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Kevin East, foster father, argues, "We are called to defend, to rescue, and to encourage the oppressed."
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The content and message of a film is far more important than its rating.
Article | Emotional Health >
 
Helpful ideas on working through tough times.
Article | Inspiration >
 
Philip Yancey, author of "The Question That Never Goes Away," talks with FaithVillage about pain, suffering, Newtown, Japan, Sarajevo, natural disasters, and the Christian response to suffering.
Article | Bible Study >
 
Author and Professor David T. Lamb looks at Psalm 119:49 and wonders what we all likely have: Does God forget things?
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
In peace I will lie down and sleep, for you alone, LORD, make me dwell in safety.  (Psalm 4:8) In the last post, I talked about making each day count […]
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Compassion is something that is hard wired into the DNA of a follower of Christ. For what Christ has done and how He has first loved us (1 John 4:19), if we are followers of Him, loving others and having compassion on them is a must. How could we respond
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Today I’m especially thankful for friendship and love… and migraines and Mary. Migraines, you might ask? Yes, I would answer… those oppressive, nauseating headaches that make me want to sleep so I can’t feel them–or at least be in a dark room with no sound. I’m than…
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Today’s blog is a Mother’s Day guest post (well, actually I stole it from her website so I guess it’s more of a hijacked post) from someone very special to me–my mom. Not only does this post introduce you to some of my cherished family legacy, it also introduces you
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Today’s blog is a Mother’s Day guest post (well, actually I stole it from her website so I guess it’s more of a hijacked post) from someone very special to me–my mom. Not only does this post introduce you to some of my cherished family legacy, it also introduces you