Check Your Connection

A missionary tells of his experience about being assigned a car that would not start without a push. After pondering this problem, he devised a plan. He went to the school near his home, got permission to take some children out of class, and had them push his car off. As he made his rounds, he would either park on a hill or leave the engine running.

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Letters From Our Listeners

Some emails we have received from our listeners around the world…. Location: Unknown Comments: I am very thankful for your ministry. It most certainly helps to quiet our spirit in challenging times of our days. May He continue to strengthen you all and provide the provision you need to continue a ministry that touches countless lives. Location: Japan Comments: Hallelujah! I’m very happy that the

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Be An Encourager

A survey asked mothers to keep track of how many times they made both negative and positive comments to their children. The surveyed mothers admitted they criticized at least ten times for every one time they said something favorable. Another survey taken in one city’s schools found that the teachers were negative 75% of the time. This study concluded that it takes four positive

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An ATM With No Limits

Ever wonder what someone who’s never seen the modern world thinks of us approaching a wall, pressing a few buttons and out comes lots of money? ATMs. They are everywhere. And if you’ve got cash in your account, you can just go and make a withdrawal anytime. Imagine having a cash card that you could use to withdraw as much as your heart desires

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A Piece Of The Puzzle

As members of the body of Christ, we can be compared to pieces in a jigsaw puzzle. Each piece has protrusions and indentations. The protrusions represent our strengths: our gifts, talents and abilities. The indentations represent our weaknesses: our faults, limitations, shortcomings and undeveloped areas. The beautiful thing is the pieces complement one another and produce a beautiful whole. Just as each piece of

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Throwing Darts

Dr. Smith was known for his elaborate object lessons in his seminary class. On this particular day, Sally walked into the class and knew they were in for a fun day. On the wall was a big target and on a nearby table were many darts. Dr. Smith told the students to draw a picture of someone that they disliked or someone who had

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Letters From Our Listeners

Some emails we have received from our listeners around the world…. Location: Unknown Comments: AllWorship is among my favorite ways to spend time. A fitting background to my reading, also. On several occasions now, I’ve had drop in visitors who remark about how peaceful they feel when this music is on. Once when someone noted the music, I offered to silence it and they

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A Change Of Heart

One minister tells of a wife who came into his office full of hatred toward her husband. “I do not only want to get rid of him, I want to get even! Before I divorce him, I want to hurt him as much as he has hurt me!” The minister, who had counseled many couples through tough times, made a suggestion. “Why don’t you

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Grass On Your Path

Early African believers were earnest and regular in their private devotions. Each one reportedly had a separate spot in the thicket where he would pour out his heart to God. Over time, the paths to these places became well worn. As a result, if one of these believers began to neglect prayer, it was soon apparent to the others. They would kindly remind the

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Avoid The Mines

In a documentary mini-series called “Against All Odds,” a remarkable story is told about an Israeli platoon that found themselves in the midst of a minefield along the Syrian border during the Yom Kippur War. When the platoon realized they were in a minefield, they pulled out their bayonets and started to dig out mines and to disarm them. Suddenly, a fierce wind began

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