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Becoming His Hands and Feet
How Child Sponsorship Changed Our Family

by Leslie Ludy

Pure and undefiled religion before god and the father is this: to visit orphans and widows in their trouble...James 1:27HUDSON'S FIRST SERMONThe chapel was vacant and dark.  Hudson, my four-year-old son, ran happily around the big empty room as a small group of our friends and co-workers explored the facility.  Our ministry had recently taken possession of a former Bible college camp


Family

Happily Ever After
Growing Spiritually Together With Your Spouse

by Leslie Ludy

In today’s world, the idea of happily ever after can seem almost ridiculous amid heated divorce hearings, scandalous affairs, and broken homes.


Family

The Gift of Parents
The Importance of Cherishing Your God-Given Teammates

by Heather Cofer

My husband Judah and I have a beautiful and unique love story. In short, we met in Mongolia when we were 12 years old, where both of our families were missionaries, started a long distance relationship when we were 17, and after two and a half years of crossing the pacific ocean every six months to see each other,


Family

Honoring Your Parents as an Adult

by Heather Cofer

This past fall we were up in the mountains with my family for a mini-vacation. While we were walking around in the adorable mountain town browsing the quaint little shops, my dad came across something he really liked. Now, my dad is the most amazing gift-giver I have ever met, but it is very hard to buy things for him. So when I had a chance, I snuck back to the shop to purchase the item for him.


Family

Brothers: The Mission Field Down the Hall

by Anonymous Warrior Poet

Brothers. Yes, those are the strange male creatures that aren’t your father, but that roam your house anyway, often making their home in the bedroom next door to yours. Reports show that brothers in the “Teenagious Awkwardious” stage of development can be particularly gangly and just plain weird...