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Janine Turner – What was to keep me?

Janine Turner – What was to keep me?

After leaving home to be a model when she was 15, Janine Turner began her acting career 2 years later appearing in episodes of Dallas and General Hospital. She played in movies, wrote a screen cast and a book. Here she is sharing her heart touching story of how she decided to make God the center […]

Typhoon Haiyan: Missionaries Miracle Story of Survival

Typhoon Haiyan: Missionaries Miracle Story of Survival

Suzie Miller sat on her mattress, floating on the second level of her flooding home, not knowing whether she and her husband would survive. But Suzie and her husband, Carl – who serve among the 26 IMB missionaries assigned to the Philippines – knew they were exactly where God wanted them: in their home in Tacloban during Typhoon Haiyan.

Unknown ‘Angel’ Priest Prays with 19-Year-Old at Accident Scene

Unknown ‘Angel’ Priest Prays with 19-Year-Old at Accident Scene

Those who were at the scene of a critical accident Sunday morning heard a prayer that seemed to save a 19-year-old girl’s life.

Why Disasters?

Why Disasters?

Why earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions or typhoons that kill thousands of people? To truly understand the answer, it’s necessary to believe in a loving God and in another life after this one. Those who have confidence in God’s love, mercy, justice, and fairness can find comfort in knowing that God has good reasons for everything He allows—even disasters.

When Disaster Strikes – For Those Affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

When Disaster Strikes – For Those Affected by Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

Shock, pain, confusion, turmoil. In this dark hour, God knows that even these words cannot fully express what you who have been touched by grave tragedy feel inside. God feels and understands your pain. He hears the questions that barrage you. He sees the horror that haunts you.

Caught in a Storm in the Bermuda Triangle

Caught in a Storm  in the Bermuda Triangle

After several days, our ship was caught in a storm near the Sargasso Sea, at the center of the infamous Bermuda Triangle. The stormy turbulence churned up the floating mats of an alga called sargassum, which then got tangled around our ship’s propellers.

Follow Your Dream

Follow Your Dream

Picture a young African boy who crosses over 3,000 kilometers of hostile jungle and desert territory on foot because he has a vision and determination. Legson Didimu Kayira was born in the 1940s to a life of total poverty in the Tumbuka tribe, Malawi, but he dreamed of studying in the United States. When he was 16, he decided to make his way on foot to Egypt and find work on a ship sailing to the U.S.

The Strongest Trees

The Strongest Trees

The strongest trees grow not beneath the glass of a greenhouse, or in the protection of sheltered and shaded valleys. The stoutest timber stands on Norwegian rocks, where tempests rage, and long, hard winters reign. And is it not so with the Christian also? Exercise gives health, and strength is the reward of activity. The […]

How the Struggle Makes us Stronger

How the Struggle Makes us Stronger

A beekeeper told me a story of a hive–how, when the little bee is in the first stage, it is put into a hexagonal cell, and enough honey is stored there for its use until it reaches maturity. The honey is sealed with a capsule of wax, and when the tiny bee has fed itself […]