Tag Archives: Philippians 3:20

All My Bags Are Packed

Jim Denison remembers something remarkable that happened while he was serving as a missionary in East Malaysia. At the end of a worship service at a small church, a teenage girl came forward to announce her decision to accept Christ … Continue reading

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This Is Not Home

When Charles Dutton was convicted of manslaughter, not many people thought that he would achieve much in life. However, he made a surprising turnaround. After spending many years in prison, he later became a successful Broadway star. When someone asked … Continue reading

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Pulling Up Stakes

Some soldiers on maneuvers were setting up their tents after a long day of hiking. As they were hammering in the stakes, the voice of their commander rang out, “Don’t drive your stakes too deep; we’re moving on in the morning!” … Continue reading

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Feeling Out of Place

I just learned that today is the 35th annual International Left-Handers’ Day. Being left-handed myself, you might have thought that I knew this day existed, but I didn’t. Some lefties find it difficult maneuvering through a world that caters mostly … Continue reading

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Effective Citizens

“If you read history you will find that the Christians who did most for the present world were precisely those who thought most of the next. It is since Christians have largely ceased to think of the other world that … Continue reading

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