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The Joy of Christ

The Joy of Christ

The gospel really is good news. How do you react when hearing the message of God’s grace and mercy?

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I recently found a video on YouTube of a 78-year-old grandmother riding a roller coaster for the first time in her life. Check it out –

Isn’t that great? I love how excited she gets as the coaster picks up speed. If there was ever a picture of pure and unfettered joy – this woman’s expression is it. I think this is how it’s supposed to look when we experience God’s grace and mercy in our own lives. Let me explain…

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Christian Service

Christian Service

What motivates us to do good for our neighbor?

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It was on a snowy evening in January when the doctor received an urgent call summoning him to perform an emergency brain surgery at Trinity Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama. But he was only able to drive a few blocks before his car stalled in a heavy snowstorm. He made the decision to walk the rest of his journey in the biting cold. Finally, he arrived at the hospital, dried himself off and got to work. 

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Lose the Trinity and What Have You Got?

Lose the Trinity and What Have You Got?

The Trinity should guide every aspect of our life and be a point of daily focus.

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Noted Theologian Karl Rahner once lamented that if you took the doctrine of the Trinity out of modern Christianity, most churches and religious literature would remain unchanged. That’s a scary prediction, but it did get me thinking about how important this concept really is.

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Letter from Dr. Joseph Tkach - Oct. 2014

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October 1, 2014

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Our season of summer camps is under way. Grace Communion International sponsors dozens of camps in the United States and around the world, where hundreds of volunteer staffers serve thousands of children and teen campers. These camps provide a wonderful opportunity for all who attend, and it can be a life-changing experience.

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Christians Should Never Retire

Christians Should Never Retire

At 76, Mavis Albin proves that you’re never too old to get involved.

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When people think of the word “grandparent,” it is often connected to another word: retirement. It seems like there’s a memo going around that when we get older, we have to slow down. But let me tell you about a lady who disregarded that memo. Her name is Mavis Albin, and she’s a grandmother of eight. Instead of trading in her heels for a pair of comfy slippers, she bought some Nikes and hit the gym. Since childhood, she dreamed of playing basketball, and at 55 those dreams came true.

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A Piece of the Picture

A Piece of the Picture

Our lives and actions are actively shaped and redeemed by God's great plan.

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I’m sure almost all of you have used Microsoft Excel at some point during your professional career. It’s a computer program that helps you manage large amounts of information. The data is entered into a “cell” and then organized across a spreadsheet and highlighted according to user’s preference. Sounds kind of boring, right?

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Top of the Charts

Top of the Charts

The world is full of fallen heroes, but we find hope in someone who will never fail us.

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If you tuned in for the Olympic ice-skating in Russia earlier this year, you probably heard a piece of music written by Japanese composer Mamoru Samuragochi. Over the last 20 years, Samuragochi has worked his way to the top of the charts, composing for both symphony orchestra and video games alike. And he did it all while being completely deaf!

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Letter from Dr. Joseph Tkach - Sept. 2014

Date: 
September 1, 2014

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Our season of summer camps is under way. Grace Communion International sponsors dozens of camps in the United States and around the world, where hundreds of volunteer staffers serve thousands of children and teen campers. These camps provide a wonderful opportunity for all who attend, and it can be a life-changing experience.

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Out Of The Muck

Out Of The Muck

The story an Irish peat bogger unearthing an ancient psalter reminds us of the words contained within his find.

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Eddie Fogarty was driving his bulldozer through a peat field in Ireland when his life changed forever. Without meaning to his tractor had unearthed an old leather bound book. Eddie leaped into the muck and started calling for help, realizing that this was an incredible find.

But what had he found?

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Waiting for God?

Waiting for God?

Just because you feel as if you're stopped at a spiritual red light it doesn't mean God isn't working.

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C.S. Lewis is one of my favorite religious authors. His wit and intelligent defense of Christianity have always encouraged me in my faith. But when I read through Mere Christianity last week, I was challenged by this quote: “I am sure that God keeps no one waiting unless he sees that it is good for him to wait” (Lewis, Mere Christianity). Now when I read that I had to stop and think, “What does he mean?” Let me take a stab at unpacking it.

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