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September 26, 2004

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: When nothing goes right

Compassion in the trenches
In the wake of a storm to rival Hurricane Andrew, Florida A/G laypeople and ministries respond immediately with compassion, care and truckloads of Hope.
BY KIRK NOONAN and JOHN W. KENNEDY

Ephesus: The church in danger of extinction
The second in an eight-part series about the seven churches of Revelation focuses on challenges faced by the church at Ephesus.
BY JAMES K. BRIDGES

The blood-washing machine
A young woman on dialysis realizes she needs cleansing from spiritual toxins.
BY SANDRA GORDON

 


Also in this issue
After the hurricane
A first-person look at the destruction in Punta Gorda, Fla., and the rapid-response ministry that followed.
BY HAL DONALDSON

Deep in the heart of Texans
Bob McNair brought pro football and the Super Bowl back to Houston, making him a hero in the Lone Star State. But he's an even bigger hero to those who have been touched by his generosity and his unwavering testimony of faith in Jesus Christ.
BY RICK WEBER

Teach me how to die
Death is no mystery to God. His Word gives us clear guidelines for how we
should live — and how we should die.
BY DON SPRADLING


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