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Fear envelopes you as the imminent danger looms invasively close. After the danger passes, the fear is replaced with the reality of what has just occurred. Destruction, pain, possibly death, how will you survive?
  • by Mario Seiglie
When the ground beneath your feet begins to tremble, it can be terribly unsettling, especially with lives in jeopardy. Why do we live in a world of earthquakes - and will we always?
  • by Rodney Hall
Millions of beleaguered and traumatized inhabitants of Japan are still struggling to come to terms with a staggering disaster—the world's costliest thus far. What is the fallout? And what can the Bible tells us about such calamities?
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Recently Newsweek magazine wrote of “a pileup of disasters, crises and wars.” The world appears to be entering a meltdown mode. Astute observers are now asking questions like “What on earth is happening to us?” Does the Bible tell us how to cope with this uncertain world?
  • by Darris McNeely
A massive amount of aid has poured into the Caribbean nation of Haiti in the aftermath of a devastating 7.0 earthquake. History has neglected this poor nation. Beyond this present tragedy, what is the best way forward for Haiti?