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Overcomers: Saved Alone. What Shall I Do?

All the world is full of suffering.
It is also full of overcoming.
Helen Keller

In the 1860s, Horatio and Anna Spafford lived in Chicago with their five children, Annie, Maggie, Bessie, Tanetta, and Horatio Jr.

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Free New Music!

As the new school year begins and church choir seasons resume, I’ve decided to challenge myself with something I’ve been thinking about doing for a long time: to write at least one new piece of music a week, each piece suitable for church use. 208 more words


Tuesday Hymns: "Though Troubles Assail Us"

When people say the name, John Newton, our thoughts usually go to “Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound,” yet, that was just one of the numerous hymns that he authored. 397 more words


Understanding Prayer 104

Today I want to talk about the part of prayer that really gets people nervous—confession—with a special emphasis on Daniel’s prayer in Daniel chapter 9. Confession is an essential part of prayer. 1,690 more words

I need a reason to sing

When the pieces seem to shattered
To gather off the floor
And all that really matters
Is that I don’t feel You anymore
No, I don’t feel You anymore… 106 more words



When I sink down in gloom or fear,
Hope blighted or delay’d,
Thy whisper, Lord, my heart shall cheer,
“‘Tis I; be not afraid!”

Or, startled at some sudden blow, 79 more words


twenty twenty: spontaneous gratitude

1. Campus once again full of bustle and life and freshmen holding maps.

2. Work where I get paid to do Fun and Useful Things. 78 more words