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The God-Dream that Saved a Drought Stricken Farm

By: Tania HarrisJarrod was an Australian farmer facing the worst drought of his life. For months he had done everything to steward his resources and use best practises to manage the farm that is home to his wife and their six children.The fight to stave off depression was a daily one. Farmers...

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The Hardest Work You’ll Ever Do

By: Dr Eliezer GonzalezWhat’s the hardest work you’ve ever done? Perhaps it was when you were asked to do something at school or at work that was beyond your skill level. Perhaps it was some really physical work on a blistering hot day. Perhaps it was giving birth.But none of those...

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What Are You Worth?

By: Danni SynotI don’t know about you, but I love a good milkshake. Anything from plain vanilla, strawberry or chocolate, to a berry milkshake with all the lashings of cream, ice cream, and butterscotch brittle.A few years ago I was diagnosed with a heap of food intolerances, which meant I...

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When God’s Timing Tests Your Trust

By: Jennie ScottMy phone rang, and when I glanced at the caller, immediately my heart began to pound. The illuminated screen showed the caller was the school district I had just interviewed with, so the news would be either very good or very bad.Either they wanted me or they didn’t. This...

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How To Be Happy (According to Jesus)

By: Dr Eliezer GonzalezHow happy are you? Every person who’s ever been born into this world has pursued happiness, but not all have found it. Here’s the secret.Before Jesus preached the Sermon on the Mount, the Bible says that “he saw the crowds” (Matt 5;1). He saw them as...

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The Words We Receive

By: Susan BrowningThere’s a dialogue in my mind, a culmination of words I’ve heard over the years said about me, spoken to me and the conversation I have with myself. The minor declarations in the hurt of a moment when repeated create the pathway to edify our inability and lack of self...

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Why Mending What’s Broken Always Means Moving

By: Jennie ScottI lay immobile on the operating table. Numb from the chest down, I could only watch as nurses draped the sterile field of my abdomen with blue cloth. They counted gauze strips and scalpels, forceps and scissors. They prepared my body for the birth of my child, a birth in which I...

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You Are Not Alone in The Journey of Life

By: Dr Eliezer GonzalezThere are a few snippets of the Bible that most people know, whether they are Christians or not. One of these is Psalm 23, the Shepherd’s Psalm, which begins, “The Lord is my shepherd…”The psalm describes the journey of a shepherd and his sheep. If...

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