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How Andrea Recovered from Her Addiction with the Life Recovery Bible

This story is from The Life Recovery Journey by Stephen Arterburn, M.Ed., and David Stoop, Ph.D. My story is not unique. My childhood, sadly, was not unique. It was abusive—physically, mentally, emotionally, and sexually. All that stuff. If you’ve been there, you know it creates heartache and pain that don’t subside. That’s where the drugs

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Tyndale Celebrates This Christmas

Tyndale celebrated the Christmas season with a holiday party on Wednesday, December 14th at Medinah Banquets. Employees enjoyed a classic Christmas meal as they listened to traditional Christmas carols played by Sarah and Philip Han. Tyndale Chairman and CEO Mark Taylor recited poems, including Playing in the Snow by Karla Kuskin, Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by

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Remembering Dr. Kenneth Taylor

Throughout his publishing career, Dr. Kenneth Taylor’s dream was for all peoples of the world to read and understand God’s Word and experience its power at work in their lives. From his earliest children’s books to his generous support of Christian ministry, this vision was (and still is) reflected in his work. Ken Taylor, founder

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Color Your Way to Christmas with All Is Bright

The following advent reading is from All Is Bright by Nancy Guthrie. Bethlehem was a small and unimpressive village, but the prophet Micah had given an amazing prophecy about this little town. “You, O Bethlehem Ephrathah, are only a small village among all the people of Judah. Yet a ruler of Israel will come from you,

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Love, Joy, Peace…Patience? Waiting Well in Advent

From week 1 of Devotions for Advent Waiting doesn’t resonate well in our culture. Our spending habits serve as one good example. Because we need it now, we rack up outlandish debts we may have no plan for repaying. The Christian life is—and always has been—filled with waiting. Whether it was the Old Testament anticipation of

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