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The Gospel According to Ebenezer Scrooge

Published on December 20th, 2016 | by Austin Bonds

“Scrooge was dead: to begin with.” Wait – Ebenezer Scrooge doesn’t perish in A Christmas Carol, though his harrowing encounters with three supernatural specters likely scared him to death. His partner, Jacob Marley, was the one [&hellip... Read More



7 Gifts To Get For the Rebelutionary Teen

Published on December 19th, 2016 | by Jaquelle Crowe

T’is the season for gift lists galore. Gifts for the home cook or the movie buff or the traveler. Gifts for your best friend, gifts for your nephews and nieces, gifts for your parents. This is [&hellip... Read More



3 Practical Ways To Stay Centered on Jesus at Christmas

Published on December 15th, 2016 | by Nathan Park

In 1965 a traditional seasonal cartoon was released on TV: “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” The program depicts an 8-year-old boy named Charlie Brown who is trying to understand the meaning of Christmas. Yet he searches for [&hellip... Read More



How can I prepare for long-term missions?

Published on December 14th, 2016 | by Discussion Questions

ANONYMOUS WRITES: I believe I am called to the mission field. I haven’t had a vision or anything, but Jesus says to go in his word and that’s enough (it holds more authority that way anyway). [&hellip... Read More



Your Value is Found in Christ Alone

Published on December 9th, 2016 | by Katelyn Skrdlant

You are valuable. This is something I had a hard time accepting. I thought other people had value, but when it came to believing it for myself, I struggled. As I grew older, I realized that [&hellip... Read More



Should we forgive ourselves?

Published on December 8th, 2016 | by Discussion Questions

OLIVIA WRITES: If we know God has forgiven us, should we forgive ourselves? If we are supposed to, how do we do it? A friend recently asked this question, and I’m wondering if other people might [&hellip... Read More

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