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February 26, 2006

Editor's journey: When your child is unsaved

Conversation: Karen Kingsbury
The best-selling novelist talks about family, faith and ways to keep both strong.

Too young to die
A life cut short raises many difficult questions. The search for answers involves some basic spiritual strategies.
BY DON MEYER
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Relationships: Is the traditional American family an endangered species?
In today’s culture, the word family is used to describe any number of living arrangements. But the traditional family ideal is still valued by many Americans and needs to be modeled by Christians.
BY CHRISTINA QUICK

Stir up the fire
Two keys to personal revival can make the difference between a vibrant walk of faith and just getting by.
BY ANNE GRAHAM LOTZ

A heart for ministry
Throughout the history of the Assemblies of God, Women’s Ministries groups have connected individual lives and entire communities with the hope of the gospel.
BY ELIZABETH HIGHTOWER


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