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The Best Love Letter

The year after the Iron Curtain fell I visited Moscow, Russia, to teach a classroom filled with eager ministerial students. I appreciated the opportunity to invest in their young lives but really missed my wife.

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Religio Laici: A Layman's Faith

Growing up in a Christian home meant that there was never a point in my life when Scripture was not readily available to me. This does not mean that I was continually reading the Bible or had the desire to read it.

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True Students of the Bible Never Finish Their Study

“I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.”—John 15:5

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Saturating the Youngest Hearts with Scripture

Listed below are some ways to plant the seed of God’s Word in children’s hearts so that they, too, might find their hearts saturated with Scripture and enfolded in Christian fellowship.

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Biblical Decision-Making for Teens: The What and the Why

Biblical literacy is crucial for teens. Being biblically literate is of vital importance for Christ followers of every age and shapes the faith of young believers in a way that nothing else can or will.

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The Story Continues

I first fell in love with the Story in a Sunday school class when I was young.

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Speaking the Language

Abstract ideas and experiences can be difficult to relate to or to fully understand until adequate symbols or metaphors are established to bring them into focus. As Christians, we have a distinct message to share.

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One Jesus Painted by Four Artists

The term “Gospel” (euangelion in Greek) means “good news,” and the Gospels tell the story of the good news of Jesus’ life. In the church, we speak quite rightly about Jesus’ life as a unified narrative.

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