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 "Whoever does not take up their cross and follow me is not worthy of me."  Matthew 10:38

April, 2011, Volume 10 Issue 3

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Near The Cross Of Jesus

Notes from Nancy

Seeing something has a deeper impact on me than just reading it. Watching the movie "The Passion of the Christ" helped me to see things in a different way.   ...more

Women in Christ Commentary: The Women Who Followed Jesus From Galilee

God gives a special emphasis to the presence of a company of women by the cross of Jesus. Their presence is in stark contrast to the apparent absence of The Twelve except for John   ...more

Bible Study Guide: Near The Cross Of Jesus

What does it mean to take up your cross?   ...more

Abundance of the Heart: Led Into the Wilderness

Often when God is about to do a great work in someone, he first drives them into the wilderness.     ... more

Exhortation: Baptism

Some people generally think teenagers and young adults aren't mature enough to understand and fully comprehend the depth of Christ's sacrifice. Yet during your years as a teenager and as a young adult   ... more

Book Review: The Alabaster Jar

The tease on the back cover tells us “The purpose of this book is to help women of today deal with the stresses and challenges of our modern-day world.” The reader who sits down with this book, The Alabaster Jar, as she might with her favorite tea or coffee to start her day unhurriedly or to end her day peacefully will discover layers of flavor on each page.     ....more

If you haven't yet read Guidelines for Research Reading from the first issue (January 2002), we recommend reading these brief suggestions as an introduction to the book reviews.   ...more