Magazine Issue: Spring 2008

Small but Significant

Small but Significant

That is the point: we are not alone. And though we are small, He is big.…
March 1, 2008

Jesus in Trinitarian Perspective

Consider Jesus as the example of the dependent, Spirit-filled life in this excerpt from Jesus in…
March 1, 2008
Woman and man standing in front of a wall filled with bulletins to read

Mixed Ministry: Working as Brothers and Sisters in an Oversexed Society

n an excerpt from their next book, Mixed Ministry: Working as Brothers and Sisters in an…
March 1, 2008

Surviving Toxic Leaders

Dr. Kenneth Gangel defines what a toxic leader looks like and why people work for them…
March 1, 2008

Love: God Cares for the Smallest of Us

Do you ever feel insignificant? A look at Psalm 8 reveals God’s thoughts about His Creation—and…
March 1, 2008

Prayers That God Answers

At times our prayers can feel like helium balloons that disappear into the sky, and we…
March 1, 2008
Reading God's Lips

Reading God’s Lips

“No, no, no, wrong place. Keep looking. You’re getting warmer.” That’s the idea some have when…
March 1, 2008

The Impromptu Tongue

God is concerned about the smallest details of our lives, including how we use that tiny…
March 1, 2008

Trading Places

A dark cell. Rancid food. Angry guards. In this fictional story a prisoner longs for home,…
March 1, 2008
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