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Work: Crucible of Faith

By: Katherine Leary Alsdorf We often bemoan the classic New York party greeting, “Hello, it’s nice to meet you. What do you do?” But I’m not sure our complaints are warranted. Certainly it’s an awkward question to respond to when we’re out of work. We often feel vulnerable to people who are far more successful than we are, especially if they flau...

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Water in the Desert

Water in
the Desert

By: Maria Fee “And all mankind will see God’s salvation.” This is John the Baptist’s ministerial tagline taken from the prophet Isaiah. Make straight paths, fill in valleys, lower mountains, all of these feats now possible by human ingenuity. But these accomplishments begin with a voice in a desert proclaiming the impossible is now evident: God is near. C...

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Creating Power

Creating Power

Sex, money, and power—three great temptations.  Yet, of the three, power may be the least discussed and the most problematic.  Christians can choose to live lives of complete chastity or they may give away all their earthly possessions, but none of us can completely empty ourselves of power.  Therefore, we are forced to ask the question: is there any “good n...

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Third Edition of RedeemerWrites Literary Magazine

Third Edition of
RedeemerWrites
Literary Magazine

The CFW arts ministry has carved out a small space for those interested in the written word. In 2007 a handful of volunteers established the literary magazine, RedeemerWrites. The first published edition featured three writers who eventually created and facilitated the writers vocational group. These same writers, along with the help of others, went on to edit and publish the second e...

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Holy Worldliness

Holy Worldliness

Holy Worldliness Q & A

Holy Worldliness
Q & A

Richard Mouw Q & A after his Holy Worldliness talk. 

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