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Bitter Grapes

by Amy Hanley When my kids were in the elementary years we would all eagerly anticipate Easter Sunday.  Eggs were dyed and decorated,  the resurrection story told at dinner devotions, fun craft projects completed, Easter baskets prepared and new spring clothes ready to ...

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Cheap Imitation

by Shelly Hernandez Churchianity vs. Christianity Works vs. Grace. A son born of human effort vs. a son born as God’s own fulfillment of his promise Slavery vs. Freedom Realistically speaking, these  ideas are complete ...

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I Lost to the Joneses

by Columba Lisa Smith Keeping up with the proverbial Joneses didn’t work out for me. I really tried. But divorce changed the whole picture. As a young believer in my 20s, I ...

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Overflowing Grace

by Carol Nicolet Loewen One hundred twenty-five years of ministry. This weekend was a time to celebrate God’s grace in the familial life of Twin Lakes Church. And celebrate we did! Slide ...

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Beauty from Ashes

by Rebecca Krusee Although it’s been 43 years, I still remember it like it was yesterday. My dad bent down on one knee with our garden hose gripped in his right ...

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Who’s Your Daddy?

by Barbara Taylor “Go home, little girl,” I heard them say as I groggily awoke from a daily nap.  “You are such a cute little girl.  Your parents are certainly missing ...

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How Does Loss Feel?

by Karen O'Connor My husband Charles is in transition—preparing for his departure from earth and his entry into heaven. The process is new and strange to watch and it brings new ...

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