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From Where Does Your Mom-Strength Come?

In Blog, Devotional by Karen Katulka7 Comments

The other day I saw a video of a woman who looked to be nine months pregnant dead-lifting heavy weights and running up and down hills without tumbling over (like I would). Clearly she stayed fiercely dedicated to exercising throughout her entire pregnancy. I had to laugh, because currently at …

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Secure in Christ

In Blog, Devotional by David Levy6 Comments

Lina Sandell Berg was no stranger to affliction. At the tender age of 12, she lay stricken with a paralysis that confined her to bed. Although physicians had all but given up, God restored her to complete health one Sunday after a time of prayer. Fourteen years later, Lina watched …

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April 22, 2017 | #1716-Yom Hashoah

In Radio/Podcast by FOI Radio0 Comments

Yom HaShoah is a day to stop and remember those whose lives were taken and affected by the holocaust. Chris will tell us a story about one survivor, Abba Kovner, a Jewish man born in Lithuania who help lead a resistance against the Nazis. Abba gave an impassioned speech to …

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It’s the Little Things

In Blog, Devotional by Becky Meissner0 Comments

It’s smiling at sales clerks and thanking them by name (if they are wearing a name tag). It’s asking a waitress how you can pray for her. It’s sewing a button on an elderly friend’s shirt, because his hands shake too much to do it himself. It’s fixing an elderly …

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The Remedy: A Devotion on Isaiah 53:5

In Blog, Devotional by Chris Katulka0 Comments

I don’t know what it is about soup, but when I get sick I lose my appetite for most things––except a bowl of hot soup, preferably chicken noodle. Maybe it’s the hot chicken broth that helps my throat. It just seems to be a go-to remedy when I need some momentary …