Making Dead Things New

Making Dead Things New | Read Cook Devour

You likely know the satisfaction of dragging a wet rag over a surface caked with grime and watching the slick, shiny reveal of something clean. Something inside you trills at the spellbound delight sweeping over a child’s face when you return their broken toy in working order. Restoration is intrinsically gratifying. A fresh coat of […]

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When Sunday Morning No Longer Feels Like Church

When Sunday Morning No Longer Feels Like Church

Gathering corporately as God’s church is not as glorious as it once was with the current technological hurdles and health-conscious minutiae. Knowing whether someone is smiling or scowling makes a significant difference in our interaction with them—and we are left to guess. Signals of welcome and warm regard, such as a hearty handshake or friendly […]

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Shining Light on Lukewarm Living

Shining Light on Lukewarm Living

Written by Jill Redling, edited by Stephanie Smith It’s good to be angry about bad things. It’s good to wrestle with God on behalf of his people. What started for me as a simple prayer a year ago, has turned out to be a spiritual transformation. I prayed that God would give me someone to […]

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