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Encouragement is a powerful force because it is a form of hope, one of the three things we know will always remain (1 Cor. 13:13). Every man, woman, and child stands in constant need of encouragement. Offering encouragement to others is easy to do, costs us nothing, and delivers kindness, love, and energy to the weary and downcast.
Today is The National Day of Encouragement, “a day dedicated to uplifting those around us and making a positive impact, no matter the magnitude.” To encourage you, we want to share a few personal stories of encouragement. We hope this inspires you in your walk with others. And don’t worry, we didn’t forget about Free Friday! You can download today’s free book at the end of this post.
Unfortunately, many young people are ill equipped to defend their faith.
Truth Matters: Confident Faith in a Confusing World, a new book by Andreas Kostenberger, Darrell Bock and Josh Chatraw and published by B&H, looks to prepare students for the intellectual scrutiny their faith will face once they leave home.
Using the writings and lectures of famed Christian critic and University of North Carolina religion professor Bart Ehrman as a starting point, Truth Matters deals with common objections to Christianity that college students often face.
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When I entered Moody Bible Institute at age 18, I took a test to check my ability to write. And I flunked! You see, I had a hard time with the King’s English. My dad always said things like “I was” and “We done it!” His English was bad and his German was worse. So, I developed some bad habits.
We firmly believe that good design honors God and respects our customers. We are committed to provide a design experience that is clean, elegant and true to our Christian principles.” – Bayron Benítez, WORDsearch Designer
Over the past few months, we’ve been working diligently to make significant design changes to our online presence. We’re excited to announce that in the next few days, you’ll see our website, our blog, and our Facebook & Twitter pages have been completely updated. We think the new design will make visiting, shopping, and interacting with the WORDsearch community an easier and more enjoyable experience.