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who sinned?

“God has told me why your skin cancer hasn’t been healed,” the woman said to my friend. Really? he thought. Having suffered through two failed operations to remove the cancer from his face, my friend was desperate... read more »

cast your cares . . .

you choose Q: how can i handle chronic pain?

Q: How do I handle physical body pain over the years even though I’ve been praying for help ?  —Joseph A: Chronic pain is a challenge that has a great impact on every aspect of life. There’s no simple... read more »

God forbid it!

This world is fallen and full of suffering. The decaying of this earth is evident all around us, even though todays science tries to convince us that the earth started out as decay and has progressed to its current... read more »

no offense

I’ve been inspired by the book The Next Christians by Gabe Lyons. One of its most profound messages is that Christians who are serious about restoring the broken are not “offended” by their depraved lifestyles. Rather... read more »

July 22, 2013

What has been the most difficult thing you’ve faced in life and how did God lead you through it? ... read more »

bring it on

Australian-born evangelist Nick Vujicic entered the world without arms or legs. Throughout his life, he’s had a deep desire for God to make him whole. Nick has even prayed that he would grow appendages. Once, he and some... read more »

a psalm for the struggle

It was the kind of eatery where you stand in line, place your order, and then step aside to wait for your food to appear. After I did just that, a young man took my place in front of the cash register. He ordered his food by... read more »

you choose Q: why do Christians die of cancer, while unbelievers live?

Q: Why does it seem like people who are not Christians have cancer and live, and ones who are Christians get cancer and die? I’m confused.  —Patricia A: Some religions teach that the suffering we experience in this... read more »

every breath you take

I had never given much thought to the value of a single breath until I encountered 2-week-old Nicole in an orphanage in East Africa. The tiny infant, who fit in the palm of my hand, was born prematurely, abandoned by her... read more »
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