Monthly Archives: August 2017

10 Things Wives Want to Hear from their Husbands

CH-August 18-21, 2017     By Henry M. Morris, Ph.D., Evidence for Creation   There are certain things a husband can say to his wife that are like the correct puzzle piece fitting in her heart. Here are ten things your wife wants to hear from you. 1. “Thanks for all you do for our…

The History Behind “The Old Rugged Cross”

CH-Aug.17 – Aug.18, 2017     By Eric Wyse   Read the true story behind one of the most cherished hymns of the Christian faith. The year was 1912 and George Bennard, an evangelist traveling throughout the Midwest, was heckled incessantly by several youth at a revival meeting in Michigan. A Vision, a Melody and…

The Knowledge Of God

MTLB-August 17-August 21, 2016     by A.W. Pink   God is omniscient. He knows everything: everything possible, everything actual; all events, all creatures, of the past, the present and the future. He is perfectly acquainted with every detail in the life of every being in heaven, and in earth. “He knoweth what is in…

Could You Do Something For Me?

CH-August 16, 2017     From a blog of Jason Young   I asked a colleague, “Could you do something for me?” His reply, “What is it?” We laughed about the moment because I knew he wanted to know before saying yes. My mind quickly traveled a different direction and it hit me: When God…

The Religion of Secularism

CH-August 16, 2017     By Burk Parsons   “In God we trust” officially became the national motto of the United States in 1956 when President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed it into law. Originally implemented in part to distinguish the United States from the Soviet Union and its explicit state atheism, the motto has remained…

Heaven!

CH-August 8, 2017     James Smith, 1858   “You have made known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand!” Psalm 16:11 “No eye has seen, no ear has heard, and no mind has imagined–what God has prepared for those…

Enjoying Your Kids While You Can

CH-August 15, 2017     By Steven J. Cole, pastor, writer   A couple of years ago, around the time of her sixteenth birthday, my middle daughter said to me, “Dad, do you remember how you used to take each of us somewhere special for our birthday, just time alone with you?” I remembered, of…

“True Identity”

August 14, 2017 I was going blind. I just knew it. I could practically feel my retinas detaching. A writer, reader, pianist (who cannot play by ear; sheet music is required for this Chopin-wannabe), photographer, wakeboarder, world traveler, and newlywed, and I was going blind. It was an afternoon like any other. I was at…

Knights of Courtly Love

August 14, 2017 Hey Brother, I don’t know about you, but sometimes I think it would be cool to be a knight. You get to wear armor, ride a horse, swing a sword, and rescue damsels in distress. Okay let’s be honest, rescuing damsels is great and all, but it’s mainly about the sword. Now,…

Compassion for the Homeless

CH-August 14-August 15, 2017     By Alexandra Kuykendall   “Mom, did he sleep there last night?” my daughter asked as we drove by a man sitting under a bridge and wearing several layers of old clothes. “I’m not sure, but it looks like it.” As children enter the tween years, they begin to notice…