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Four Christ-Centered Easter Traditions to Try with Your Kids

Is there any holiday that is richer for Christians than Easter (or Resurrection Sunday, to be precise)? The celebration that encompasses so much: our salvation, our rescue, Jesus’ resurrection, our reconciliation to God, Jesus’ victory over sin, death, hell, and the grave…the list goes on and on. It is the most important day in the… Continue reading Four Christ-Centered Easter Traditions to Try with Your Kids

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A Tricky Passage: Turn the Other Cheek

I’ve been reading very slowly through Jesus’ five discourses in Matthew (five sermons that some can be viewed as a manual on discipleship of sorts). The first block of teaching is the Sermon on the Mount. I’ve been reading it in little chunks so I could reflect, pray, repent, put into action, etc. Then I… Continue reading A Tricky Passage: Turn the Other Cheek