Virtual Christian Magazine: November 2004

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In This Issue

  • by Robert H Berendt
Some people believe in “kismet,” or fate. Their death or “time to die” is preset, events were “meant to be,” and they are not in control of their own futures. Truly we do not have total control over very many things—but we do play a huge part in our own futures.
  • by Kathleen Botka
After a traumatic brain injury nearly took her life, the author experienced a long period of rehabilitation, both physical and spiritual. Through this, she found the miracle of walking in His Spirit had given her a new lease on life.
  • by Larry Greider
How good are your decision-making skills? Have you ever wondered “what if I had...”—especially when you didn’t get the outcome you had expected?
  • by Scott Ashley
If we are to understand the whole point of Jesus’ teachings, message and mission, we need to be sure we understand the gospel—the good news—that He taught.
  • by Meredith Keeney
Someone is doing wrong and you feel like you should do something to correct the situation, but what? Is it our place to do anything at all?
  • by David Treybig
As opinions about hell have changed over the years, so have the teachings of many churches. But what does the Bible say?