September - November 2012
Christian Odyssey: Going Online
In this issue:
- Going away or going our way? Editorial, by John Halford. There’s no need to go away. Come our way and I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.
- Going Online, by John Halford. Making the move to digital isn’t nearly as daunting as you might think.
- A Lesson From Laundry, by Tammy Tkach. We take special care of our clothes, but we sometimes forget people need the same consideration.
- A Sign Forever, by Gary Deddo. Signs are important. We could hardly get along with out them. The bible shows the God of Israel often used signs.
- Combating Atheism, by Dr. Joseph Tkach. Just because we cannot give clear material proof that God exists, does not mean atheists have won the argument.
- The Clumsy Dance Pose, by Shiela Miller. Striving for perfection is hard work day after day. We can’t possibly measure up.
- Remembering God, by Barbara Dahlgren. God remembers me even when I forget Him (Isaiah 49:15-16).
- An Unexpected Lesson, by Lee Berger. My wife, Sue, and I recently learned an unexpected lesson from an unexpected source.
- Introducing Grace Communion Seminary, interview with seminary President, Russell Duke. Now nationally accredited.
- Beyond Technology, by Rick Shallenberger. You don’t need all the latest and greatest gimmicks to give a sermon, but there is one element you can’t forget.
- Bible Study: The Law Used Properly, by Michael Morrison. A Study of 1 Timothy 1:3-11
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