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Todd Johnson

Two months ago, in the midst of one of the worst economic downturns in U.S. history, the Rev. Todd Johnson quit a secure job with a six-figure income, company car, and benefits to step out on his own as a full-time evangelist. Read More…

Joseph “Gabe” Sonnier used to clean up after everyone at Port Barre Elementary in Port Barre, La. Now, the former janitor is the principal at that school. Read More…

DeVon Franklin, vice president of production for Columbia Pictures, tells you how you can advance through your career while still holding true to your faith! Read More…

By Yvette Taylor

You can’t have faith without trust and you can’t have trust without faith. I remember when God was molding me through the trails of afflictions, being a somewhat new Christian, I was unaware of why it was happening. Read More…

Lord, we live in a selfish world; a world that loves to take and seldom gives. We live in a world that embraces people who are go-geters; but You, O Lord have made us to be go-givers. Make us yearn to get less as we learn to give more. Read More…

By Lee LeFebre

For a background to these thoughts, let us look at the legalistic Jews of Jesus’ day. They insisted that they did not need a new method of obtaining righteousness – they were satisfied with what they had. Jesus’ new teaching presented a threat to them, just as it does today to those who are Christians in name but legalistic Jews at heart. Jesus’ system of righteousness made Him a stone of stumbling and a rock of offense to the Jews (Romans 9:33). Read More…

It is common for people to wonder how God can be invisible after they realize He has a body. Many base their views on the invisibility of God on what tradition and religion have taught, rather than on what the word of God has taught. Yet, the subject is fairly simple to understand when key Scriptures are looked at prayerfully. Read More…

He is one of the many unnamed characters in the New Testament who teach us a valuable lesson about life. We know little about him – “… a lad who has five barley loaves and two fish.” Read More…

By Lover of Words

Thank you Father! Thank you for making an ignorant, perverted, detestable person like me a Believer. Thank you for the gift of my beautiful wife. Show me how to love her better. Thank you for the gift of my wonderful son. Read More…

By Chad Tyler McQueen

On December 12, 2010, a witnessing experience changed my life.  By sharing Jesus’ love with a homeless man, God not only touched his heart but also gave me an incredible sense of joy and fulfillment.  Through that witnessing experience, God showed me that I had been missing out on an amazing part of my Christian Read More…