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Do You Play the Part?

Many of us have constructed a private world in our lives that we don’t want anyone else to see. This veiled world could include behaviors and choices we’re not ready to share or discuss with others.

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A Legacy of Letters: How H. F. Reynolds and Phineas Bresee Built a Denomination through Correspondence

Hiram (H.F.) Reynolds was an adept and prolific composer of virtually every sort of written communication—notices and articles for denominational publications, pithy telegrams conveying urgent information at the least possible cost, detailed news

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Life's Entanglements

Growing up, I had a deeply ingrained mental list of all the things I wasn’t supposed to do. I was not allowed to swear or use other “questionable” words.

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Freedom in Christ

In reading the current November/December edition of Holiness Today on human sexuality, you may find yourself asking, “What has happened that caused us to be considering the issues we are facing both in society and the church?” For some, t

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Oblivious to the Warning Light

The worst way to deal with a “check engine” light is to put a piece of tape over it and pretend it doesn’t exist. Maybe you have done this at some point or know someone who has.

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An Authentic Faith

One Sunday afternoon many years ago, my wife and I asked our sons what they learned in Sunday School.

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Consider

The concept of gathering has taken many new forms over the last few weeks as many of us around the world seek a way forward for our churches. This new reality has made me wonder: Why do you go to your church?

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Loving an Unseen Savior

I have never seen Christ, the object of my supremest love and joy. His name enwraps an inexplicable mystery, yea, many of them. I love a person as I love no other being.

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