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From the Archives: Resources of Faith

By James L. Edwards

The Christian—sensitive, caring, hard-working—is susceptible to anxiety as is the person living in a world without God. Our problem is further compounded by the guilt we feel when we know we are living life without the resources of faith so very available to us. Our concern is that we mature to the point that our faith becomes ever more operative, available, and apparent in our lives. Continue reading

From the Archives: Remembering to “Say It!”

By Robert H. Reardon

A few days ago, without any notice in the media, the autumnal equinox silently came and went. Now the days are shorter and the nights longer. Soon the wonderful holidays will be upon us with all the homecoming, joy, laughter, and the deeper sense of gratitude for God’s unspeakable gifts. Continue reading

From the Archives: The Covenant of Mission

By Maurice Caldwell

“But to each other and to God eternal trueness vow” is a line from a song which celebrates a covenant. When we sing the songs of our pioneers, we echo the covenant concept which permeated their lifestyle. Their songs and their writings contain the authentic accent of covenantal relationships.

Our ancestors understood, also, the purpose of their covenant. They talked about “circling the globe with the truth.” In every generation the church has poured out into the world a multitude of people who have caught the vision and the spirit of God’s mission. Church of God outreach into sixty countries today is based upon the continuing desire to be faithful to clear New Testament guidelines. Continue reading