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November 14, 2004

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: What would Time or Newsweek report?

A slow journey on a chosen road
Steve Kramer has been overcoming difficulties since the day he was born 11 weeks premature. The new missionary, who has cerebral palsy, and his family have learned that God is often strongest when His people are at their weakest.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

God’s vessel
Rich Skerbitz was born with physical challenges that might have overwhelmed him. Despite his disability — or perhaps because of it — he has found the strength to survive and thrive as a husband and a minister.
BY WES BARTEL AND SCOTT HARRUP

Sardis: The church in the deception of a false reputation
The sixth installment of our series on the seven churches of Revelation explores the church at Sardis, a spiritually dead congregation despite an outward appearance of life.
BY JAMES K. BRIDGES

Rewind: An effectual door opens in Guatemala


Also in this issue

The little girl who was different
One girl’s simple kindness touched one man for eternity.
BY LARRY HATFIELD

Sermons my children have preached to me
There’s a lot to learn from the innocent wisdom of children.
BY DON MEYER


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