• Community in Mission | 8/13/2019 | Staff
    Not so long ago the middle of August was still a lazy time to enjoy the last few days of summer. It used to be that Labor Day marked the unofficial end of summer—not so much any more in more places...
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  • The Bible and Culture | 4/19/2019 | Staff
    Unable or unwilling to count the cost. And from the outset knew the die was cast. Derision - Laugh - Loud And in derision laugh at him out loud. The death of… the great I Am.
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  • Christianity.com | 3/6/2019 | Staff
    I recently heard a pastor compliment another church for being a church that was actually moving forward, being “alive” and “contemporary,” brushing away the ecclesiastical cobwebs and making a...
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  • Godspacelight | 12/26/2018 | Staff
    The day after Christmas is a letdown for many of us. Perhaps we are despondent for simple reasons – we didn’t get what we wanted, we ate too much, the day passed too quickly.
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  • samluce.com | 12/19/2018 | Staff
    It will be fine they can try again. I remember saying these words in my head upon hearing that someone we knew had miscarried. By God’s grace, I never said these words aloud.
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  • Anxious Bench | 11/20/2018 | Staff
    Today we’re happy to welcome Karen Johnson to The Anxious Bench. A history professor at Wheaton College, Karen published her first book, One in Christ: Chicago Catholics and the Quest for...
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  • RevGalBlogPals | 10/14/2018 | Staff
    O God of our groaning. O God of our weariness. Wind lest they be scattered by the wind. to keep us company as we cry. Water - Spirits to draw water for our dry spirits. to whisper us back into life.
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  • Tim Challies | 8/10/2018 | Staff
    In the Bible we see both grumbing and lamenting. It seems that one is permitted by God and one is not. So what is the difference? Today I want to take on a question I got from somebody who’s watched...
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  • www.christianpost.com | 8/9/2018 | Staff
    On December 19, 2017, we received the official diagnosis: Alzheimer's disease. While it was terrible news — a literal death sentence — we were not surprised: Dad had been on the decline for months,...
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  • The Aquila Report | 4/19/2018 | Staff
    This place where Jesus experienced forsakenness—this place of ultimate lament—is where we need to come when we are lamenting. When we cry out to God for his help, we can look to the cross and know...
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  • YouthMinistry.com | 2/5/2018 | Rachel Yoder
    Lament, which stems from pain, mourning, and loss, is often viewed in a negative light. But what if we told you that lamenting is actually a core spiritual strength? Join us as we kick-off a...
    237 views idkwatitis
  • WSJ | 12/28/2017 | The Editorial Board
    Andrew Cuomo must be getting nervous. The Democratic Governor is worried enough about federal tax reform’s impact on New York that he says the new law may be “unconstitutional” and his state may...
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  • Leithart | 12/21/2017 | Staff
    Some of the most passionate passages of the Old Testament are lamentations over Moab (Isaiah 15-16; Jeremiah 48). Why so much space and energy for a relatively obscure nation? We can find the reason...
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  • Christ and Pop Culture | 11/14/2017 | Val Dunham
    I could have added my name to the #MeToo social media campaign that began on October 15, but I didn’t. The campaign, which aims to illuminate the full scope of women affected by sexual assault and...
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  • (in)courage | 11/22/2017 | Michele Morin
    Nearly thirty years ago, I married into a family that celebrated Thanksgiving Day with All-American fervor, featuring a day-long gathering and a loaded table. As the new bride, I was eager to prove...
    205 views MonkeyBubble

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