Delivered from Evil: How England’s Darkest Hour Became its Finest, by David Hay

Delivered from Evil: How England’s Darkest Hour Became its Finest, by David Hay

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Monday January 8, 2018

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Had the events of May 1940, particularly those recounted in ‘Darkest Hour,’ turned out differently, the entire world might well have endured a darkness such as never seen before in the history of mankind. Perhaps the May 26th, 1940, National Day of Prayer deserves more than a few silent prayers of thanks and certainly, at very least, an honorable mention by Hollywood.

Hard Beginning, Happy Ending - Marabel Morgan

Hard Beginning, Happy Ending - Marabel Morgan

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Monday December 18, 2017

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Post tenebras lux is a Latin phrase that means, “After darkness, light.” That sounds nice and hopeful, unless the sun has long since set and you’ve been slogging through thick night for God knows how long, then it’s just an annoying platitude in a dead language. Still, after hearing Marabel Morgan’s story, you might just believe it’s true.

Undone Redone - Tray & Melody Lovvorn (Re-Air)

Undone Redone - Tray & Melody Lovvorn (Re-Air)

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Monday December 11, 2017

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After six years of being apart, their divorce just didn’t work out. It wasn’t buckling down and following Jesus’ 10 principles for a healthy marriage that fixed things. It was radical grace! Join Tray and Melody from UndoneRedone.com as they tell their story of sexual addiction, betrayal, and flying off the whirring performance treadmill only to crash right into God’s unconditional love.

Blessed Are the Misfits - Brant Hansen

Blessed Are the Misfits - Brant Hansen

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Monday November 27, 2017

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If you feel completely at home in modern church culture, don’t listen to this episode of SBE. You won’t understand. It’s a black sheep thing. For the rest of us, join Brant Hansen on our talk show discussing his new book, ‘Blessed Are the Misfits.’ Jesus always welcomes and blesses outsiders, even if his flock forgets how.

Broken Homes in the Bible, by Richard Pratt

Broken Homes in the Bible, by Richard Pratt

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Tuesday November 21, 2017

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Unless you live in complete isolation, you have seen a broken home. Maybe it’s the family of a friend or a relative; maybe it’s your own home. Families fall apart in ways that are short-lived and lifelong, hidden from view and out there for everyone to see. But no family is “fine,” “without problems,” or “great” until someone destroys it. Every home is broken from the day it begins.