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Conrad Mbewe has a beautiful blog post about Erroll Hulse. It’s worth reading even if you don’t know either man!
Vance Christie continues his series of short historical articles with a look at Corrie Ten Boom.
“No matter where you live, there are men and women longing to set their head on a bed they can call their own. We often think of homelessness as an inner-city problem. We see panhandlers on the street corner or pass a young lady and her dog sitting on a blanket. That’s the image of homelessness fixed in our minds. But in most towns, homelessness looks very different.”
Sam Storms continues his “10 Things” series.
Pastor Hyeon Soo Lim was recently released from North Korea. He was able to speak to his church in Toronto and it was a delight to see that even a very liberal paper like the Toronto Star printed them. “There were many difficult moments but it was during these times that God gave me the strength endure and persevere. There were moments of discouragement, resentment, and grumbling but that soon changed into courage, joy, and thanksgiving. I learned to fully accept all of this as a form of God’s love and discipline to make me stronger. By God’s perfect and sovereign timing, I was released, returned home and here with you today.”
It’s an important question for each of us to answer.
I appreciate the honesty of this article’s author. Because sometimes kids are hard to like.
You have probably bumped into Adam Ford before, either through his comics at Adam4d.com or through his satire at The Babylon Bee. Last year he wrote a guest article and shared some things everyone should know about Christians who struggle with anxiety.
You are the only Bible some people will ever read.—John MacArthur