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Your Letters Are a Blessing!

September 1, 2019

From_the_Editors Your Letters Are a Blessing! It is always wonderful to hear how God is using His Word to impact hearts and transform your lives. Your letters, emails, and phone calls to Today in the Word inspire us. Thank you for taking the time to share your stories. We hope you will also be encouraged by the way God is working in the...

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  • From the Editors September 1, 2019

Emma Dryer, a Woman You Should Know

May 1, 2017

From_the_Editors Emma Dryer, a Woman You Should Know I’d like to introduce you to Emma Dryer, a woman whose life of faith, perseverance, and commitment to Bible study still speaks to us today. Emeline Dryer was born in Massachusetts in 1835. She was brought up in the church with a solid knowledge of the Scriptures. An accomplished student,...

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  • From the Editors May 1, 2017

Media Medley

June 1, 2011

From_the_Editors Media Medley In March 2011, the Egyptian cobra went missing at the Bronx Zoo. Before the zoo staff found it almost a week later in good health, the cobra became famous on Twitter, gathering more than 220,000 followers. The famed escapee mastered the art of posting up–to–140–character messages (virtually) overnight. The cobra’s...

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  • From the Editors June 1, 2011

Where is “Today in the Word” now?

February 1, 2010

From_the_Editors Where is “Today in the Word” now? Dear friends, This month, we’re starting a new series: “Where is Today in the Word now?” Throughout the year, we’ll follow Today in the Word to different places in this country and overseas. We’ll tell you about people who read it and how they use this devotional in their Christian walk.

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  • From the Editors February 1, 2010

We Need to Talk!

July 1, 2012

From_the_Editors We Need to Talk! “Only connect.” This famous epigraph to Howards End, a novel by the English writer E. M. Forster, encapsulates very well the author’s humanistic impulse toward communication, understanding, and sympathy. This novel was published in 1910. It may seem that since then we have achieved absolute communication.

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  • From the Editors July 1, 2012

Knowing Christ

March 1, 2015

From_the_Editors Knowing Christ When we read the New Testament, many aspects in the lives of first-century Christians seem distant and unimaginable to 21st-century Americans. We simply can’t relate to constant persecutions, prosecutions, and executions they endured. It was the “normal” for the early church. Their normal is not our normal.

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  • From the Editors March 1, 2015

“A Lamp for My Feet, a Light on My Path”

February 1, 2011

From_the_Editors “A Lamp for My Feet, a Light on My Path” Take one part Today in the Word and add many readers and a dash of God’s love—and you have a recipe for the From the Editors column. That’s right: this month we are giving these pages to our readers. We’d like to present an overview of the letters you wrote in response to our series,...

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  • From the Editors February 1, 2011

Profiles of Today in the Word

February 1, 2009

From_the_Editors Profiles of Today in the Word Dear friends, For the next two months, in the "Profiles of Today in the Word" series, we'd like to introduce our Q&A writers—Donald Cole (will be featured in March), Winfred Neely, and Mike Kellogg. Every month, they bring their extensive experience of serving at Moody Bible Institute to the...

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  • From the Editors February 1, 2009

Learning TESOL as Ministry

October 1, 2018

From_the_Editors Learning TESOL as Ministry For nearly 20 years, Moody has been training students to do ministry with and through TESOL, “Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages.” How is this a ministry, you might ask? TESOL is a ministry of service. Refugees and immigrants to the U.S. need English to seek employment, send their...

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  • From the Editors October 1, 2018

Bestselling Author’s Journey with Today in the Word

October 1, 2016

From_the_Editors Bestselling Author’s Journey with Today in the Word Each of us has a unique testimony how we first learned of Christ's love for us and how we grew in our spiritual journey. Recently, I learned that bestselling author Debbie Macomber is a faithful reader of Today in the Word. Here, she shares her faith story of her “living...

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