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September 19, 2004

Vantage point by Ken Horn: Making good entertainment choices

Conversation with Jerry B. Jenkings: A novel approach to evangelism
His books top the New York Times best-seller list. His message is an uncompromising presentation of the gospel through the voices and actions of compelling fictional characters. Jerry B. Jenkins (writing partner with Tim LaHaye of the Left Behind publishing phenomenon) spoke recently with Scott Harrup, associate editor, about life as a writer, a family man and — most importantly — a follower of Jesus Christ in an increasingly secular culture.

Moments with Ruby and Laurie
One faithful Sunday School teacher made all the difference for one hurting woman.
BY SCOTT HARRUP

The power of negative thinking
Learning how to say no may be the most positive thing you can do for yourself.
BY DON MEYER

The timeless message of Jesus Christ to His church
The first in an eight-part series about the seven churches of Revelation and how those messages apply to the church today.
BY JAMES K. BRIDGES

My turn by Gene Roncone: Faith of our Fathers

Touched by God: Healed of lupus


Also in this issue

The royal connection
On good days or bad, every believer is a holy priest unto the Lord. Practical tips for living out this royal mandate.
BY STEVE PHIFER


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