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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 …

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The Passover

In Blog, Jewish Culture and Customs by David Levy8 Comments

Christians often ask, “Can you explain the Jewish Passover to me?” For 3,400 years, Jewish people have kept the Passover (Pesach) according to the commandment of God in remembrance of their deliverance from Egyptian slavery and captivity (Exodus 12:14). The book of Exodus explains the story of Passover. The original …

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Unashamed of the Gospel

In Blog, Devotional by Jennifer Miles1 Comment

“What does ‘11Six’ mean?” coworkers would often ask me, pointing to the sticker on the order book in my apron. At the time, I was working as a server at an Applebee’s restaurant in South Jersey. “It’s the logo for a group of my favorite music artists,” I would reply. …