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In our sexually charged culture, talking to your children about sex might seem intimidating. But if you start with the Bible—and add some solid Christian resources—you’ll help your children discover a healthy lifelong sexual identity. Read more at Out There.
Life is lived in chapters. But the blessing comes when we recognize the larger plot of a divine Author. Read more at Out There.
A New York Times article reminds parents that their healthy (or unhealthy) lifestyle decisions affect their children’s health. Read more at Out There.
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Earlier this month, I returned to my Pennsylvania birthplace, visiting for the first time since my family moved away more than 45 years ago. Attending church where my dad preached for nine years proved to be a rewarding experience. See Midlife Musings.
Read what R. Duane Gryder has to say on Snapshots.
Few Christmas gifts have the eternal impact like a holiday donation to the Key Bearers ministry. That’s because thousands of imprisoned men and women have experienced new lives in Jesus Christ since the 1996 inception of Key Bearers.
The Key Bearers program has provided 7.4 million copies of the weekly Today’s Pentecostal Evangel and the Spanish quarterly Evangelio […]
An unprecedented vacation to the Northeastern United States has provided a new appreciation for the history and traditions of this region. See Midlife Musings.
Life is full of choices we’d like to unmake. What about the choices still open to us? Read more at Out There.
Ever feel like you could be using your time more effectively? I do. Find out what the secret is to not wasting your time at Simple Plan.
Today’s Pentecostal Evangel annual Kids’ Edition remains one of the magazine’s most popular issues. Children’s pastors order hundreds of extra copies for community outreach and fall festivals, and families enjoy the biblical truths and variety of activities. One drawback — it only comes out once a year.
But there is good news. Beginning in January, the Evangel […]
Six little verses. If you want a real boost to your day, just take a minute to read Psalm 23. At Out There.
Sunday’s issue of TPE includes a feature article on how to save troubled marriages. But for many Christians it’s too late. Divorce has become a reality. While that isn’t God’s ideal, it doesn’t mean life is over. See Midlife Musings.
Read “Out on the Bateke Plateau” by Wayne & Sylvia Turner at Snapshots.
More on this appalling situation at Snapshots.
Having a tough Monday? A young mom and a young pastor offer dramatic reminders that “tough” is relative. Read more at Out There.
A testimony from the ministry of Teen Challenge, at Snapshots.
In conjunction with its Oct. 12 publication date, the Today’s Pentecostal Evangel Kids’ Edition is now available via PDF at www.tpe.ag.org. The posting allows pastors, parents and children to examine the issue before placing a print order.
Boys and girls viewing the edition can download and print coloring sheets of Petey and Holsom comic characters to create customized artwork. Youngsters may also […]
A little missionary family vignette from 1970s East Africa. At Out There.
Theology in a Nutshell, the latest work by Today’s Pentecostal Evangel Editor Ken Horn, was introduced this week as an alternating prize in the Weekly Drawing on the TPE’s Web site, www.tpe.ag.org. The book will rotate with the six-month complimentary Evangel print subscription award that became a drawing mainstay this past summer.
Published by Onward Books, Theology in a […]