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Respecting the Image in Crisis and Quarantine

Respecting others is hard enough when all is going well, but what do we do when crisis and quarantine hit us? The simple answer is: we do the same as when life is at its best—only more so. Crises do not negate our responsibilities to love and respect others. They only apply further heat and …

When Parenting Grows Even Tougher

I’ve lived through national emergencies, but this is the first time I have parented through one. When I was a child, I looked to my parents in times of crisis. Now I have little eyes looking to me.  What message do we want to send to our kids about COVID-19? Our kids aren’t watching the …

Is Worry Getting the Best of You?

Times of crisis have a way of escalating our struggle with anxiety, sometimes raising it to the level of panic, and making it seem impossible for us to respond in a righteous way. What can we do when debilitating fear threatens our peace of mind and heart? Psalm 27 gives encouraging, faith-building counsel as it …

2 New Releases Today!

The Hunger for Significance: Seeing the Image of God in Man by R.C. Sproul $16.99 | 264 pages | Paperback About Dr. Sproul’s classic gets to the heart of humanity’s search for personal worth. As he sheds light on daily obstacles to dignity—in home, school, hospital, prison, church, and workplace—Dr. Sproul points us to new ways …

Excerpt from Anxiety: Knowing God’s Peace by Paul Tautges

Below is an excerpt taken from Anxiety: Knowing God’s Peace by Paul Tautges. DAY 1 Anxiety Distracts Us “Therefore I tell you, do not be anxious about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, nor about your body, what you will put on. Is not life more than food, and the body more than …