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The Roads We Travel

July 1, 2013

From_the_Editors The Roads We Travel We are half way through the year on our Bible journey with Today in the Word. The half-way mark is a good place to look back at the road already taken and glimpse at what lies ahead. So far in 2013, we’ve walked through the story of Genesis together with the characters of this book, we’ve reviewed the...

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todayintheword.org July 1, 2013

The Everyday Walk

January 1, 2013

From_the_Editors The Everyday Walk I’ve always liked the hymn “In the Garden.” The author, C. Austin Miles, wrote this beautiful hymn in 1912 after an astonishing spiritual experience. According to his account, he had read his favorite Bible chapter—John 20—and it seemed to him he became part of the narrative. It was as if he saw a vision...

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todayintheword.org January 1, 2013

From the Editors

February 1, 2007

From_the_Editors Dear friend of Today in the Word! In 2007, to celebrate the 20th year of this devotional study, we’re planning to produce a commemorative book, “The Best of Today in the Word.” This book will include our favorite devotional studies over the years. But to do this, we need help from you, our faithful reader and supporter. Please...

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todayintheword.org February 1, 2007

From the Editors

June 1, 2007

From_the_Editors A note about this month’s study: We could spend months—even years—studying Isaiah, one of the most important books of Scripture. This month in Today in the Word we can’t possibly hope to explore all its richness and truth, but we are going to cover the whole book in a study of its important themes. We’d love for you to be...

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todayintheword.org June 1, 2007

Dear Readers,

July 1, 2011

From_the_Editors Dear Readers, Summertime . . . It’s that time of year when we all think about vacations, exotic places, travels, new friends. Our Today in the Word editorial team is making summer plans and dreaming summer dreams too. But here, in the Today in the Word office, we don’t have to wait for summer to have a sense of adventure,...

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todayintheword.org July 1, 2011

Encounters With Jesus

January 1, 2014

From_the_Editors Encounters With Jesus Each one of us may have a unique life story and distinctive circumstances that shape our path. But we all, as believers, follow the same Christ on our life journeys, and when we tell the story of God’s work in our lives—it resonates with other believers. It encourages and brings joy. It shows that we...

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todayintheword.org January 1, 2014

“I have called you by name; you are Mine!”

September 1, 2011

From_the_Editors “I have called you by name; you are Mine!” Pen names—these literary camouflages used by writers or artists—are so closely linked with their identity that the “real” name may come as a shock. Pen names become more real to us than the names given at birth. Eric Blair considered several pseudonyms: H. Lewis Allways, P. S. Burton,...

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todayintheword.org September 1, 2011

Rooted in the Word

October 1, 2008

From_the_Editors Rooted in the Word This month, as we continue our series “The Profiles of Today in the Word,” we’d like to introduce our Managing Editor, Heather Moffitt. Heather Moffitt has grown used to changes in scenery. In the ten years since she joined the staff of Today in the Word in Chicago as managing editor, Heather and her husband...

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todayintheword.org October 1, 2008

Encounters with Jesus: Do Not Be Afraid

March 1, 2014

From_the_Editors Encounters with Jesus: Do Not Be Afraid Dear readers, we started our “Encounters with Jesus” series to share the stories of Jesus’ presence in your lives. We are grateful for your letters, where you describe some of your most precious memories. Thank you for writing to us, and thank you for the encouragement of your stories!

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todayintheword.org March 1, 2014

From the Editors

June 1, 2015

From_the_Editors A few days ago, when I passed by the desk of our executive editor, Paul Currie, I saw two little books—one titled To Him, and the other For Him. Both books were poetry. I was interested. Paul told me he received these books as a gift from the author, Shirley Rugen, a reader and supporter of Today in the Word for the last...

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todayintheword.org June 1, 2015

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