Beautiful Chaos Rebekah Gregory, Boston Marathon survivor, gives hope to those who struggle. BY LANDON DICKERSON A GENUINE RING OF excitement scores the tone of a life that has been devastated by abuse, terrorism, and loss greater than most will experience in their lifetime. An abrupt, unexpected voice full of life drives the words that
Light Reflections by CAROL HEIZER Does your life reflect Christ to others? ANY OF US remember having light reflectors on our bicycles when we were youngsters. Reflectors were often round and usually red. Light from the sun bounced off our reflectors to serve as a reminder to others of our presence as we rode our
The Doorstep of Eternity Franklin Graham, son of renowned evangelist Billy Graham, reflects on his father’s final work. by LINDSAY WILLIAMS HE HAS PREACHED THE GOSPEL to more people than any other person in human history. Thanks to his passionate, straightforward delivery, nearly 215 million people in more than 185 countries around the globe have
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Season to Sow Plant seeds of the gospel in the soil God has prepared. by Lorie Looney Keene I have often been asked by well-meaning women, “How can I share my faith in a natural setting?” Typically, this question arises after we have spoken across a coffee table or discussed a shared prayer request for
The Longing for God Alone With a vulnerable look into her own life and the life of King David, Sheila Walsh encourages us to “embrace that ache because it is a sacred space.” by SHEILA WALSH HIS NAME IS BIG BILLY. He’s the teddy bear I’ve had since I was two, and he smiles down
The Life and Loves of Zachary Mason God redeems the losses we see as endings into blessings that go on, and on, and on. by Sarah Bain EXCITEMENT FILLED THE ROOM. The nurse had just announced, “It’s a boy.” Time passed — almost an hour. Family and friends became concerned, gathered in a circle, held
Carol of Lament by Esther Fleece Our teary remembrance doesn’t always have to be full of pain; sometimes the remembering can bring us through pain. HE PHRASE “IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR” always rang true for me during the Christmas season. I love seeing Christmas decorations in homes and department stores, and
Blessed Times All that you have may be more than enough. by Cindi McMenamin I’LL ALWAYS REMEMBER THE DAY I picked up my daughter from her high school on the last day before her Christmas break. Dana was complaining to me of all the things her friends had that she didn’t: new cars driven by