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Needed: A National Sense of Right or Wrong

Needed: A National Sense of Right or Wrong

“Anything goes.” Those two words describe too much of what is happening in our struggling society. We seem to have lost our sense of right and wrong. Witness our skyrocketing…

Reflections

Reflections

By Roger Campbell Ministries Enjoy October The enduring classic daily devotional guide, “Streams in the Desert,” calls for giving thanks for the planned kaleidoscope we call the year, that the…

The Contradiction of Lukewarm Love

The Contradiction of Lukewarm Love

Upon arriving at a New York church where I was to be the speaker for a weeklong conference, I was both impressed and concerned. The church buildings were impressive: a…

What would we do without prayer?

By Roger Campbell Ministries Several years ago when both my wife and our daughter-in-law faced surgeries involving biopsies for cancer, we asked friends everywhere to pray for them.  Letters, e-mails…

God Often Works In The Dark

God Often Works In The Dark

The Bible begins with God at work in the dark: “And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep” (Genesis 1:2). Out…

The source of joy in tough times

The source of joy in tough times

By Roger Campbell Ministries On May 6, 1934, a young minister in Charlotte, North Carolina, named Vance Havner, devoted his weekly column in the Charlotte Observer to a problem that…

An Ancient Prescription for Good Health

An Ancient Prescription for Good Health

In his book, “There’s a Lot More to Health than not being Sick,” Bruce Larsen tells about a friend who he says is one of the happiest people he knows. …

My Three Forbidden Words

When Bill Hawks was sixty four years old, he accepted a call to be a missionary to Kenya, East Africa, even though accepting that call hadn’t been part of his…

When Grace Meets Guilt

Following his adulterous affair with Bathsheba, King David felt miserable. Guilt, one of the most unpleasant human emotions, drained his life of the joy that had made him a composer…

The Book That Makes Us Free

The Book That Makes Us Free

“The truth shall make you free,” is a universally accepted, well known quote, appearing on cornerstones of colleges and in other public places, but many do not know it is…

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