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Something to Think About


Inspirational 60-second stories from Dr. Bob Long. These spots are designed to bring a word of encouragement to the community.

Something to Think About

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Daily Devotional

Questioning

Throughout the Gospels, Jesus has conversations with all kinds of people - the religious leaders, tax collectors and sinners, his closest friends, and those in the Roman government. If they had a question or need from Jesus, he was there to answer. Many times Jesus used questions to answer questions. The fact that Jesus answered questions with more questions can show us something more about our own connection and conversations with Jesus today. While everyone may not have fully understood the answers Jesus gave or the questions he presented, he always answered what was most important. I also think that the answer was not as important to Jesus, as was the conversation that happened in the process.

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Wednesdays with Wendy
Wednesdays with Wendy

Not Enemies, Friends

On this particular Wednesday, I am in the Holy Land. It has been a great trip with a group of wonderful people! Yesterday was a particular blessing for me. I had a chance to relive a special moment. Two years ago I was part of another trip to the Holy Land and we stopped to have lunch in Jericho, part of the Palestinian Authority. The restaurant was owned and run by a Muslim family and they were good friends of our guide who was Jewish. Not only was I moved by the hospitality that was shown to me and my family, I was moved by the friendship that existed between my guide and the family. I had a picture taken with the two men and I thought how funny for the three of us to be together - a Palestian Muslim, an Israeli Jew, and an American Christian.

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Casual Fridays

Bombing Anniversary

Yesterday was the 23rd anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. On April 19, 1995, Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols carried out a plan to bomb the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building killing 168 people and injuring hundreds of others. It is still the worst act of domestic terrorism our country has ever seen.

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St. Luke's Stories

Learn more about the work of St. Luke’s ministries, and stay up-to-date on events and happenings through St. Luke’s Stories.

St. Luke's Stories

John Wesley Covenant Prayer

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Strengthening Faith at Home

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St. Luke's Stories

My First Mission Trip

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