Wednesday, April 27, 2016

A Trusted Pastor Can Transform a Community


Going Overboard: How Our Panic Betrays God's Peace
When the storms hit and life gets real, he still proves faithful.
Brandon D. Smith
Growing up in North Texas, you get used to tornadoes. Every April or May, tornado warnings seem to go off multiple times a week. For eight weeks, it feels like you spend more time in your closet or bathtub than anywhere else in the house. When my wife and I lived just north of Fort Worth, our fear of these uncontrollable storms was on red alert. Our area wasn't just at risk of the occasional twister—we lived where many of those tornadoes tended to start. With a one-year-old daughter... continue reading >>


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