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Redemption

Redemption

Luke H. Davis

Our family felt both excitement and anxiety. In June 2008, we were flying halfway around the world for our son’s Make–A–Wish trip to Germany. We were overjoyed to be going to a place we’d never been. And yet, the fact we’d never been to Germany caused our nerves to erupt. How would we get our train tickets to go on our various outings? Would there be restaurants within walking distance of our hotel in Berlin? So many other questions popped up even before we boarded our flight for Germany. We were g

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Four of Satan’s Favorite Tactics

Four of Satan’s Favorite Tactics

Joe Barnard

One of the events that contributed to the Union army winning the Civil War occurred when a Yankee soldier found a detailed copy of Robert E. Lee’s orders for the Antietam campaign on a cigar wrapper. The wrapper quickly passed through the ranks until Northern officers found themselves holding a cheat–sheet to victory. A subtle and cunning enemy is far easier to counter when you know with precision what his next move will be.

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5 Ways to Help Someone with Depression

5 Ways to Help Someone with Depression

Paul Ritchie

The support group, AWARE, states that in the Republic of Ireland one in ten people are suffering the symptoms of depression at any given time. The figures are likely to be similar in the United Kingdom. That being the case, you can be sure that there are probably more people in your church who struggle with depression and anxiety than you realize. So, how can you help them?

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Why It Has Taken Us 18 Years to Publish This Book

Why It Has Taken Us 18 Years to Publish This Book

Willie MacKenzie

I had been with Christian Focus Publications for a year or two when I pulled into the leafy campus of Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts in late Autumn 2002. Coming from the Highlands of Scotland I was something of an innocent when it came to understanding the intricacies of the different tribes of US Evangelicalism. I knew what CFP stood for but was in the process of discovering where we fitted.

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Better Than We Dreamed

Better Than We Dreamed

Simona Gorton

As I climbed into the astonishing life of Elaine Townsend, I found myself captivated by the picture of a woman whose insatiable craving for God, delight in people, and vivacity of life challenged all modern notions of stodgy missionary women. Elaine herself would have been glad of this.

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Phil Johnson on ‘Five Half–Truths’

Phil Johnson on ‘Five Half–Truths’

Phil Johnson

John MacArthur once said, “Half–truth? That’s a lie. I’d rather they call it a half–lie. It’s a lie intended to cover up or mislead.” Spurgeon would have agreed. He wrote, “The whole truth is wholesome. But a part of the truth may mislead, and cause us to make as great errors as if we had believed a falsehood. Half the truth is a lie.”

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Is Our Play Godly or Godless?

Is Our Play Godly or Godless?

John Perritt

FOR many, Tom Brady is considered to be one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game of football. He is equally loved and loathed by any who follow the National Football League. Whether or not you are a lover or hater of Brady, his name will inevitably find its way into a discussion on elite quarterbacks.

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