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  • 2018 September Everyday Faith Calendar

    2018 September Everyday Faith Calendar

    As the kids’ homework, sports practices, and school activities pick up, it’s important to keep family devotions a priority. Here’s the Everyday Faith Calendar to share precious time in the Word...

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  • Through the Waters

    Through the Waters

    This summer, my dad, sister, and lots of others from our church packed up our camping supplies and headed to West Virginia. We spent a week doing various outdoors, adventure-type activities. The...

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  • Books of the Bible Study Questions: Jonah

    Books of the Bible Study Questions: Jonah

    When we think of Jonah, we think of the big fish. Aaaand that’s it. But there’s more than just aquatic life to this minor prophet book. The Book of Jonah focuses on God’s mercy toward a foreign...

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  • A New Way to do Bible Study

    A New Way to do Bible Study

    Have you ever read a book or been in a Bible study and thought . . . I wish could hear a deeper explanation from the author. Or maybe you’re leading a small group and thinking . . . I wish...

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  • Q&A with author Jonathan Fisk

    Q&A with author Jonathan Fisk

    We sat down with Rev. Jonathan Fisk to chat about his latest book, Echo, and his inspiration behind writing the book. Check out our conversation below. What would you like to say to Christians...

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  • Ten Reasons You Need To Talk to Your Kids About Sex, Now

    Ten Reasons You Need To Talk to Your Kids About Sex, Now

    Relationships are the heart of God, Himself. Picture for a moment that your child is engaged in the battle of his life. He stands on the open field with arrows and swords seeking to take from him...

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  • Her Church Is the Mall

    Her Church Is the Mall

    She woke up this morning, excited, because she was going to church. She didn’t go to church all that often, just a couple times a month, but she loved going. In this day and age where you can...

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  • How Gratitude to God Helps with Weight Loss

    How Gratitude to God Helps with Weight Loss

    If you are a Christian who needs to lose weight, you face a dilemma. You are unhappy with your weight. Perhaps you’ve hit a rock bottom moment of recognizing that your health and quality of life...

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  • The Vocation of Childhood

    The Vocation of Childhood

    She found me in the kitchen, the nine-month-old strapped to my back and a washcloth in hand. Big, crocodile tears welled in her eyes as she said, “My life is not easy. Every time I do something,...

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  • Do you know His voice?

    Do you know His voice?

    “I am the good shepherd. I know my own, and my own know me” (John 10:14 ESV). In our small congregation, we are experiencing a baby boom. It is an exciting time, filled with anticipation, prayers...

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  • First Look at The Growing in Faith Bible

    First Look at The Growing in Faith Bible

    CPH has some wonderful Bibles, especially our premier line of Bibles: The Story Bible for ages 2 through kindergarten; Faith Alive for fifth through eighth grades; The Lutheran Study Bible for...

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  • Your Savior is Bigger Than Your Sin

    Your Savior is Bigger Than Your Sin

    It is dawn, and the Man everyone has been talking about has come again to teach at the temple. As the people around Him eagerly hang on to His words of truth, they see a disturbance in the crowd...

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  • An Advent Journey for the Whole Family of Faith

    An Advent Journey for the Whole Family of Faith

    This Advent, your church can help individuals and families tie everything together with the What Child Is This? Advent series. Featuring components for church, home, and school, this worship and...

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  • August 2018 Everyday Faith Calendar

    August 2018 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Summer is coming to an end. It is time to start shopping for school supplies for a new school year. In the midst of the excitement and busyness of preparing for this, be sure to slow down and...

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  • First Look at Sexuality Mentality: Creating a Culture of Biblical Integrity

    First Look at Sexuality Mentality: Creating a Culture of Biblical Integrity

    Christian culture has had trouble talking about sex. All too often, adults—parents, pastors, teachers, and youth group leaders—dispense relationship advice to teens that usually starts and ends...

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  • Start With The Ending

    Start With The Ending

    A confession: I read the ends of books first. Last page, last chapter, whatever it takes to give me a quick glimpse into how things end. I live for spoiler alerts and barrel right past them,...

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  • Books of the Bible Study Questions: John

    Books of the Bible Study Questions: John

    The apostle John wrote the book of the Bible by his same name to address the false teachings of a man named Cerinthus, who argued that Jesus was not the divine Son of God. John’s purpose for this...

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  • College 101: What They Never Told You in High School

    College 101: What They Never Told You in High School

    Going into my senior year of college, I feel like I know a lot of the ins and outs of higher education. And I am here to share that valuable information with all of you! I’m here to give you the...

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  • Headphones

    Headphones

    Ever since school got out at the end of May, I’ve been experiencing my very first teacher summer. I’ve been spending my time sleeping in, doing some traveling to see family and friends, napping,...

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  • Importance of Digging Deeper with Your Youth Group

    Importance of Digging Deeper with Your Youth Group

    As adults, it’s hard to look at high schoolers and think that they’re deep thinkers like us sophisticated, mature grownups. Surely those teenagers don’t think about anything besides Instagram or...

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