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The Stolen Bible

Enjoy this heartwarming story of the power of God's Word to change a life: In the days of Napoleon, a sheriff from the Silesian mountains named Grimez arrested a notorious gang of robbers and put them into prison. Only their leader escaped. One evening, when Grimez didn’t return home at his usual time, his anxious […]

Weathering the Climate of Fear

No one questions the fact that we live in unprecedented times. Catastrophe after catastrophe seem to follow each other in quick succession: fires, earthquakes in unusual locations, abnormally warm or cold temperatures, storms that leave death and destruction in their wake, and much more. The list could go on. But we have quickly brushed past […]

Making Bible Study Relevant

When I first met Jesus as a teenager, my Christian experience was thrilling! I loved reading my Bible. But unfortunately, in time I began listening more to others’ opinions on the Bible instead of deepening my faith through personal Bible study. Listening to human opinions only led me to confusion. Finally, I reached the point […]

Introducing Our New Special Edition!

After nearly a year of planning, researching, and writing, the LG team is excited to announce the upcoming release of our special edition, “Can We Trust the Bible?” We believe that God led the way in allowing this magazine to be released right now during the COVID-19 pandemic. This highly thought-provoking magazine seeks to answer […]

Loving the Magazine

We love hearing from our Last Generation subscribers and learning how the magazine is impacting their lives! Eric, a prisoner, sent a very encouraging letter to us that we want to share with you! He wrote: “I pray all is well with your ministry and that your family is safe and healthy! I have greatly […]

Creative Ways to Witness During a Pandemic

For the time being, the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered the way we live. Perhaps you have found yourself having to work from home or experiencing a crash course in homeschooling your children. You’re not able to attend church weekly and have instead had to resort to digital meetings for spiritual encouragement from like-minded believers. […]

Using Challenging Times to Get the Message Out

With the world abuzz with updates on the coronavirus, very little speaks of hope. News on the escalating number of cases, school closures, working from home, and self-quarantine are becoming the norm. It’s easy to become self-focused—stockpiling food, water, and other basic necessities of life—and forget about reaching out to others and sharing hope and […]

Staying Sane While Social Distancing

The world is feeling rather chaotic right now, and you may be finding it challenging to keep yourself sane amid the constant stream of news about the coronavirus. Perhaps you’re cooped up at home with your family, trying to practice social distancing. These kinds of situations can take a toll on our mental health and […]

Stress: The Ultimate Solution

How would you like a vacation on a palm-fringed tropical island right now? Would it remove your stress? Temporarily, no doubt, but the stress would be back. More practical for most of us would be an evening spent in a relaxed setting, doing something we enjoy. But for how long would that relieve our stress? […]

March/April Issue: Resilience

At the mention of the word “stress,” we nod in unison because we all have been there at one time or another.  We are daily confronted with stressors in our crazy work schedules, strained relationships, ill health, a struggling loved one, a turbulent spiritual life, or even demands in ministry. Abuse experienced in childhood can […]

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