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Healing and Hope for Victims of Violence

An Interview with Chris Keith

Stalking, rape, harassment, trauma, murder . . . these words represent the enormous reality that domestic violence has become a global epidemic. The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence defines domestic violence as . . . Willful intimidation, physical assault, battery, sexual assault, and/or other abusive behavior as part of a systematic pattern of power and […]

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Courage for an Unknown Season

An Interview with Jan Silvious

It’s something we all long to possess yet it’s one of the rarest qualities to find. I’m talking about COURAGE. Courage is the internal fortitude to keep moving forward in the face of fear, hardships, and challenges. Courage enables us to cultivate endurance and resilience; it is the by-product of a tenacious spirit. Professional life […]

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Love That Lasts

An Interview with Jefferson and Alyssa Bethke

Dating, romance, marriage, sex . . . are you satisfied with your relationships, or do you long for something better? In an “anything-goes” culture that promotes sexual freedom, we are flooded with photoshopped pictures, pornography, sexting, and casual hook-ups. Addictions are spiraling out of control, the #METOO outcries are louder than ever, and relationships that […]

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The Power of a Renewed Mind

An Interview with James E. Ward Jr.

Victims are speaking up and being heard like never before. Slammed across news channels and social media sites are horrific stories of bullying, inappropriate sexual behavior, domestic violence, and human trafficking, to name just a few. While these experiences are horrible, they offer something revolutionary. Raised in the deep south, James E. Ward Jr. never […]

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Wisdom for the Anxious

An Interview with Amy Simpson

Without question, anxiety is a pervasive problem in today’s world. We are bombarded with fear-laden messages of unrest and uncertainty, leading most of us to get all entangled with confusing, anxious thoughts. Instead of taking things to the Lord and finding rest, we habitually ruminate over what we cannot control—which only makes things worse. Amy […]

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How to be a Light in the Darkness of Trafficking

An Interview with Naomi Zacharias

It is a dark and difficult subject to talk about. It is also one of the most imperative subjects the church must deeply discuss. That is, the subject of human trafficking. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation . . . Human trafficking, believed to be the third-largest criminal activity in the world, is a […]

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Fresh Hope for YOU and the Church

An Interview with Brad Hoefs

When you hear the word church, what comes to mind? Do words like comfort, connection, authenticity, excitement, joy, acceptance, or support surface? Or do words like . . . Condemnation Judgment Rejection Fear Chastisement Anger Bubble up? Our world today is desperate for hope. The church is the community God ordained to offer the hope […]

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