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Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth

February 1, 2018

From_the_Editors Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth Study of the Scripture is not new for me. When I was a little girl, I was blessed to have Sunday school teachers who faithfully told Bible stories with flannelgraph. I had AWANA leaders who encouraged me to memorize key Bible passages. In college, I became a student at Moody Bible Institute,...

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  • From the Editors February 1, 2018

Take Moody with You

July 1, 2016

From_the_Editors Take Moody with You Have you ever been lost while on vacation? During the summer, many of us hit the road. It is always nice to get away and explore a new location. But whenever you go somewhere new, you do run the risk of getting lost. In what my kids call the “old days,” we would unfold a large paper map to find our way.

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  • From the Editors July 1, 2016

“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

The Joy of God’s Word

October 1, 2010

From_the_Editors The Joy of God’s Word Before I joined Moody Bible Institute and Today in the Word, I worked as a copywriter at an advertising agency. Most of our clients were in the hospitality industry—large hotel chains, resorts, cruise lines, and restaurants. My job was to make luxury feel like something you couldn’t live without. We...

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  • From the Editors October 1, 2010

Old Story, New Life

December 1, 2011

From_the_Editors Old Story, New Life From Moses to Mowgli, the story of a boy who survived against all odds has captivated imaginations for centuries. This theme has been used many times in literature, film, and theater, and it might seem that the birth of a Jewish boy 2,000 years ago in the humble Bethlehem manger would be just one more...

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  • From the Editors December 1, 2011

The Prayers of the Righteous

September 1, 2015

From_the_Editors The Prayers of the Righteous When you open any issue of Today in the Word, you’ll see a column “Pray with Us” in the bottom right-hand corner of every devotional page. It’s the smallest column of Today in the Word—only three to four lines in the Word document—but it has played a crucial role in the life of our devotional.

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  • From the Editors September 1, 2015

“Today in the Word” Mailbox

August 1, 2010

From_the_Editors “Today in the Word” Mailbox Dear readers, Today in the Word was created as a way to thank our supporters and to establish a community of believers who read God’s Word together with the help of our daily devotional. Now, 23 years later, this connection of a “two-way street” between Today in the Word and our readers is more...

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  • From the Editors August 1, 2010

“Today in the Word”: the Memory Lane

March 1, 2011

From_the_Editors “Today in the Word”: the Memory Lane Mike Kellogg’s voice is a familiar presence on Moody Radio. His radio program, Music Thru the Night, has given encouragement and consolation to thousands of listeners over the years. He is also the “on–air” voice of Today in the Word with the program Today in the Word Devotional. This...

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  • From the Editors March 1, 2011

Jesus Is Everywhere

August 1, 2013

From_the_Editors Jesus Is Everywhere My coworker Julia often tells me stories about her family. The latest story was about her 2-year-old nephew who tells his mother that he sees Jesus. And Jesus speaks to him too. So far, according to the toddler, Jesus told him two words: “Taco Bell.” With a certainty and sincerity of all 2-year-olds,...

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  • From the Editors August 1, 2013

Change in Ukraine: Its Problems, Potential, and Power

May 1, 2014

From_the_Editors Change in Ukraine: Its Problems, Potential, and Power As I write this column (early March), military units and armored vehicles of a foreign aggressor roam the Crimean Peninsula in Ukraine. Russian troops, and troops pretending not to be Russian, seized control of Crimea. The two countries that share history, culture, and...

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