Humble Evangelism
by Wes Simmons

For some reason, we have bought into the idea that it is ultimately our job to convince people that they need Jesus, but at the same time we are unwilling to share with them why we need Him.

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by Ed Finn

For Danny Ludeman, God’s call came in the form of a letter. In the fall of 2013, Ludeman, then 56, announced he would step down after 15 years as CEO of St. Louis–based Wells Fargo Advisors. In a subsequent interview …

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A Healthy Estate
by Alan Dowd

Adam was not alone. The earth was teeming with living things. But that was the problem: none of those living things were like him, none were suitable for him, none could heal his aloneness.

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For Every Tribe
by Zoe Erler

A church of about 170 nestled in one of Dayton’s affluent, largely white suburbs, South Dayton Presbyterian doesn’t seem the most natural location for an outreach to non-English speakers.

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Dads, Duty, and Dreams
by Alan Dowd

Like all good dads, like all good husbands, Joseph put his family first. He sacrificed for them in big and small ways.

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