jackson helps us identify the root causes of anger …

    Understanding the Bible: The History Books

    Since the fall of man, God passionately pursues a relationship with His people. The historical accounts of the Bible show us God’s love for humanity and his plan for redemption—the Savior! Each book in the Bible unveils God’s covenant with …

    Pray First

    We all know people who need a relationship with Jesus. But we may secretly

    Standing Together

    Who we spend our time with matters. In middle school and early high school, some of my friends were a bad influence on me, and my desire to fit in was leading me to act like everyone but Jesus.

    Out of the Wreck I Rise

    Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? —Romans 8:35

    God does not keep His child immune from trouble; He promises, “I will be with him in trouble…” (Psalm 91:15). It doesn’t matter how real or intense the adversities may be; nothing can ever separate him from his relationship to God. “In all these things we are more than conquerors…” (Romans…

    The Royal Wedding: Meghan Markle’s Gain or Loss?

    In case you haven’t heard, there’s a big wedding on today in the United Kingdom. It’s an event that will see Prince Harry, the sixth in line to the British throne, wedded to Meghan Markle, an American actress best known for her seven-year stint portraying Rachel Zane on the legal drama Suits.

    Even If

    Sometimes life deals us a tremendous blow. Other times the miraculous happens.

    Three young men, captives in Babylon, stood in front of the fearsome king of that land and boldly proclaimed that under no circumstances would they worship the giant image of gold towering above them. Together they declared: “If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to deliver us from it, and he will deliver us from Your Majesty’s hand. But even if he does not, we want you to know . . . we will not . . . worship the image” (Daniel 3:16–18).

    These three…

    For All People

    Nelson Mandela didn’t just acknowledge that the treatment of black Africans in South Africa was a terrible injustice—he went to great lengths to reverse it. He endured prison for twenty-seven years, confined with little to eat and being forced to labor for long hours—including pounding gravel. After he was set free in 1990, he continued to work tirelessly to dismantle apartheid and establish a more just government in South Africa.

    Living Simply— Yet Focused

    Look at the birds of the air . . . . Consider the lilies of the field . . . —Matthew 6:26, 28

    Consider the lilies of the field, how they grow: they neither toil nor spin”— they simply are! Think of the sea, the air, the sun, …

    I Have Anxiety But I’m Not Alone

    Walking out of the metro station, I was suddenly met by foreign smells and swarms of people. The ground was covered in what appeared to be soot, and as I pushed through the crowds, I felt my own thoughts being drowned out by the overwhelming noises and sounds

    Overflowing

    “No! No! No! NO!” I screamed. It didn’t help. Not one bit. My brilliant solution for our plugged problem—flushing again—accomplished exactly the opposite of what I’d intended. I knew I had made a mistake the second I pushed the lever down. And I stood helplessly as water overflowed.

    How many times have our kids tried to pour milk and misjudged the process, with white liquid flowing everywhere. Or maybe we failed to remember that a two-liter bottle of soda just rolled around in the trunk … with explosively startling results.

    No, spills are almost never a good thing. But there might be…

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