by Grace Yost
Gifts come wrapped in many ways, and some gifts are not wrapped at all. God’s gifts also come to us in various forms—many times in ways we never expected.
Have you ever considered that the desire to serve God is a gift from Him? Have you dreamed at some point in your life—even your childhood—of serving … Read more »
by Dr. Leonard Westphal
I was raised in Brazil in a very sociable and hospitable home. With great fondness I remember all those people eating in our home, and how my parents enjoyed having them over for fellowship. Early on they impressed on my heart the importance of hospitality.
The Bible lists 21 different gifts God gives His … Read more »
by Agatha Thrash, M.D.
Uremia is a condition caused when kidneys fail and waste products back up into the bloodstream. Normally, wastes are filtered out through thousands of tiny nephrons in the kidneys and channeled into small tubes leading to the urinary bladder, while the cleansed blood is turned back into general circulation.
Common substances we eat, … Read more »
by Grandma Joyce Neal
My old rock tumbler sits alone and covered with cobwebs in a corner of my dusty shed. I haven’t used it for many months now, and on my back porch, a bucketful of raw agates are waiting to be polished.
So what am I waiting for? I think now would be a good … Read more »
One of the most inspiring Spanish meetings of the year is the GYC en Español youth conference, whose goal is to equip and inspire youth to be ambassadors for Christ, wherever they may be. This year’s meeting was no exception, and I am thankful to Carolina Bonilla and Carolyn Azo for their report on the … Read more »