Stacy Reaoch | Category: Culture, Marriage, The Christian Life
This article originally appeared at The Gospel Coalition on December 28, 2016.
On a whim, I invited a new friend over for lunch. As we watched our toddlers run around the yard we chatted about typical mom things—discipline, toddler tantrums, sleeping rhythms, and more. I recalled she had previously asked for prayer about post-partum depression. As I helped pack up her stuff, I asked her how she was doing.
“It’s been tough,” she said. “Did you ever struggle?” Knowing she was looking for support, I recalled my rocky adjustment to our first baby and the lingering blues that followed. After a minute she confessed, “Really, it’s our marriage.”
Laura Miller | Category: Mission
Photo credit: Dan Huffstutler
On December 25, 2016, Three Rivers Grace Church approved a one-time $2,000 gift to Project Hope, a ministry of The Gospel Coalition's International Outreach division, which endeavors to address theological famine worldwide. The contribution was part of 3RG's yearly giving plan and was timed to participate in TGC IO's year-end campaign, Books for Africa and Beyond. To provide a better understanding of the work of Project Hope, we are reprinting a December 27, 2016, article from TGC IO's webpage.
There is no shortage of churches in Kenya, nor of preachers, prophets, or evangelists. Large churches offer multiple services that attract thousands who flock to hear flamboyant preaching. A typical sermon might include divine revelations and promises of wealth and healing. Notably lacking is scriptural integrity.
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