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Tragedy

The Toughest Kind of Faith

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From time to time in my life, I run across something that stirs my affections for Christ in a new way.  Nothing has quite done this like the testimony of Nathan Schroer.  It is a tragic story that testifies to God’s goodness in the darkest circumstances.  I encourage you to take a few minutes and watch the video above but if you can’t, let me fill you in.

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The Biggest Encouragement in Tough Times

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Every now and then, we have days, weeks, or even months when it seems that tragedy is surrounding us in every direction. The last few weeks have been one of those periods for me. Our church suddenly lost a member of our congregation this week. I have multiple friends who have lost grandfathers, mothers, and friends. I know others who are struggling with cancer and uncertain futures.

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My City’s Wound

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I’ve lived in the Dallas area nearly my entire life. I have plenty of friends who can call any place home. They’ll move across the country and, for them, it’s an adventure. For me, home is Dallas. I love to travel and visit other places but I ultimately long to be back where I grew …

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4 Principles for Guiding a Friend Through Tragedy

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When I was in 5th grade, one of my best friends was a guy named Matt Brown. He was the class clown who would make everyone laugh but frustrated the teachers to no end. He also had a huge heart. He was one of the few friends I could have over whenever I wanted because …

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Responding to Boston

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I’m sure there will be many blog posts by people over the next several weeks about yesterday’s events in Boston. Like so many others, I was shocked to hear the stories and

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