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by: Elaine Tomski   He dozed in a rock-hard feeding trough lined with hay stubble. The night was cool, the stable dark. The pungent odor of manure...

by: Elaine Tomski One child. What can one child do? As Emily waved goodbye to the needy children of Haiti, she knew she had to do...

By: Elaine Tomski “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” - Mark 16:15 Sharing the Gospel is the high calling of...

by: Elaine Tomski What does Ohio's Amish Country and Uganda, Africa, have in common? In one word, growth. The kind of growth only God can ignite...

By: Elaine Tomski   What are you willing to swap for? If you could trade just one week of your everyday life for one week discovering the...

By: Elaine Tomski   Sometimes we ask, “Why?” Why are families given children with special needs? It’s a good question. But on this side of Heaven, we...

By: Elaine Tomski   “There was never a time I didn’t know I was adopted.” Joy’s mom and dad never hid that fact from her.  She realizes...

by Elaine Tomski It isn’t very often you can say everyone wins.  In the game of Scrabble, only one person uses the letter tiles first.  Only...

By: Phil Barkman   What is it like to be out of money? Not the, “Hey, we’re getting low on the checking account and I don’t want...