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Living Christianity Blog
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What Is the Purpose of Pain?

Written by Barry Richey

The awful pain and suffering of this world can be overwhelming. What does it all mean? How can the awesome future roles God has in store for us give meaning to the pain of the past? It...

Teen Blog
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How to Talk to Your Teacher About the Feast

Written by Sarah Hanson

The Feast is a time to rejoice, but sometimes the stress of missing school can make rejoicing difficult. What can we do to lessen this stress? The Feast of Tabernacles is one of the most...

Teen Blog
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The Character of a True Friend

Written by Madeline and Abigail Mann

We all have friends, but how good are our friendships? Are we developing the kind of friendships that will last a lifetime? What kind of character do we need to be true friends? True...

Godly Women Blog
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Why You Should Consider Attending the FI Continuing Education Week

Written by Susan Scott Smith

I’ve been attending the Foundation Institute Continuing Education summer session for several years. This year was great, and next year might be even better! Many years after graduating...

Living Christianity Blog
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Faith and Healing

Written by Leon Leonard

Many of God’s people are currently experiencing chronic health trials. We need to constantly remind ourselves of what God’s Word says about faith and healing. We are all afflicted with...

Young Adult Blog
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When Did Abraham Build His Faith?

Written by Andrew Travers

Abraham is considered one of the Bible’s most faithful people. But when did he develop his strong faith in God? The Jews trace their nation’s history and faith back to him. He is often...

Teen Blog
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Purified Like Gold

Written by Kendrick Diaz

Throughout the Bible, God refers to us, His people, as wheat, clay, sheep, silver and—my all-time favorite—gold. Just why does God use that analogy? What are its implications for us? Job...

Godly Women Blog
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Don’t Let Challenges Stop You From Traveling Internationally for the Feast!

Written by Chant’a Collier

Do you want to travel abroad for the Feast, but worry about a physical limitation? Planning ahead can make it possible, and it’s extremely rewarding! Visiting Paris has been a dream of...

Living Christianity Blog
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What Is Considered Leavening?

Written by Cecil Maranville

The Bible commands us not to have leavening for seven days during the Days of Unleavened Bread. But what exactly is leavening? In preparing for the Days of Unleavened Bread, people often...