When the Son Shines
When the Son Shines
Elijah Dean · Sep 23 1 minute read

A 138-pound cabbage, 65-pound cantaloupe, and a 35-pound broccoli are just a few examples of the large vegetables grown in Alaska. Because the sun shines for...

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.

Go!
Go!
Elijah Dean · Sep 7 1 minute read

"Go" is the shortest, grammatically correct sentence in English. This word tends to propel us forward, encourages us, tells us to do something, particularly for us to move, to act. And that is what God is...

Lord, Give Me Patience!
Lord, Give Me Patience!
Lisa Lothian · Aug 26 2 minute read

I don't know about anyone else, but I am finding it increasingly difficult to exercise patience. The older I get, the less patience I seem to possess. This became glaringly obvious while taking on the task of writing this article.

Will You Light Your Tiki Torch With Me?
Will You Light Your Tiki Torch With Me?
Anthony J. Castelbuono · Aug 20 1 minute read

Did you know that you can buy tiki torches that range from $5 to over...

Hear the Rain!
Hear the Rain!
Don MacLafferty · Aug 16 4 minute read

It is one thing to boldly exercise your faith in front of a crowd. That is scary and difficult. Elijah could have lost his life. But to pray in the secret place for what God already told you will come to pass and receive nothing in return is another danger. Elijah could have lost his...

New Resources: August 2021
New Resources: August 2021
Time to Get Ready Team · Aug 4 1 minute read

You and your students are both on God’s heart! Every student in your classroom is precious to the King of Kings. May no student nor teacher be left behind when Jesus comes to take us home! Schools in Discipleship: A Field Manual gives practical tools to:

Who's Your Anchor?
Who's Your Anchor?
Elijah Dean · Jul 22 1 minute read

The clam has a foot, which is used to dig down into the sand, where it can burrow. The foot can also be used to push the clam along in the sand or used as an...

The $1000 Sabbath Challenge
The $1000 Sabbath Challenge
Martin Kim · Jul 22 7 minute read

The longing desire of Satan’s heart is to be worshiped. This should come as no surprise, as the Bible tells us that the devil even had the audacity to ask Jesus to bow down and worship him (see Matthew 4:9). Satan desperately wants to be worshiped but knows that no one in his or her right mind is going to bow down and worship him. Therefore, he gets himself a front man, called...

Saved From the Deep
Saved From the Deep
Gillian Bethel · Jul 7 8 minute read

Then, Bob’s life took an unexpected and serious turn. He was arrested and charged with reckless driving and possession of drugs. Just being arrested on a drug charge was enough for him to lose his rank and be suspended from duties because, on patrol, he was responsible for nuclear weapons. While he was in custody, he prayed in desperation, “God, if You get me out of this, I’ll become...

Why Does Carnal Christianity Exist?
Why Does Carnal Christianity Exist?
Helmut Haubeil · Jul 1 3 minute read

Carnal Christianity. What is it and why does it exist? What contributes to someone being a carnal Christian? The following factors or reasons are things which can lead to carnal Christianity...

A National Revival (Part 4 of 4)
A National Revival (Part 4 of 4)
Travis Dean · Jun 29 8 minute read

Throughout history, God’s messengers, as imperfect humans, were often disappointed and discouraged when things did not go as expected, even though they were following God’s plan and holding expectations inspired by God Himself. They were tested and tried. Thankfully, by God’s grace, the faith of Miller and the biblical revivalists remained steadfast unto the end, and they overcame their disappointments.