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helping the stranded

After Nelson Mandela’s death at the end of 2013, many stories surfaced of his genuine concern for others. In 1950s Apartheid South Africa, Mandela once saw a white woman standing beside her broken car in Johannesburg.... read more »

turning to friends

Redwood trees can grow to incredible heights—some reaching more than 375 feet! Yet most redwoods have a shallow root system that typically burrows less than 10 feet into the ground. So how do the massive redwoods stay... read more »

bridging the chasm

When a supervolcano erupts—and thankfully that’s extremely rare—it leaves behind a massive basin known as a caldera. But they are so huge we tend to overlook them completely. As geophysicist Bob Smith described the... read more »

October 13, 2014

How can we effectively reach and help the poor and broken in the city? ... read more »

His kids

Two teenage Chinese brothers are living with us as they attend school in the US. Since we have three biological sons, my wife and I call Dongyao and Dongpeng our “Chinese sons.” They have loving parents in China, but... read more »

you choose Q: how can I be a blessing to people who don’t know Jesus?

Q: How can I be a blessing to people who do not know Jesus as their Savior? —Grace A: Being a blessing to unbelievers is a matter of being sensitive to their areas of spiritual need and nurturing them through a caring... read more »

flood of justice

“God judges sin because he loathes what it does to us and to others. There is no other motive in God, nothing deeper than His love for us. He wants us to loathe sin, too—and be its executioner. If we won’t, he... read more »

by this all will know . . .

don’t judge?

“Do not judge others” may be the most popular verse in the world. It’s the one phrase from the Bible that everyone seems to know—and often misapply. A former politician continued to text inappropriate photos of... read more »

August 11, 2014

Why is it vital that believers in Jesus present their faith and its claims in a winsome, loving way? ... read more »
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