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God Speaks Navajo – Fay Edgerton, 1889–1968

God Speaks Navajo – Fay Edgerton, 1889–1968

Diana Lynn Severance

Faye Edgerton, born in 1889, was a joyful child with musical talent whose life was carefree until scarlet fever brought her to the door of death. Faye lost her hearing and realized she had been living a purposeless life apart from God. When she recovered and her hearing returned, Faye praised God and determined to live her life for Him. She trained for work as a missionary at Moody Bible Institute and, in 1918, was sent to Korea by the American Presbyterian Mission. She diligently studied Korean

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Idols of a Mother’s Heart – Introduction

Idols of a Mother’s Heart – Introduction

Christina Fox

When my children were little, I invited a small group of moms to meet at my house each week. We read a book together, discussed it, and prayed together. We were all in the same stage of life: early motherhood. Our children were under five years of age and we were knee deep in childcare, exhaustion, and parenting dilemmas. We often felt helpless and insufficient to the task of motherhood. Those weekly meetings kept us grounded and helped us realize we weren’t alone. We prayed with and for each other

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Meeting and Marrying a Man Devoted to the Lord – Rosalind Goforth, 1864–1941

Meeting and Marrying a Man Devoted to the Lord – Rosalind Goforth, 1864–1941

Dianna Lynn Severance

When she was twenty Rosalind prayed that if the Lord wanted her to marry, He would lead her to a man wholly devoted to the Lord and His service. Rosalind had yielded herself to the Lord when she was twelve. After hearing Alfred Sandham speak at a revival meeting on John 3:16, she stood up at the meeting, publicly confessing Christ as her Master. On the way home, she was told it was foolish to think that she could be certain Christ had received her.

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God Will Take Care of You – Civilla Durfee Martin, 1866–1948

God Will Take Care of You – Civilla Durfee Martin, 1866–1948

Dianna Lynn Severance

Civilla was a schoolteacher married to minister Walter Stillman Martin. Walter taught for a time at Atlantic Christian College in Wilson, North Carolina, while also leading revival meetings. In 1904, the Martins were at the Practical Bible Training School in Lestershire, New York, where Walter was helping the principal put together a song book. One Sunday Walter was scheduled to preach in a church some distance away, but Civilla was not feeling well and could not go.

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Encouraging Children to Think Biblically

Encouraging Children to Think Biblically

Laura Martin

I have five children between the ages of 4 and 14, and as for all of my books, this series came about because I wanted resources for my own children to use. As parents we all have those conversations with our children, either formally in a family worship time, or informally as life happens,about things which affect them on a daily basis. Friendships that are difficult, siblings who are at times hard to love, attitudes about school or chores which are less than honouring to the Lord…

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In The Beginning

In The Beginning

Glen Scrivener

We’ve heard the Bible’s verdict, but what do you believe about ‘the beginning’? It’s a vital issue, but one we rarely consider. So let’s try a little thought experiment: what do you say was there ‘in the beginning’? I realise it’s odd to think like this, but give it a go. In your mind see if you can wind back the cosmic clock into the depths of forever.

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