What did it take for Jesus to provide complete and lasting forgiveness, not only for this man, but also for all who came to believe upon Him? Continue reading Is Forgiveness Easy?
Judy Douglass’ When You Love a Prodigal podcast recently hit 5000 downloads. It takes a podcast six to twelve months to reach this milestone, but Judy’s podcast reached it after ten weeks! This shows how many people need the encouragement that Judy offers. Continue reading Tell a Friend about Judy’s Podcast
We hope this story encourages you in light of all the recent division we hear about through the news. God is able to break down the dividing walls of hostility. May He transform many more people. Continue reading Enemies Became One at a “Jesus” Film Showing
Mom invited me to share about my time in Germany this past summer. I thought I’d focus on what it’s like to attend a Protestant church service in Germany, because it’s hard to find that information online. Also, it was beautiful to learn how the body of Christ worships in another culture and I hope to share that delight with you! Continue reading Attending Protestant Church Services in Germany by Jenn
COVID-19 transports Larry and me back to the Communist era of our lives with its demanding, ongoing crises. Did I learn anything from residing behind the Iron Curtain during the Cold War that now provides direction in the Corona War? Yes, indeed! God willing, these guidelines will encourage you and those dear to you during this tumultuous time. Continue reading 7 Guidelines from The Cold War to The Corona War (Guest Post)
To represent a king as a herald in the Middle Ages meant more than what we would expect of an ambassador today. Continue reading God’s Herald