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  • by Karen Edelbach
Over 50 years ago, on a spring afternoon in 1968, two Air Force officers arrived at our family farm in Hobart, Indiana.
  • by Carolyn Trombi
Have you ever found yourself in a tragic situation and asked God, “Why is this happening to me?”
  • by Janet Treadway
On a cold wintry day in November 1993, my daughter and I experienced one of the saddest days of our life together, a day that will be etched in our minds forever.
  • by Janet Treadway
God says our hearts are where our treasures are. Therefore, it is important to choose our treasure wisely.
  • by Victor Kubik
The book of Ecclesiastes tells us that there is a time for all things. As Christians we need to be sensitive to how we act and react.
  • by Melvin Rhodes
As the state of New York joins the other 49 states in allowing no-fault divorce, a surprising bill before the Michigan legislature aims to make divorce for couples with young children more difficult.
  • by Larry Walker
The main lesson I learned is that tragedy forces us to reexamine our priorities in a way that we simply do not do during normal times of comfortable living. What are your priorities?
  • by Larry Walker
Forgiveness can be a very sore subject for many. We have all experienced hurt or offense from someone. How are we supposed to react? Do we forgive and let the other person get away with whatever they have done? Recent research suggests we only hurt ourselves if we do not forgive. However, this knowledge is not new. For thousands of years, the way to forgiveness existed in the pages of God’s Word...
  • by Gerhard Marx
In an age of ever-increasing violence and horrifying acts of terrorism, bewildered people ask: Where is God? Why did the Almighty not intervene and prevent the outrages of Sept. 11?
  • by Good News
When an accidental death occurs or a weather disaster or earthquake demolishes buildings and injures or kills people, is it fair to classify such troubling events as deliberate acts of God?
  • by John Miller
The concept of a resurrection to life—a biblical teaching few understand—was no longer an intangible promise from the pages of the Bible. The resurrection suddenly became a real event for me. I saw it for the first time for what it is: a commitment from Jesus Christ Himself.