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A 4-pound promise from God

A 4-pound promise from God

Each newborn is an amazing promise from God. Gazing at their tiny features while holding their snuggly bodies close, you begin to picture their bright future ahead. Now imagine being the mother of a malnourished child who constantly cries from pain and hunger. Your...
How the Gospel transformed a family practicing witchcraft

How the Gospel transformed a family practicing witchcraft

Santeria — a form of modern witchcraft that fuses Catholic practices and African folk beliefs — is prevalent in Cuba. In fact, according to the U.S. State Department, some sources estimate that as many as 80 percent of Cubans practice Santeria. But because of generous...
The people of Venezuela are waiting … for you

The people of Venezuela are waiting … for you

Thousands of Venezuelan protestors are crying out for change. There’s a wild fervor among the crowds. As the country’s economy crumbles, the citizens of this once prosperous nation know they have to do something. The people are tired of waiting. Venezuelans are tired...
5 steps to help your child get better at sharing

5 steps to help your child get better at sharing

My 2-year-old nephew, Emerson, isn’t the best at sharing his toys. But when his new, little sister comes on the scene, he’s going to have to learn really fast. Teaching our children to be selfless and loving toward other kids can be challenging, but it’s an important...
Kids helping kids … how children in your church can save lives

Kids helping kids … how children in your church can save lives

When they say, “It takes a village to raise a child,” they aren’t wrong. Growing up as a pastor’s kid, I was raised not only by my parents, but by a number of Sunday School teachers, youth pastors, and members of the congregation An important ministry of the church is...
One dose of medicine + one booklet equals two cures

One dose of medicine + one booklet equals two cures

Children are dying slow, painful deaths in developing countries. But it’s not from what you might expect. I’m not talking about war or famine — or even the squalid conditions of refugee camps. The killer I’m talking about is parasites. Intestinal worms are common in...
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