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Stepping Out Beyond Yourself to Notice Someone

Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means caring for orphans and widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you. – James 1:27, NLT Today, I (Dannah) noticed someone. She was a sweet older lady sitting on a park bench, and for some reason God drew me

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Why Should I Join A Small Group?

Written by Drew Moser Who am I? Why am I here? Where am I going? These are deep, beautiful, and complex questions, and they are too important to only share with the voices inside your head. I believe in the ancient practice of intentionally gathering with a few others. Another name for it is the

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A Pocketful of Hope for Mothers – Mother’s Day Giveaway

You love the sweetness in his little smile and the way she wiggles her tiny toes in delight. You love the beautiful chaos that your life has become. And then come the challenges of motherhood. The exhaustion. The frustration. In A Pocketful of Hope for Mothers, Robin Jones Gunn reminds us that as moms, the only

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How to Build Friendships Across Boundaries of Division

by Tim Scott, US Senator and co-author with Trey Gowdy of Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope for a Divided Country If we want to build friendships with people across lines of division, we must focus on what we have in common and not become distracted by what separates us. We do this naturally—and often without even thinking

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The Best Bible Studies for New Believers

You’re a brand-new Christian, and you’re wondering where to start with reading and studying the Bible. It’s overwhelming, to say the least. There are so many books, chapters, and verses—some of which you may be familiar with, some you’ve never heard of (Numbers or Leviticus,* anyone?). But it’s all good—we got you. This is our

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