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Polycarp  – Faithful unto Death

Polycarp – Faithful unto Death

David Luckman

‘And to the angel of the church in Smyrna write: “The words of the first and the last who died and came to life. I know your tribulation and your poverty… do not fear what you are about to suffer…be faithful unto death and I will give you the crown of life… the one who conquers will not be hurt by the second death”’ Revelation 2:8–11 (ESV).

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Memorable Loss

Memorable Loss

Karen Martin

Do you know someone living with dementia? Most of us will be able to answer yes to this; more people are being diagnosed each day and it is a disease which affects over 850,000 people.

This means that dementia is not only about the person living with the disease – its impact is far more wide–reaching. Memorable Loss is a story of friendship, and how an Alzheimer diagnosis challenged, changed and deepened my friendship with Kathleen.

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Yet to Come

Yet to Come

Deborah Howard

The Apostle Paul, in 2 Corinthians 5:2, says he longs to be clothed with his heavenly dwelling. Do you? Do I? Can we really say with Paul, in the verses that follow, “For while we are in this tent, we groan and are burdened, because we do not wish to be unclothed but to be clothed with our heavenly dwelling.”

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Why I Wrote ‘Bless–ed’

Why I Wrote ‘Bless–ed’

Larry Dixon

Mike’s a really great guy. That’s not his name, but the friend I’m talking about is still a great guy. He would be amused that he has inspired me to write a whole book about him and would probably want a royalty! But this isn’t a book about what Mike has, but about what Mike doesn’t have.

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Why Not You?

Why Not You?

J.M. Gurvsy

We were the most unlikely missionaries. Though I grew up in a serious evangelical family, missionary service was simply not on my radar. Our church welcomed missionaries whenever they visited, and we gave generously to support their labors. But I don’t remember our church ever making a public appeal for members of the congregation to consider going and serving themselves.

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When Mother’s Day is Hard

When Mother’s Day is Hard

Dayspring MacLeod

I can still remember how much I dreaded Mother’s Day.

I remember what it felt like to ‘mute’ friends on social media when they shared a few too many pregnancy–update photos.

There were too many bedrooms in our new house. There were too many needles involved in the prospect of IVF. There were too many years on the clock.

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