It was Love

We all need good role models at every stage of life, not just in our youth. I gravitate toward those whose race is won, as the hymn says. It’s important to me that a person walks the walk that they passionately claim to believe in and talk about. And it’s equally important to me that […]

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Lest We Forget

Written by a Romanian Jew, translated into 65 languages, distributed throughout the world (by the millions), used by the Vietnamese house church as a survival guide after the fall of South Vietnam, Tortured for Christ continues to strike the warning bell for Western Christians that “all who live godly in Christ Jesus will be persecuted.” […]

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Katharina Luther: Nun, Rebel, Wife in Review

Would it be too much to say that part of being human is to love a good story? I believe we were created with the ability to learn significant truths from the stories we read and hear, often times unaware that anything at all has transpired. But then the bits and pieces come together over […]

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Wild and Romantic: A Glimpse into the Life of Ann Hasseltine Judson

When someone dies at the age of 37, whether we knew them or not we usually think of it as a great tragedy. That tragedy is founded on the belief that every life holds promise—for some extraordinarily so—but an untimely death snuffs out all that could have been. Yet, there are those whose short lives […]

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