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  • by David Mills
God intended marriage to be a lifetime date, but it is very easy to take our mate for granted. Emma’s story shows the importance of expressing love and appreciation every day.
  • by Don Hooser
During Jesus’ last Passover observance with His disciples, He made a profound announcement that is misinterpreted by many and not well appreciated by many others. In reality, it was revolutionary.
  • by Robert H Berendt
We humans seem to be afraid to love other people.
  • by Laura Peabody
You have probably known someone close to you who has faced the end of their time on this earth. Maybe you were their caregiver, or perhaps you know of a caregiver who gave all his or her time caring for someone they love who faced this challenging period. It’s a difficult circumstance—lives are changing, and not for the better.
  • by Sarah Bacher
Recently I was reading a book called Unspoken by Dee Henderson, and she brought out an important question I had never thought of before: How can God say He is pure and perfect and He loves us, and also extend the same love and forgiveness to a truly wicked person who has repented?
  • by Mario Seiglie
In our mission to preach the gospel and to prepare a people, let us never forget how important it is to exalt that “perfect law of liberty.”
  • by United News
Having grown up in the Church I knew right from wrong. I knew what God expected out of me, but much like the prodigal son, I chose to leave and go out into the world to discover for myself what life was all about.
  • by Jay Ledbetter
God’s four fall* festivals teach us about His plan of salvation for you and all of humanity. They express God’s love for you. God greatly desires for you to be a spiritual child in His family. They also teach us the fate of Satan the devil and how God will work with each person so they, too, can be in His Kingdom.
  • by Steve Nutzman
Children need to see the love of God reflected in their mother and father. Our role model is Jesus Christ (Colossians 3:10), which in turn, we strive to reflect toward our children. Only with God in us, through the power of God’s Holy Spirit, can we reflect His godly image.
  • by Kelly Thurley
Do we give 100 percent in our everyday lives and relationships?
  • by Deanne Baum
What goes through your mind as you prepare for a dinner guest?