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Betrayed

Today’s devotional comes from the Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting, The Last Supper. What fascinates me about this painting depicting the aftermath of Jesus’ announcement that one of his disciples will betray him is that you can see the reaction of the disciples. A group of the disciples are surprised,

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More Books to Consider

When my Crosswalk editor asked writers for submissions on resources addressing racism and racial reconciliation, I agreed to write the article because I had already

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Our Daily Bread

Found On the Edges

Today’s devotional was written after watching a motorcycle demonstration at CityFest Grand Rapids in September 2019. I hope the truth that God sees you even

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Books

A Grace Disguised

In today’s sermon, God’s Quiet Grace, Jim quoted from Jerry Sittser’s book, A Grace Disguised: How the Soul Grows Through Loss, including this section that

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Our Daily Bread

Eclipse

Do you remember all the excitement surrounding the total eclipse that was visible in West Michigan during summer 2017? That unique experience became the basis

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Response to Current Events

A Word for Today – May 1

Today’s video looks at 2 Corinthians 8, where Paul writes about the power of churches giving to support other churches in times of need. We

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Response to Current Events

A Word for Today – April 16

In today’s video, we address different ways of responding to the pandemic.  I spoke about the comfort from Lamentations 3:19-24 when feeling personally overwhelmed by

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Our Daily Bread

Curtained Off

Again today, if you read the Our Daily Bread booklet you would not have seen one of my devotionals; however, if you have the ODB

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Our Daily Bread

The Full Reveal

If you read the Our Daily Bread booklet you would not have seen one of my devotionals; however, if you have the ODB app, it

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Crosswalk

Holy Week Reading Plan

Holy Week begins this Sunday, April 5 with Palm Sunday.  Although I long to remember the hope we have in Jesus because of his death

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