House of Glass
House of Glass

By Rhoda Klein Miller  “It was a house of glass, and it has shattered beyond any hope of return.” Based on the images flooding your news feed this week, you’d assume this statement is about the Beirut blast. However Fawaz Gerges...

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Light in God’s Love
Light in God’s Love

By Robert Bestwick A dark spot at Spanish Banks allowed me to observe and record an event as unusual as it was beautiful. With the naked eye, I ​​could observe the majestic Neowise Comet greeting the earth from the clear skies over Vancouver...

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What is Camp Meeting?
What is Camp Meeting?

By Rhoda Klein Miller  Most would say its origins are part of North American frontier Christianity in the early 19th century, when week-long gatherings were hosted for preaching the Gospel, congregational worship and community fellowship...

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The Gospel in Joshua
The Gospel in Joshua

By Rhoda Klein Miller  I’ve picked up a new challenge for the summer. Starting July 1 I began a Bible reading plan that guides me through the entire volume of scripture in 60 days. It’s ambitious, requiring 60-90 minutes a day of...

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Be Joyful
Be Joyful

By Ryan Brousson  I don’t know about you, but sometimes the Christian life can feel pretty subdued and serious. Ever vigilant for Satan’s attacks or to keep from straying from the narrow way. Always serious about preaching the gospel to those who...

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Team and Training
Team and Training

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller  I heard a great metaphor this week that helps explain the exhaustion you may be experiencing. You thought the goal was simply not to sink, just keep your chin above the oncoming waves of this tumultuous time. But as you...

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Describe Yourself
Describe Yourself

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller  Describe yourself in one word. What was the first word that came to mind? Is it the same word you would share out loud? Is it an identifier that comes from within or one you hear most often when others refer to you? My...

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Happy Father’s Day
Happy Father’s Day

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller  Happy Father’s Day weekend! Join us in wearing plaid in tribute to all the great dads, biological, foster, adoptive or spiritual. These men bring us into the world and rise to the challenge of responsibility...

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The power of teaching
The power of teaching

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller  They called Him “Rabboni” which means “Teacher.” When the Bible records Jesus speaking, the common verb used is “to teach.” He teaches His disciples, He teaches in the synagogues, He...

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Last event reflection
Last event reflection

By Pr. Rhoda Klein Miller  I want to apologize. Last Monday May 25 as news feeds reported the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who suffocated under the knee of a police officer, I looked away. I did not push play to watch the video. I...

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The hardships of life
The hardships of life

By Ryan Brousson  Life is hard. I found out this week that the school I applied to for PhD studies rejected my application. This is disappointing and not easy to take. We also see the hardness of life in the layoffs and struggles caused by the...

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Survivor Stories
Survivor Stories

By Rhoda Klein Miller When life becomes hard and we face multiple challenges we may feel doubtful about our survival or recovery. Prayer can provide the patience and insight to see how God is using setbacks to set us up for something new...

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