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Wednesday, July 17, 2024

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Addressing trauma and loss

A man lies on his back on a couch, his arm covering his eyes, in a state of anxiety. By fizkes/

How can a Christian deal with anxiety?

“A Great Calm,” why Christians observe Lent, and the role of women in ministry: Insights from Janet Denison

A man clasps his hands in prayer on top of a table behind an open Bible. By fotoduets/

Bryan Dunagan, senior pastor in Dallas, dies at age 44: Bringing our hardest questions to God

Tribute in Light, two vertical columns of light representing the fallen towers of the World Trade Center shine against the lower Manhattan skyline on the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks, seen from Jersey City, N.J., Friday, Sept. 11, 2020. (AP Photo/Stefan Jeremiah). Two new 9/11 victims were recently identified.

Two new 9/11 victims identified: Reflections on divine empathy, reason, and hope

A red marker has just circled the word "TODAY" on a white calendar, illustrating that today is a gift. © By driftwood/

The gift of today

A coffin bearer holds the brass handle to a casket. © By Kzenon/

The day my father died

The cost of controlling your reputation: An excerpt from “The Cost of Control” by Sharon Hodde Miller

What happens to babies when they die?

What happens to babies when they die?

Uvalde pastor shot at by gunman responds to terror in sermon

Too much to bear

A letter to motherless mothers

Yale football star dies during Navy SEAL “Hell Week”

What we’re reading: “Divine Disruption: Holding on to Faith When Life Breaks Your Heart” by Dr. Tony Evans

How the letter “s” changed one teenager’s life: Finding passion in grief

How the letter “s” changed one teenager’s life: Finding passion in grief

Category Entertainment

‘Top Chef Masters’ winner dies at 59 from coronavirus: What to do when you cannot see God’s hand

Category Culture

Tornadoes in Tennessee kill at least nineteen: Two facts for grieving souls and those who care for them

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