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Friday Lights: Megan’s Story

Friday Lights: Megan’s Story

Each Friday we post content sent to us by our readers that is inspiring, funny, lighthearted or just generally fun. If you’d like more information on submitting content for this feature you can get more information here

Here’s something from our friend Josiah Haken of New York City Relief. So good.

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Love Never Stops

Greg reflects here that he can be a very cynical person if you ask him about the state of the world around us, but the love of God demonstrated in the Easter narrative gives him confidence and hope. We hope this blesses you as you move through holy week. You can find more videos like this…

Friday Lights: Sibling Rivalry

Each Friday we post content sent to us by our readers that is inspiring, funny, lighthearted or just generally fun. If you’d like more information on submitting content for this feature you can get more information here. Today’s post comes to us from Mike Taylor. Thanks Mike!

Signs of Hope

Greg taped this video for the Nomad podcast series called Signs of Hope. He discusses the hope he finds in the death of Christendom, and the rise in the beautiful new, peace-loving, non-violent, Jesus-centered, global movement.

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Poverty & Homelessness Part 1: Laura Solberg — How Broken Relationship Contributes to Poverty (podcast)

Dan chats with Laura Solberg about how developing relationship helps heal the sources of poverty. See the public event with Brian Fikkert HERE. Laura’s work can be found here: ThereIsJustUs.com Episode 499 http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0499.mp3

Sandy Hook: Evil Did Not Win

The story of one little girl who was killed at Sandy Hook and what became of the family in the aftermath. We live in a world where school shootings are almost becoming commonplace. It’s important to be reminded that even this depth of evil can be overcome with goodness and hope. In memory of all…

On Dying and Compassion

Last week many of us were talking about end of life issues after we viewed Brittany Maynard’s heartbreaking video sharing her decision to take her own life in the face of her terminal illness and the prospect of terrible suffering ahead. This inspired a response from another woman, a Christian who is also dying of cancer, imploring Brittany…