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  1. Rejoicing in God's Faithfulness in 2019

    Rejoicing in God's Faithfulness in 2019

    As the year comes to a close, it is fitting to praise God for His help and grace, to give thanks for His provision, and to look to Him to guide 2020. We marvel as we look back on 2019 to see all that God accomplished!  ... More

  2. Christmas joy from one generation to the next

    Christmas joy from one generation to the next

    We rejoice today because Jesus visited us!
    Heaven’s door has been opened.
    A child has been born.
    A son has been given.
    The eternal King of Israel is here!... More

  3. God’s Provision Toward Meeting a Great Global Need

    God’s Provision Toward Meeting a Great Global Need

    We praise God for the significant ways He expanded our efforts toward meeting the global need over the past year, through bringing to Truth78 an international director of resource development, through a special training opportunity in Mexico, through the labors of strategic translation partners, and through a new outlet for translated resources. Looking toward 2020, we’re excited about the opportunities God is graciously giving us.... More

  4. Christmas: God Always Keeps His Promises + A Free Family Devotional

    Christmas: God Always Keeps His Promises + A Free Family Devotional

    Christmas is almost here, and many of us have been focusing on the birth of Jesus in our classrooms and homes. As we do this, let’s use this opportunity to also focus on how all the events and details surrounding His birth point to the faithfulness and truthfulness of God. ... More

  5. Books for family discipleship based on Truth78 curriculum

    Books for family discipleship based on Truth78 curriculum

    Genevieve de Deugd, mother of eight, was looking for a way to teach her children about the names of God when she found God’s Names. What struck her as she read it aloud to her children, ages 0-10, was how providential their reading was for their circumstances. “We seem to always be reading the exact chapter we need for whatever issue we are facing at the time,” she said. “This has happened over and over and over again!”  ... More

  6. Memorize the Word in Calm, to Prepare for Life's Storms

    Memorize the Word in Calm, to Prepare for Life's Storms

    In the midst of running errands, I received a text from my mom. My cousin had a serious infection. He was fading fast. When we arrived at the hospital, he was confused and anxious. As I held his hand and wondered if this was goodbye, I spoke the first verse that came to mind.... More

  7. Children, Christmas, and True Contentment

    Children, Christmas, and True Contentment

    In a child’s mind, the thought of Christmas often conjures up the anticipation of gifts—lots and lots of gifts. “Can I get ____ for Christmas? Which presents are mine under the tree? When can I open them?” While there should be a sense of excitement, and there’s nothing wrong with wanting to give gifts to our children, it can serve as a great challenge to the heart. ... More

  8. Zealous for the Discipleship of the Next Generations

    Zealous for the Discipleship of the Next Generations

    Few things encourage us more than teachers, parents, and pastors who are zealous for sharing the truth of God’s Word in homes and Sunday schools across the country, and in a growing number of countries around the world. Even though we have never met most of these faithful servants in person, we enjoy a precious kinship with them as true partners because Truth78 is zealous for the discipleship of the next generations. ... More

  9. Thanksgiving to God who daily bears us up

    Thanksgiving to God who daily bears us up

    More than 370 days have passed since Thanksgiving last year and, according to David in Psalm 68:19, the Lord has borne us up every one of those days. And so we say, “Blessed be the Lord, who daily bears us up”! ... More

  10. Ten Minutes of Theology at Bedtime

    Ten Minutes of Theology at Bedtime

    Do you ever find yourself wondering how best to fit family devotions into a full schedule of school, sports, music, and church commitments? Bruce Ware offers a practical suggestion. He says it’s helpful to think through ways that we can recall the past words of God, the past works of God, and the everlasting character of God together as a family throughout everyday life.

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