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Immeasurable Joy in the Ages to Come
In the middle of March last year, churches across America shut their doors and warned congregants to stay home. The sheltering-in-place was supposed to last a few weeks, just long enough to flatten the curve of coronavirus infections and ease the pressure on healthcare providers.
Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra
Money and the church. It’s an awkward relationship. Have you noticed that?
The 2011 triple disaster devastated northeast Japan, and dramatically disrupted Christian ministry—for the better.
A few years ago, I visited the home of someone who had recently passed away. I remember an upstairs room where he kept an enormous collection of model cars. Each car was still in its original packaging. One entire wall was covered with cars on shelves. It was clear that the man had been an avid car collector and treasured his possessions. Somehow, though, at that moment the items seemed a bit unimportant.
One of the most important, yet often overlooked, aspects of parenting is teaching our kids how to handle money.
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