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Ministering in a Brothel

In his well-written book, The Character of a Man, Bruce Marchiano tells the story of a man who actually ministered to the women in a brothel. One of their own had been killed in a car accident, and they were … Continue reading

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“I’ve Grown to Really Love Them”

Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez have been married for nearly twenty years. Both are lifelong Christians. They are also both very gifted musicians. They have passed along not only their faith but also their music abilities to their kids. The Rodriguez’s … Continue reading

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Rescuing the Restaurant Server

Some time ago, an acquaintance of mine and his wife went to a restaurant. Their server that evening was a woman who was apparently not having a good day. She was far from being the fun, outgoing server common in … Continue reading

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The Old Woman at the Gas Station

Several years ago, some dear friends of mine, Michael and Linda, were out shopping when they realized that their automobile was in need of gasoline. As they drove toward the gas station, they found themselves behind a car driven by … Continue reading

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