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  • by Melanie May
If you’ve been reading Beyond Today magazine or watching the Beyond Today TV program for long, you’ve probably come to see what the Bible says about Christmas. So what do you do now?
  • by Kourtney Kovanis
For the Feast of Tabernacles this year I traveled with my husband, father, sister, her husband and his parents (Mr. and Mrs. Schreiber) to Sri Lanka. What follows is a bit of what we experienced.
  • by Ryan Hall
Atonement emphasizes the culmination of both God the Father’s and Jesus Christ’s selfless actions to build a holy family. We can be assured that sin and the author of it will be cast away, giving way to a time of unity with God once again.
  • by Aaron Dean
Two months ago Michelle and I were in Roseville, California, for the birth of our daughter and son-in-law’s first child. God gave Grace on Thanksgiving Day, a true gift since it was a national holiday and everyone was off work and available. Obviously, you cannot time these things, but I was thankful I could be there.
  • 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 Craig Scott
Children are a great blessing. They have many wonderful attributes like wonder, openness, eagerness to learn, but they need you to spend time with them to provide guidance and instruction in a one-on-one setting that only you as a parent can really provide.
  • by Nathan Albright
When I was really young, in the early 1990s, a young rapper named Will Smith had a hit song on the radio called “Parents Just Don’t Understand.” Slightly changed, it became the theme song of the television show where he got his break as an actor, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.