The Blessing of Covenant Baptism
by Robert Orner

When children are born, they enter a dangerous world. Therefore, as we give our children in baptism, we are receiving a powerful gift of hope that God will be our child’s God.

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The Ascension
by Charles Colson

Was Jesus defying the laws of gravity to provide one final proof that He was actually the Son of God? Or was it Jesus’ vertical departure to heaven where He goes to prepare a permanent home for us? If we are to recover the practical import of Jesus’ exaltation for the Christian life, then we must first explore the theological significance of this odd but awesome event.

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Epiphany
: Worshipping Jesus in 2014
by Jason A. Van Bemmel

Christmas is not over yet.

While our rushed, retail-driven culture wants to start the Christmas season in October and end it on Dec. 26, the traditional church calendar extends Christmas until Epiphany.

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Do Unto Others — Everyone, Everywhere
by Ann Kroeker

Jesus commands us to look beyond our own needs to actively serve people the way we’d like to be served — to love our neighbors as ourselves.

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Perseverance of the Saints
by Michael A. Milton

Perseverance of the Saints cannot be reduced to “once saved, always saved.” That phrase does not tell the whole Story of the biblical doctrine.

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