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Transgender was convincing as a man, but Jesus restored her womanhood

From her earliest memories growing up in Hillsboro, Oregon, KathyGrace Duncan wanted to be a boy. A painful home life reinforced her inclinations, but after she became a follower of Jesus, He led her gently by the hand to a place of healing and wholeness.

What Is the Pivotal Factor in Reformation?

What needs to occur for a reformation of thinking in our day?One of the most important things is a person’s view of God. Anthony Mathenia explains in this video that if we were to have a reformation of thinking in our day, we would need to realize that as A.W. Tozer said...

The Veteran’s Bus Ride

Only one other passenger climbed aboard for the long bus ride that evening—a scruffily-dressed man, who was heading back to an alcohol addiction facility.

When past events affect present situations

Part 2 of an interview with Kim Vogel Sawyer, Author of Bringing Maggie Home Read part 1 here.

Trump officials finalizing Israeli peace plan

The Trump administration is completing a draft of an Israeli-Palestinian peace proposal based on a two-state solution, according to The New York Times.

Victims at First Baptist Church in Texas, Not Just Murdered - They Were Martyred

Many Americans especially Christians are now struggling to wrap their minds around the horrific slaughter of worshipers from the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs, Texas.

Does anyone still preach the Gospel? By the way, what is the Gospel?

Lenita Reeves

Since children's Sunday school, they taught us that the Gospel is "the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ." But when we preach the Gospel, is that all we are supposed to articulate? Sometimes you wonder, "Does anybody still preach even that much?"

Posted 11/17/17 at 2:36 PM Hooked on Purpose

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of a classic American novel

Audra Jennings

Part 1 of an interview with Nancy LeSourd, Publisher of Gilead Publishing’s Evergreen Farm imprint about Catherine Marshall’s Christy

Posted 11/20/17 at 12:28 PM Food for the Soul

Ritual, Relationships and Rest

Audra Jennings

Part 1 of an interview with Melissa Spoelstra, Author of Total Christmas Makeover As Melissa Spoelstra studied the Book of Numbers while writing her Bible study on the topic, she noticed three elements included in the festivities and began thinking about how she could apply them.

Posted 11/20/17 at 12:23 PM Food for the Soul

Christian dating: How difficult is it to find love online?

Mark John

While finding love is never a particularly easy task, it can be even more difficult when faith plays a large part in our lives. Anyone who uses social media will most probably be aware of the pitfalls that lay before us while we are waiting to be hit by Cupid’s bow.

Posted 11/20/17 at 11:28 AM News Section

The Wedding - Part 4 : The Victory of the Bride

olabode ososami

There are struggles for the Bride of Christ, the Church - but the Church has grace to be victorious through it all.

Posted 11/19/17 at 1:27 PM Recession-proof Christian Life

Cancer, Faith, and Unexpected Joy

Audra Jennings

Part 1 of an Interview with Becky Baudouin, Author of Cancer, Faith and Unexpected Joy “I’ve taught you how to live; now I want to teach you how to die. You don’t have to be afraid.” When Becky Baudouin’s mother spoke those words to her, they weren't said lightly.

Posted 11/16/17 at 11:48 AM Food for the Soul
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