Sarah Ivill on 02/01/2023

Joy in Suffering

by Sarah IvillIs it difficult for you to think about joy and suffering in the same sentence? Normally, when we are in the middle of suffering, we just want it to be over. Think of the woman who feels betrayed by her best friend, or the wife who feels betrayed by her husband. Consider the mother who

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Stephen Unthank on 01/29/2023

Romans 8: A Little Help From Milton

by Stephen Unthank“For the creation was subjected to futility, not willingly, but because of him who subjected it, in hope that the creation itself will be set free from its bondage to corruption and obtain the freedom of the glory of the children of God.” – Romans 8:20-21 In John Milton’s classic

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Jacob Tanner on 01/28/2023

Promise: If You Persevere Under Trial, You Will Be Rewarded

by Jacob TannerRemodeling a home (or church) is hard work. Not only does it take a great deal of planning, hard work, blood (if you happen to be accident prone), sweat, and even tears. There are often unforeseen trials that accompany the work, like leaky pipes, rotted wood, and poorly run wires that

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Simonetta Carr on 01/25/2023

Francis Turretin and His Love for Biblical Truth

by Simonetta CarrFrancis Turretin and His Love for Biblical TruthFrancis, the third of the seven children of Benedetto and Louise Turretin[1], was born on October 17, 1623 and named after his paternal grandfather. Recognizing the boy’s exceptional intelligence, Benedetto encouraged his studies. But

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