Fishing: Observations of a Reel Man

Fishing is a wonderful way to build relationships, enjoy nature, and experience personal renewal. And during the trip, you might even catch a few fish!According to the book of Genesis, the Lord said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness,” and in the very next phrase, He added, “and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea” (Genesis 1:26). So I suppose it’s obvious that we were made to fish!Fishing is more than something to do on the weekend—fishing …

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When Times Are Tough: 5 Scriptures That Will Help You Get Through Almost Anything

Earth life has been characterized as a series of tests, trials, temptations, and tragedies, but through the gospel and the scriptures, our Heavenly Father has given us answers that will help us survive and find joy in the midst of our troubles. So writes bestselling author John Bytheway in When Times Are Tough. In this uplifting book for all ages, the author shows how power, hope, and perspective are found in the scriptures. In addition to identifying five scriptures that will help us get …

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Fire in the Bones: William Tyndale, Martyr, Father of the English Bible

Fire in the Bones: William Tyndale, Martyr, Father of the English Bible

The leading personalities of his century would draw upon all their resources to stop him, from the brilliant Sir Thomas Moore to King Henry VIII; from Charles V, ruler of half of Europe, to the Pope. Both church and state hunted him relentlessly at a time when the church held power over both soul and body and could condemn the heretic to execution by fire. His crime? Translating the words of the Bible into the “vulgar” English tongue. He was William Tyndale, and the …

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