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"Here there is no Greek or Jew, circumcised or uncircumcised, barbarian, Scythian, slave or free, but Christ is all, and is in all (Colossians 3:11.)"


March 2012, Volume 11 Issue 3

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Renewed in Knowledge

Notes from Nancy

“Just then his disciples returned and were surprised to find him talking with a woman (John 4:27a).” Jesus was born into a worldly culture just like the rest of us are.    ...more

I am pleased to announce the Fourth Annual Christian Women's Retreat. We are looking forward to seeing those of you who have attended in the past and those attending for the first time. ...more

Women in Christ Commentary: Christ is All

How is your first impression of another Christian formed? What do you see that creates your favorable or unfavorable opinion of that person? Is it skin color or facial structure; beauty or height; clothing quality; manners or lack of them; their influential status; or maybe, even their denominational label?   ...more

Bible Study Guide: Renewed in Knowledge

What kind of knowledge leads to being renewed in the image of God?   ...more

Abundance of the Heart: Put on the New Self

The box arrived in the mail. I set it on the table. “What’s in it, Gramma?” my granddaughter asked. “Can I open it?” I was almost as eager as she was to see the contents.    ... more

Exhortation: First Impressions

“It takes just a quick glance, maybe three seconds, for someone to evaluate you when you meet for the first time.    ... more

Book Review: Six Ways to Keep the “Little” in Your Girl

Since I have a granddaughter in the age group discussed in Six Ways to Keep the “Little” in Your Girl, I wanted to read it hoping for some insights a grandmother could use. The book is directed to mothers, so it will be more helpful to them.    ....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