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  • We Are God's Adopted Children

    by Craig Condon
    When God adopts us, his reaction is similar to that of a little girl named Olivia. Olivia had always liked to hear how her parents loved her from the time they first saw her at the adoption agency. But as she approached her twelfth birthday, the fact that she was adopted didn’t seem so entertaining any more. “I don’t really belong to anybody,” she thought one day as she picked wild berries in a field near her home. “Sure, Mom and Dad took care of me since I was six weeks old, but I’m not a blood relative, so I’m not really a member of their family.” As Olivia started home, a rather dirty, skinny little dog timidly approached her. “Hi, little guy,” Olivia said gently. “Did someone dump you along the road? Why don’t you come live with me?” It didn’t take much coaxing to get the hungry puppy to follow her home. I wonder if Mom will let me keep him, she thought. Nice word–Mom. I wish it were really true...
  • Exegesis (Galatians 4:4-7)

    by Richard Donovan
  • Gifts of the Spirit

    Podcast with Rolf Jacobson, Craig Koester and Kathryn Schifferdecker
  • Born of a Woman

    by Anne Le Bas
  • Pentecost (Narrative)(2021)

    Podcast with Robb McCoy and Eric Fistler
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    by Gregory Rawn

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