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Personally, I experience great joy when I’m intentional in choosing to spend time with God on a daily basis through devotionals. Last year, I read the Bible in a year, using the Discipleship Journal Reading Plan for daily readings in both the Old and New Testaments. Read More

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Written by Brooke Wente

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Can you imagine a world where no one is poor? If there was no physical poverty, and no children suffered from stunted growth due to hunger. People would not beg on street corners, soup kitchens would cease to exist, and no nation would be labeled as a “impoverished”… Read More

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In Matthew 7:12 Jesus says, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." What does the Golden Rule mean, and what wisdom can we gain from studying it? Read More

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It’s planting season in the northern hemisphere. For gardeners like me, spring is the most hopeful time of the year. My garden is full of young plants promising tomatoes, melons, and zucchini by the end of the summer. Of course, not every plant will produce what its seed… Read More

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