Faith & Inspiration

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Our times leave us hard-pressed but not crushed

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | I was disheartened—and confused—after I learned that Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican and professing Christian, vetoed a bill that would have…

The Gardener desires fruit

The Gardener desires fruit

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | In this first unfurling of spring, when my father is out back again finding his trowel and hoe, here are a few thoughts on the Gardener. The Father is the…

Neutrality is not so admirable

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Terrorism | For the first 20 seconds you think about it, political neutrality is admirable. Not taking sides in a conflict between belligerents is thought—for a…

True love language

True love language

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | I have found true love on a language learning website, and we have been spending time together ever since, a half hour every night. I had heard about how good…

Poring over Mom’s recipe for Roberto’s Chicken

Poring over Mom’s recipe for Roberto’s Chicken

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | I have in my hands a tattered scrap of paper with a handwritten recipe for Roberto’s Chicken. I came upon it by happenstance. It reads like this: 3 lb cut up

‘You can’t know something until you know it’

By Chelsea Boes
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Parenting | In college I had a mentor who taught me many things I cannot put into words. But one of those things she put into words herself, and I have never forgotten…

Modeled and muddled

Modeled and muddled

By Marvin Olasky
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Faith & Inspiration | Recognizing foolishness, containing sin

Campaign folly

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Campaign 2016 | Biblical truths and the success of a self-absorbed boaster

When personality quirks become sinful

When personality quirks become sinful

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | I have noticed that in relationships there tends to be an alpha person and a beta person. The negative side of the stereotypical alpha person is a tendency to…

A useful division

A useful division

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | A useful division to keep in the mind is between the things you can do something about and the things you can’t do something about. Keep that bifurcation in mind…

God’s interest in every aspect of our lives

God’s interest in every aspect of our lives

By Bill Newton
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Faith & Inspiration | We often invite people over for dinner. My wife cleans and prepares our home and decorates the table beautifully, and I shut the garage doors. Why? Our garage…

Envisioning beautiful things

Envisioning beautiful things

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | Is it me, or are we all suffering more than ever, “groaning” along with all creation (Romans 8:22) under the weight of a fallen world that’s creaking…

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