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Sarah Robinson

God Hears!

The summer of 1964, I was five years old, vacationing in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Dad picks up an empty conch shell larger than his own hand, and holds it up like treasured bounty–no cracks or chips. I expect he’ll put it down into his bucket but instead, he fastens the shell to his ear, like…

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Show Me Your Glory

How could my experience possibly help another person? When it is coupled with strength and hope, and when the timing is right, the words of our testimonies can have a lasting impact. I’m currently filling in a “Grandparent’s Journal” for my grandchildren to read one day. The oldest is only seven, but Ava is already…

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Blessed Assurance

When life’s unforeseen troubles suck the wind right out of our sails, life-as-we-know-it can dramatically change direction. A once-predictable hurricane’s trajectory changes course People leave Flash floods inundate homes Loved ones fall ill Relationships sour How do we deal with life’s unexpected curves? One of the ways I’ve recovered from sudden change: let others help.…

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Slowing Down to Practice Fasting

We were created to eat drink and be merry, the Bible says. Going without food or something else you enjoy for any period of time can be tough. Fasting from food when your belly is used to being full can cause a whole series of miserable events: headache, weakness, or just plain feeling ill, like…

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