God’s in Control?

January 3, 2023 | Russ Moe

Thunderous bombardments of water crashed into the boat. The roller-coaster upheaval made even experienced mariners seasick. Thrown like a bathtub toy, the ship was out of control. “We perish!” cried the disciples. Resorting to the...

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Good Deeds

December 20, 2022 | Mitchell Mace

What good deeds can you do for others? We can be raised to hold open the door for others. We can be taught to relinquish the seats for the elderly to sit in. We can learn to say “please” and “thank you.” But these and so...

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The Cost of Compassion

December 13, 2022 | Jaci Miller

As a child, I loved the television special, “The Care Bears in the Land without Feelings.” The villain, Professor Coldheart, lacked feelings. In contrast with the Care Bears, Professor Coldheart didn’t care about others at...

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“Houston, We Have a Problem”

November 22, 2022 | Russ Moe

On day two of their mission to the moon in 1970, the Apollo 13 astronauts experienced a major explosion that crippled their spacecraft and doomed their survival. Teams on earth at Mission Control, sprang into action innovating dozens of...

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Embrace the Wait

November 1, 2022 | Jaci Miller

For bread to finish baking. For the line at the grocery store to move. For a loved one to come to Christ. We all wait for something. We’ve been conditioned to view waiting as a great evil. That we should avoid it whenever possible. Perhaps...

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