Beyond Today Magazine: September–October 2018

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In This Issue

  • by Peter Eddington
Billons of men, women and children have lived and died without ever knowing the true God or His way of life. What happens to them? Are they condemned to an eternity of suffering in hellfire? Or does God have a plan in which no one is left behind?
  • by Rudy Rangel III
Can our leaders ever negotiate peace? Can we experience it in our personal lives? What will it take for the world to finally know rest?
  • by Janet Treadway
Grandparents raising their grandchildren for different reasons is on the rise. I call them heroes because they are sacrificing to give their grandchildren the best opportunities they can.
  • by Scott Ashley
God is not uninvolved or uncaring. He cares deeply about His creation, about His children of all nations and races.
  • by Robin Webber
God values and cares deeply for even little birds that people may give little thought to—every single one. How do you think He feels about you?
  • by Ben Light
On the heels of World War I, the most deadly war in human history up to that time, came an even deadlier killer—an influenza epidemic that killed millions. Does Bible prophecy indicate we may see such epidemics again?
  • by Darris McNeely
On the 100th anniversary marking the end of World War I, we still see a world mired in conflict and often on the brink of even greater war. Many of today’s problems can be traced to that conflict. If we are to understand the way to peace, we must first understand what leads to war.