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Book Review: The Hiding Place

I don’t even know where to start. First, I am a little upset that no one in my 31 years of life made me read this book. Maybe some of you in high school have or are going to…

Them and Us

    The following poem was written by my 16-year-old daughter, Rachel. She wrote it for a class when they were studying World War II. But obviously the thoughts that flowed for her are are timeless. And so timely. My invitation…

Don’t Throw Rocks at Tents!

This past week I was at Youth Conference. It was the best one yet. We had a fun time laughing, yelling, star gazing, eating– the works.  But as we went through the week, I kept having this feeling, something…

Father’s Day for the Fatherless

By Jacqueline White I recently watched my husband write a thoughtful note to his Dad and carefully mail it in time for the upcoming Father’s Day holiday. He seemed so satisfied by this opportunity to express love and appreciation…

How Can I Forgive Someone Who Really Hurt Me? — RUBY ANSWERS

Dear Ruby, I’ve recently recovered from a difficult period of time in my life. I went through depression because of hurtful actions that were directed towards me. It’s been nearly a year, and my grudge against this person has…

Forgiving My Dad

My name is Emma and my story is something that I would like to share with many people so they can learn that no matter what they go through, with God’s help, all things are possible.So I want to…

Pippa the puppy

What My Puppy Taught Me About Being Christlike

My husband and I are the proud pet parents of a new puppy, a four-month-old Australian shepherd and corgi mix named Pippa (she’s just as sweet, obedient, and fluffy as she sounds). From each wag of her snowball-like tail…