By Lee Taylor. Sometimes we can look at our work as being closely aligned with one of the great attributes of God or one of the names used in the Bible to refer to who He is. Sometimes it is easier to link our work to what He does. In our daily work, we each see unique facets of God’s character and of His great works.
By Bryan Chapell. Like the headlight of a train piercing the foggiest night, God’s vision penetrates the darkness we face. He sees the problems. He knows the pain. Year after year the Easter train comes. Each time it passes it roars anew Christ’s victory and our hope.
By Michael F. Ross. Careful study of the history of revivals and the Book of Acts in particular, will show us that prayer-partnership in prayer-is the seedbed of revival. History will also show that preachers-the clergymen-have so often been used by God to usher in revivals. Naturally, then, pastors should today be leading in a partnership of prayer.
By Frank Barker. How seriously should we take prayer requests? If Jesus made a prayer request of you as he did of the three, would you take it seriously? Jesus said, “Inasmuch as you did it unto one of the least of these rny brethren, you did it unto me.”
By Kent Johnson. The air around the Women’s Health Clinic was filled with excitement, as pro-life demonstrators prepared for a major battle in the war of wordsand wills surrounding the abortion issue. Across the street at a small park a large group of pro-choice demonstrators had assembled for a counterdemon
By Frederick T. Marsh. These voices argued that abortion would solve a lot of societal problems. Many were swayed to that way of thinking-perhaps the problem population of society could be reduced by abortion and the rest of us would be better off. Abortion has not solved problems. What can we do collectively as the Lord’s people?
By James L. Sauer. Tradition is very human. Tradition transmits and preserves what is good in our past as well as what is bad. In itself, tradition is amoral; it is just human nature linking us with our history. As we lose our traditions we often destroy our sense of identity.
By Wally Grafals. It was obvious that the actions that were easy to take came without much effort. But once such actions required giving more of oneself, the human spirit was reluctant.
By Sharon Kraemer. Most of us probably think of deaf people as simply handi
By Bob Sweet. In our zeal to simplify and reduce things to easily remembered formulas, diagrams, acro