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In The World—September 17, 2017

In The World—September 17, 2017
September 17, 2017 No Comments »

By Melissa Wuske Turkish Christian Kept from His Daughter Byram is a Christian who grew up as a Muslim in Turkey. Now, as a result of his faith, his wife won’t allow him to see their daughter. Byram came to ... Read More »

Whispers in the Wind—Life Application for September 24, 2017

Whispers in the Wind—Life Application for September 24, 2017
September 17, 2017 No Comments »

By David Faust Wind is commonplace. You barely give it a thought when a gentle summer breeze cools your skin, or when 20-mile-per-hour winds make a tall tree sway. Wind is powerful. Harness it and you can generate electricity and ... Read More »

Superintendent Spreads Hope to Students and Staff

Superintendent Spreads Hope to Students and Staff
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By Lindsey Bell When my oldest child started school, I was nervous. Would he make friends? What if someone broke his heart or didn’t include him? I was accustomed to spending nearly every moment with him, so this was an ... Read More »

Spirit-Filled Heart—The Uniform Lesson for September 24, 2017

Spirit-Filled Heart—The Uniform Lesson for September 24, 2017
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By Dr. Mark Scott A chiasm (or chiasmus) is a literary device named after the Greek letter “chi,” which looks like an “X.” A chiasm is a crosswise arrangement writing style of words or concepts that repeats things in reverse ... Read More »

He Makes Me Lie Down—Life Application for September 17, 2017

He Makes Me Lie Down—Life Application for September 17, 2017
September 10, 2017 No Comments »

By David Faust If you are a parent you probably can relate to the following scene. A weary mom tells her toddler, “You need to lie down and take a nap.” The child retorts, “But I’m not tired.” And the ... Read More »

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