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The one line I remember when it seems like there’s not enough

Brad M. Griffin

It’s tempting in the midst of that narrative to buy into the story of scarcity about everything. After all, our world feeds on this narrative. There’s not enough! is the cry we hear all around us, whether it’s about water, money, education, Christians in America, or a hundred other things.

A question presents itself in the midst of all this not-enough talk: Can the good news of God’s abundance be trusted in the face of the story of scarcity?

The most important question to ask before serving

Kara Powell

We had wanted to do a cross-cultural service experience in 2015 and God answered our prayers in a bigger way than we even expected. But also in seasons when your and my family’s service experiences are less than 5 miles from home, it’s always a good idea to talk together as a family about why we serve.

Even if it’s a 40-second conversation in our minivan as we’re driving to the local shelter for folks who are homeless.

Freedom and Exploration. Freedom in Exploration.

Fuller Youth Institute

Having been taught that God created the earth in a literal six-day period, Julie felt like she could never question this view, that doubting the “how” of creation would show weakened faith. At the same time, science made sense to her. She struggled through biology class and conversations with peers and teachers because of her conflicted upbringing.