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A 138-pound cabbage, 65-pound cantaloupe, and 35-pound broccoli are just a few examples of the large vegetables grown in Alaska. Because the sun shines for 19 hours a day in the Alaskan summer, those extra hours allow produce to grow larger.1 In our spiritual lives, don’t we often tend to have little or no time for God? The more we spend focused, unrushed time alone with Him, we will grow and flourish in His love more, and be filled to overflowing with His Spirit (2 Peter 3:18).

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Reborn: The Real Miracle of the 21st Century
Reborn: The Real Miracle of the 21st Century
Gregory Carey · Sep 29 6 minute read

As technology leaps forward, change seems inevitable. Regardless of this fact, one thing has remained the same throughout the span of time. And that is human nature. Is there anything or anyone who can bring about real and lasting change in human nature?

Fried Lentil Salad
Fried Lentil Salad
Jessica Vierra · Sep 28 2 minute read

Quick and easy to make, this salad has a depth of flavor that will have you making it again. Dark leafy greens like spring mix or baby kale add high amounts of vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals. This dish is tasty with some garlic bread, avocado toast, or whole grains such as brown rice, millet, and quinoa.

I Should Have Died: Life After Golf
I Should Have Died: Life After Golf
Anthony R. Castelbuono · Sep 23 4 minute read

I remember striding quickly to my car, putting my golf clubs in the trunk, opening my door, and getting in…and then I lost consciousness. One hour went by while I sat in my car, not aware of anything.

A Broken Heart for the Lost
A Broken Heart for the Lost
Melody Mason · Sep 20 6 minute read

“Praying Hyde” had such an all-consuming burden for the salvation of souls that he would not stop praying until God brought another soul, and then another, to the truth. At one time, he was convicted that he needed to pray for at least one soul a day for the following year. It was an extraordinary prayer challenge, and some even mocked his goal . . .

Mission to Maasai Land — Journey of Miracles
Mission to Maasai Land — Journey of Miracles
Debi Tesser · Sep 17 8 minute read

As a child, I dreamed of going to Africa as a missionary — never anywhere else — not Australia, Argentina, or Austria, always Africa. While God had given me a love for Africa, at that age I did not realize that it was His calling, His plan for me.

Piles of Stones: Stories of God's Leading
Piles of Stones: Stories of God's Leading
Jane Holmes · Sep 15 3 minute read

Each pile of stones in the Bible tells a story of God’s redemptive work. Each pile of stones sheds light on God's goodness in the past, gives comfort in the present, and provides hope for the future. In his book Come Home, Pastor Don MacLafferty calls our attention to the significance of these altars, these “piles of stones.”

Running With Endurance
Running With Endurance
Stephanie McNeilus · Sep 13 4 minute read

It was March of 2020, and I had just completed a 15-mile run in preparation for my first marathon set to happen in May. Tired and sore, I limped inside for some rest. March of 2020 was a pivotal month! Not only because I completed the longest run I had ever attempted, but also because of the international lockdown that brought the whole world to a stop.

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
Chocolate Hazelnut Spread
Monica Hurtado · Sep 9 2 minute read

This rich and decadent hazelnut spread delivers amazing flavor without using refined sugars. This spread is so delicious you will want to eat the whole jar in one sitting!

Family Worship
Family Worship
Time to Get Ready Team · Sep 8 1 minute read

Family Worship is the theme for the Get Ready Magazine this month. Are you ready to experience God's power in your family? Jesus wants to turn your family life into...

The Vegetarian Edge
The Vegetarian Edge
Vicki Griffin · Sep 7 5 minute read

Americans are suffering from a great burden of disease that is rooted in lifestyle. Seventy percent of chronic diseases and ailments—including a third of all cancers—are related to diet. The journey toward improved health, energy, mood, and weight may be as close as your garden—or your local produce department.

Burglar in the Basement
Burglar in the Basement
Jaël Naomie · Sep 3 2 minute read

To his shock Dr. Chartiable felt cold, hard metal pressed against the back of his head and heard a strange voice command him to, “Freeze!” A burglar had found his way into the church. The burglar’s gun was now bearing down on the elder’s skull. Dr. Charitable, who has a quiet spirit and is a man of few words, fell to his knees and started to pray.

Island Summer Salad
Island Summer Salad
Selah M. Lee · Aug 30 2 minute read

This delightful summer salad combines delicious flavors and textures to please any palate and is hearty enough to satisfy the appetite as a main dish. The juice from the mango mixed with fresh mint gives this salad a refreshing flavor. The plantain enhances the sweetness of the salad, and the roasted chickpeas add a delightful crunch!